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Got my hands full now

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by JDBlazer454, Mar 20, 2005.

  1. JDBlazer454

    JDBlazer454 1/2 ton status

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    My big truck days are truely behind me now. We just acquired another mucle car...a 63 Chevy II Nova for $1200. A basket case in need of a v8, front windshield, and some putting together. It currently has a straight 6 and powerglide which we are pulling out and giving back to the seller, 8.2" 10 bolt open with 3.23 gears, pretty good original interior, super clean undercarriage, body is 99% rust free it has 2 spots on the passenger side that I am going to tackle pronto. Jeff and me worked the deal his 70 Camaro will get finished first then we will start working on the new baby.


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    We still have our 75 pumpkin but now its been marked down to yard debris/parts hauler status permanently. So if we don't post up as much don't be offended its not that we don't like you anymore just our priorities are shifting.
     
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    LOVE those old cars.................super light weight for power to weight ratio. Good luck with it! :D
     
  3. JDBlazer454

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    Thats what I was thinking, super light only 2750 where the Camaro weighs 3600 so when the Camaro gets its 396 the 350 can be put into the Nova and it will be lots of fun :grin: Just something that I can cruise around in and not have to hear Jeff complain about me driving his Camaro to get my v8 fix.
     
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    If you find any more deals like that, let me know... That is exactly what I was searching for when I found my '72 Buick Sklark. Have a buyer for it now, just waiting on a deposit and delivery.
     
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    I found it on craigslist, there are several others on there also and I have the number for a 66 Chevelle 2 dr post that was listed in the Oregonian if you want it.
     
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    I hate you, you have my dog and my car now....:grin:
     
  8. JDBlazer454

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    You could have the dog if it were my decision:D DeAnna would kill me:crazy:
     
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    Jd, whats a "craigslist"? I wanna little hotrod too. Thanks, Tom.
     
  10. JDBlazer454

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    www.craigslist.com is a great place to buy and sell about anything. The ads are free to place. Just click on the area that you are in on the right side of the page and type in what you are looking for in the search area and have fun!
     
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    thanks, that's a good place to know about:D
     

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