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It’s all good stuff. I’ve got one of their extreme service rear U notch sights on my match blaster.
84,000. That’s 17.5 surgeries a day, five days a week, year in, year out for twenty years, assuming doc has four weeks vacation a year.
It’s been documented that people who quote their own posts have mental illness.
I’ve got the phone number of a good doc who helped me. PM for...
This is a gasser.
I don’t what the heck that thing is WM posted.
Now this is a shopping list right here.
I will not buy a hot rod with less than three pedals.
This just popped up on CL ten minutes from me. I hate it when people screw with “classics” (i.e. hood scoop), but it looks somewhat interesting...
Before I bought the Terminator a few years ago I was shopping hard for a 65-66 fastback.
One of the struggles I had in my mind is if it was...
Gasp. It’s a Chevrolet.
I edited my post so as not to be the usual great big meanie. I appreciate the artist, if not the art.
Didn’t mean to slam the one you posted. I wasn’t even thinking about that. I had just done a search and 98% of them are lowered.
But then there’s...
I’ve no clue.
I was just ogling ’56 Ford F100’s. Maybe if I live long enough and this fad passes on lowering these things like go-karts. Sheesh....
When I was a freshman in school in the NC mountains my roommate had one.
I’m guessing dad’s TravelAll had a six in it, and I can’t imagine how hard it would be to get parts for it.
We used to sit in dad’s TravelAll and watch thunderstorms roll in because he said that was the safest place to watch an electrical storm. The real...
The only thing that could be better, would be a 1956 IH TravelAll, because my dad worked for them and drove one, but it would be unobtanium.
My birth year. That could be pretty awesome.
Hemmings has 19 listed. $75 -$250K
Otherwise, I’d be all about that.
FF has a gen III Daytona Coupe that I am seriously interested in, but done right they are $65K plus, and I honestly don’t want to build one. They...
I forgot to add the caveat. “Fit in my garage”, although a 2017 F150 SCrew fits now, and will sit in the drive later.
It’s true that I did not include performance requirements.
I grew up riding around in 60’s muscle cars, but never owned one.
I’ve owned a pristine Foxbody, and a Terminator. Enjoyed, but sold, both.