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T-Fish T-Fish
4/17/2019 4:38 PM

Who has them, and what are they? Toss up some photos and specs!

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newmann newmann
4/17/2019 5:25 PM

Anyone want a 70 Boss 302? Good friend of mine passed away while his car was here getting a few dings repaired. Not a show car, but wouldn’t be afraid to drive this one. Pretty nice. No idea what these things are worth, needs an appraisal.

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BMSOBx2 BMSOBx2
4/17/2019 5:43 PM

Nice unmodified driver's worth 30-40k easy. Emphasis on unmodified.

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eric513anderson eric513anderson
4/17/2019 6:43 PM

My dad is working on a 1972 Pro Street Nova. I’ll have to get a updated picture this weekend

2011 Yamaha YZ 250 -MX
1996 Yamaha Banshee 350 -Trails
1982 Chevy S10
2005 Pontiac GTO -451rwhp

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Dimblewambie Dimblewambie
4/18/2019 7:50 AM

We’ve got a 64 Mercury comet caliente we restored about 15yrs ago, just a little 289 hipo with a 3 speed auto. Great weekend car that just loves to cruise. Also pictured with it is a 63 fairlane sports coupe that is getting an original 427 top Oiler stuffed in it for a bit of a thunderbolt tribute to the original concept. That’s been a slow project that needs some revitalization.

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alphado alphado
4/18/2019 10:13 AM

1943 Willys MB.

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Falcon Falcon
4/18/2019 10:24 AM

My buddy runs an auto electrical business, building and installing all-new harnesses into anything that needs it. He has clients in the movie industry, rich people, regular Joes that need some help, you name it. I've seen dome pretty killer cars come through his garage: Old Cadillacs and Mercurys, Camaros and Mustangs, a few '70s Gulf Cup Porsches, a real Myers Manx, even a Ferrari Dino or two. I'm not even a classic car guy but I always find stuff to drool over...

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Braaapin' aint easy.

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MudPup545 MudPup545
4/18/2019 10:25 AM
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Not mine but, my dad's. 1963 1/2 Ford Galaxie 500
350 4 speed.
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Jimmy638 Jimmy638
4/18/2019 10:56 AM

That Galaxie 500 is a beute!, My Mom had one when I was 7, she hit a tree with it....Poor tree.

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Honda Man 66 Honda Man 66
4/18/2019 11:42 AM

I restored this ‘58 Corrvette when I was 25. Did it on a shoestring budget. This was in ‘91. I bought this car from a guy that had lost interest in the project. It had been a drag car. It had a muncie 4 speed and 4.88 gears. I had total of about $11,500 in it. I wish I had kept it, but I do know where it is now. It is a project car again. The current owner bought lots of new parts for it, took a lot of it apart and never put it back together. He has a new gas tank for it, cam, aluminum heads, new carb and intakePhoto

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rosebud441 rosebud441
4/18/2019 12:09 PM

i've had plenty of cool cars, and this is the only one considered classic muscle. obviously should have kept ;(..

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Dimblewambie Dimblewambie
4/18/2019 12:13 PM
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Not mine but, my ...more

SOOO much want. I’ve been looking for a 63 galaxie ever since we picked up the fairlane. The 427 we have came from an R code. Beautiful ride.

Mantis Toboggan, M.D

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motogrady motogrady
4/18/2019 6:10 PM

Had this since 96. Pretty much all OEM. 95 Pontiac Firebird. Nothing radical, 3.0, around 95k on the clock.
Mostly garaged lately, but it's still a driver.

Morgantown to Baltimore, or DC, in under 3 hrs, no sweat.

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Cool Rides Cool Rides
4/18/2019 8:43 PM

70 Camaro with a 5.3L LS swap PhotoPhoto
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MudPup545 MudPup545
4/19/2019 5:13 AM
Dimblewambie wrote:

SOOO much want. I’ve been ...more

Thank you. That car is his baby. Bought it for himself as a pre-retirement gift. He goes to quite a few cruise nights and shows with it. That exact same model was his first new car purchase when he was 16 and he had to search far and wide to find one.

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seth505 seth505
4/19/2019 8:12 AM

I want a 69 or 70 Challenger so frickin bad.

