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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by hi pinion, Jan 29, 2005.

  1. hi pinion

    hi pinion 3/4 ton status

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    http://community.webshots.com/user/jacob44101 Youve all seen my crap already, i know beater,,its not a musclecar.....:D but, let see your pre-smog, non bogged down mean machines dudes. Mine is a computer controlled 1966 stang 351 efi tbi,,bla bla bla. Lets see what youve got!!! Later , Jacob :grin:
     
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    BTW theres a 5 mo old rolling rock in the half way working fridge,,, top is popped,,, should i drink the ****er anyway??? :grin:
     
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    I think next one after i restore this is a 66 olds 442.....
     
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    Would this be consittered as a classic ??
     
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    Just drink the sucker and see what happens!
     
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    What it looks like now

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    What it will look like when finished

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    Found in the woods of Alabama
     
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    Sure...whatever is your "street cruiser" or whatever... that works!!! :)
     
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    Im cool with the barley, just not the yeast infection!!!! :grin:
     
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    WOOO HOOO!!! Thats Hot!!! Its going to be!!! :)
     
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    Did you do the paint on that? I like the black. Does it scoot?:D
     
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    I didn't paint it. It was repainted about 10 years ago, the orginal is black. And yes it scoot's :D
     
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    I bought my car , from one of the main engineers for HP computers, it has a motherboard...rear fuel cut out switch,(if i get hit in the rear,and crunch, it shuts off the fuel...so i dont burn) its got wires going everywhere ,the guy was a genious....:grin:
     
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    Is that the Mustang wih the electronic gear? What other goodies are in it? Is that a Holley pro-jection or just a TBI?
     
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    Dude, the guy has so much more stuff NOT on the list when he sold it,,here is the list of everything it has,it had lots of extra stuff that wasnt even on the list he diddnt mention, like the kill switch. here is the for sale list when he sold it....

    - White with black interior
    - Body & chassis straight, no rust
    - Original front disc brake car
    - 351w torque monster with mild cam
    - Air injection fittings removed from inside exhaust ports for better flow
    - Shorty headers, 2.5" alumunized dual exhaust with cross over, flow masters. Sounds good...
    - 4BBL TBI EFI or can be easily be converted to 4BBL carb (price $6500 for carb option)
    - 4 spd toploader (wide ratio), just rebuilt
    - Short throw Hurst compeition plus shifter
    - Ford 9" with track loc and 3.00 gears
    - New rear leaf springs & lowered 2"
    - 500 lb front springs, lowered 2" including Shelby upper control arm drop mod
    - Anti-roll bars front & rear
    - KYB shocks
    - Monte carlo bar
    - 16" rims with street tires
    - New Fuel tank and 3 row radiator recently installed


    ALSO, if you enlarge the pic of the trunk, you can see the kill switch... ive had some good fun , in it. I added the american racing tt2 aluminum wheels, and falcon tires, looks 100% better..:grin: BTW are you feeling better today?:grin:
     
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    It has a custom computer that took 6 months to build, hand picked megasquirt stuff. I dont understand the car fully even yet.
     
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    Those old trucks are badass.Nothing like moving 12 guage steel down the runway like that. Sweet. I had a 1952 gmc with a stroker, camaro clip, i wish i never sold it. Old school trucks are sweet. Jacob:)
     
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    here's our '49 Chevy that we had when i was in high school. it had a 350/350, backed by an early K5/K10 12 bolt (to retain factory 6 lug) with 3.73 gears and a Gov Loc. had a '74 Nova front stub lined up for it, but due to a difference of opinion on build style between my Dad and I, we decided to sell it. for $1100... we both still kick ourselves for letting it go so cheap...


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    here's the '65 ElCEamino that replaced it. nowhere to disagree here, Cragar S/Ss, big n littles, and a healthy small block was the plan. Dad was going to do some bodywork to it before i started building the drivetrain, thankfully, we didnt put much into it. as he tore into it, he found bondo 5" thick in BOTH rear quarters. floor pans were gone, and at the time floor pans and quarters for it were impossible to find. this one became a victim of the trusty sawzall and air hammer. god that was fun! :D

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    here's the '65 ElCEamino that replaced it. nowhere to disagree here, Cragar S/Ss, big n littles, and a healthy small block was the plan. Dad was going to do some bodywork to it before i started building the drivetrain, thankfully, we didnt put much into it. as he tore into it, he found bondo 5" thick in BOTH rear quarters. floor pans were gone, and at the time floor pans and quarters for it were impossible to find. this one became a victim of the trusty sawzall and air hammer. god that was fun! :D

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    Whew, how big was the 5" patch? That is a lot of putty.
     

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