Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by gauder, Mar 23, 2006.
Made right in the good ol' USA.
Damnit!!! Something else to wish for.
Holy crap $10,500 just for the shell of a body
Oh yeah, just think of one of those hoodless with a early HEMI !!!!!!!
Been done to much. Why not something real diffrent like an old Buick Nailhead or an old Poncho V8.
Well, I've got a line on a 392 HEMI for cheap, needs a rebuild, and I think those early HEMI engines are cool as hell. I'd love too have a coupe with a HEMI.
Too bad it's a Furd.
uhm, not to be an ass... but you've been able to buy those for a LOOOOONG time.
i'll second the old Buick or Pontiac mill. i'm more partial to the Pontiac 389s and 421s.
I'd give my left teste for a 69 Judge.
No, they've made the roadsters for a long time (convertibles), these are new.
i dont remember where, but i have seen coupes before...
mid-90s, Hot Rod Magazine, used to be a full 1 or 2 page add for them. they were available turnkey though.
You're right. The Dearborn Deuce has been around for a while now. I forgot.
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