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AJ565 AJ565
4/19/2019 9:34 AM

I'm building a '69 Camaro with a C5/6 chassis swap using a supercharged LSA and TR6060 transaxle and a lot of carbon fiber. A C6 dash swap with more carbon. I have a build thread on another forum, but you have to be logged in to view the pictures. I post them on my instagram though and they are set to public. A lot of metal work going on in the trunk right now, hoping to have the floor finished up tomorrow.

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Honda Man 66 Honda Man 66
4/19/2019 2:17 PM

Here’s some others I had back in the day. The black and white pic is a ‘73 Camaro. This was my first car. I was doing a donut in a wet parking lot when my buddy took this pic. The green Camaro is a ‘71. This was one of the funnest cars I ever had. It was fast and would smoke the tires at will. The orange ‘vette was a ‘76 L82 4 speed. I sold this one to finance the ‘58 vette project. The beige ‘vette was an ‘80. It was slow but had all the creature comforts. This was the first car I owned with air conditioning. I wish I still had the ‘58 ‘vette or the ‘71 Camaro. Photo
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plowboy plowboy
4/19/2019 6:29 PM

Man I suck. I never took any pictures of my cars. My mom may have...I need to ask. My first car (bought in 1974) was a 1941 Chevy 2 door coupe. Stuck a 350 from a police auction in it. Big fat Mickey Thompson's on US mags and Mach1 bucket seats. It was way cool for a 15 year old. Later I had a 1968 Mercury Park Lane...428 Cobrajet. The only thing it couldn't pass was a gas station. The last semi hot rod was a 1974 Maverick Grabber. 302...cam and headers with 3" exhaust. I took that car to England for 4 years...rattled every window from London to Sunderland. It was a great 120mph cruiser but I got passed by a lot of REALLY fast cars on the motorways. Nothing cool nowadays but if I come across a sweet Fairlane/Galaxie/Torino in my price range...I'm on it.

If it ain't yer's don't take it, If it ain't the truth dont say it, If it ain't right don't do it...Marcus Aurelius

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race race
4/20/2019 1:43 PM

Anyone into the older BMW coupes?

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Not my cars, still have to dig out pics. Kept a semi-stock look but did them both with Bilstein susp, BBS wheels, Recaros, tuned exhaust, etc.

The 2002 was like a go-kart. You could just throw it into turns. The 3.0 is a much larger, heavier car but such an elegant and distinctive look. The lack of a side pillar gives great wrap around visibility.

1972 was the best year for both cars.


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UGOTBIT UGOTBIT
4/21/2019 5:10 AM
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Happy Easter!

Full weight street car, has been 10.75@125 on a 17” tire, with a smaller blower on pump 93.

Setup on E85 now and a different blower. Figure it makes just over 700wheel, street tuned it and have not been back to dyno or strip yet.
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Tarz483 Tarz483
4/21/2019 9:03 AM

I Dont have but i want an older full size truck Lowered. Photo

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Tarz483 Tarz483
4/21/2019 9:07 AM

In my opinion any Brand and any year , 2wd regular cab full sized truck looks great lowered, better if you can afford nice rims but even with stock they still look better that way to me. Photo

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T-Fish T-Fish
4/22/2019 10:31 AM
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I want a 69 or 70 ...more

1970 was the first year for the Challenger.

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T-Fish T-Fish
4/22/2019 10:36 AM

This is my 1971 Plymouth Scamp. Photo
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T-Fish T-Fish
4/22/2019 10:38 AM

This is my 1971 Plymouth Duster.

*The last photo in this group was one I took to make a troll post on a Mopar page.

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T-Fish T-Fish
4/22/2019 10:43 AM

This is my 1978 Dodge D100.

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T-Fish T-Fish
4/22/2019 10:45 AM

All three tucked away prior to last winter. Photo

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newmann newmann
4/22/2019 11:28 AM
T-Fish wrote:

All three tucked away ...more

Mopar or NoCar...smile

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T-Fish T-Fish
4/22/2019 11:29 AM
T-Fish wrote:

All three tucked away ...more

newmann wrote:

Mopar or NoCar...smile

Yep! All I own is Mopar!

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