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Old 01-03-2009, 07:15 AM
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My old toy hauler on airbag suspension... made it easier to load the chopper.



And my '67 Riviera on airbag suspension...




Unfortunately I sold everything including my two choppers when I got ready to move. Now I'm getting ready to start another bike build and if the economy pics back up, I'd like to find a '68/'69 GTO.
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Old 01-04-2009, 09:16 PM
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During 91 to 94, i had this Datsun 1200 with a 302 Windsor in it and a 250Hp nitrous kit on it.

Ran 10:61 @ 130 mph and was my street car during that time.



I also drove this 1934 ford coupe for a fellow running a best of 7:61 @ 174 mph. You'll note its about to get lift off with the left rear tyre as well.



I also drove this 37 Fiat for the same guy, running a 7:43 @ 180 mph.

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Old 01-05-2009, 07:59 AM
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I'm a chevy guy all the way... Had a '00 Z28 with a 383 stroker i built and dropped in it but about 1 1/2 yrs ago but unfortunate weather took it's life from me about 6 months ago... I was literelly one of the saddest most depressing times in my life... Fortunatly my wife is awesome and lets me splurge a little so I'm waiting around for the 2010 models to come out... However, she really wants me to build an early 70's chevelle for my street car but paint it purple with white interior for her because it's pretty. We saw one like it a while back and she hasnt stopped talking about it since.
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Old 01-05-2009, 09:03 AM
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I love that riv man, real good looking. My first car was a 89 CJ7 lifted, blew the motor on it racing it. Had a 97 F150 Ext, cab, sold to pay for a medical bill and now I have my F150 Supercrew 4x4, its an 01 and now my 83 Kawasaki 750, and my 86 HD 1100
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Old 01-05-2009, 10:07 AM
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Everytime I see a 79 z28 I kick myself in the ass. Some of you may remember before I went to Texas, I had one I was restoring. was about half done,,,all done by me,,,,and I GAVE it away when I moved.

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Old 01-21-2009, 08:58 PM
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old rides..

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Old 01-21-2009, 10:52 PM
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Nothing like a slamned dually!

I am a car guy.

Last yr. I sold my 66 chevy II pro street car & my 62 ford unibody short bed to fund my current auto project:

My 46 ford coupe. I'm in the process of replacing front & rear suspensions ...4 link with FAB9 hung with coil overs & tube A-arms w/ coil overs front, R & P steering, SBC w/ intercooled turbo, 5 speed. Interior plan is ALL aluminum "bomber seat" style with lots of rivits.

Car came out of Ks. & looks like the paints baked off & it's finished.



It's all stripped down now & own the building side of it.

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Old 01-22-2009, 06:43 AM
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i drive a low rider chevy astro van with boyd bits on it

slammed to the floor lol
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Old 01-22-2009, 06:55 AM
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i dont know if i'm a "car person" per se, but i am working on a fun restoration project: the first car i bought myself: a 76 ford maverick 2 door. new body work, tryin to find a 289 or 302 to put in it and get rid of the 250 straight 6, shackled rear, etc. itll be fun!

i REALLY want a mid 40s ford truck though. something i can stick the scoot in.

Evan drives a neat old car: (he's even let me drive it! now thats love!)

its a 49 chevy:

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Old 01-22-2009, 09:02 AM
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dam ct that is one nice ghia ive been looking for one in the chicago area and these people who own them must be on crazy pills some are in bad condition and want 4 gs
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Trish - I have a 5.0 short block 348 stroker left over from Mustang days I would like to get off my workbench - 5.0 2 bolt seasoned/line bored/decked -Crower Billet rods and SE billet pistons -flat top/Scat crank - assembled.
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Old 01-22-2009, 10:03 AM
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chopperfugger - I suggest you list that 4 sale on www.racingjunk.com

I'm sure one of the 5-0 guys would snap that up.

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Old 01-22-2009, 10:34 AM
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thanks - yeah I know - I have 34 emails already at work this morning -all demanding my attention. I would have to stop getting on CC to get some stuff done. - Did I mention refi on the house - months worth of expense reports - just trying to get laid?
I am trying right now to get into a 34 ford 3 window coupe - salt style.
I have a bryant billet crank to fit a NAscar 351 that I wanna build up for that.
Now that world products has their line of variable deck height 302 blocks out I can get a 4 bolt for that to make a 331? basicly a destroked 351 with 302 journals so it can spin - the goal will be 7500 RPM. anyway that's the dream and that stroker is sitting. I have a bunch of race parts for Ford also like dist/crank snubber-harmoninc balancer/tunnel ram Weiand with injection ports and a top piece for turbo/and some fuel regulation crap.
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Old 01-22-2009, 10:35 AM
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its a 49 chevy:

i like the chevy i have a 54 ford i am working on and a 98 camaro ss thats all redone with elanor paint scheme and a 98 jeep wrangler and then the family car a 07 jeep commander
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Old 01-22-2009, 03:22 PM
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here is the 59 pu i built for my Dad and my future shop truck a 55 that i sub framed with a z 28 sub.the 59 is mostly stock just chromed up and detailed out. (kiln dryed oak bed cloth seat ) every thing ealse restored. also have a 51 chevy coupe that i have restored. had a 64 chevelle in super chevy mag a few years ago.started out a 230 ci inline 6 bench seat,granny green. went to a big block,400 turbo,stall,SS interior, hugger orange,cut the bubbles off a 67 SS and welded them into the 64 hood. sold it when my kid was racing Motocross..
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