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Old 07-30-2009, 10:27 PM
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Got a new ride today;;;;;;;;;PICS TOO

It's a 46 Plymouth Coupe. Ford V-6(not for long) auto. Runs good, drove it on the trailer. Could have drove it home but no tag. Get it and ins. in the morning. NO POWER anything. Good brakes with both feet.LOL All gauges work and all the lights work. REAL high geared NO spinning the tires. First off i'll break out the flat black paint. Can't stand much of that YELLER.LOL. Click on the pics to make bigger. RUSTY
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Old 07-30-2009, 11:37 PM
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That's a fine looking car, I like it! Some decent looking bodywork done, that will make a cool boulevard cruiser. Nice! The frenched taillights look like Caddys, can't tell much about the headlights, i wouldn't change too much, I even like the color.
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Old 07-31-2009, 12:06 AM
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I think it's asking for its flathead inline six back. Those were really good engines- as Grandpa (GM guy, but knows stuff on the competition) says. I'm too young to know.
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Looks good,but I agree it will look better in all black.I am working on a 40 Dodge 4 dr sedan for a friend.New Interiors helped me put an S10 front clip and steering column and brake pedal and booster with master cyl.We put a Camaro rear end and a 305 Chevy with a 350 turbo.I know the front is a little narrower but spacers will fix that.He is on a tight budget and got the S10 free.The V8 S10 headers fit right in.
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Old 07-31-2009, 02:02 PM
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nice

Like the coupe.How'd you get your picasa album on here ?I been trying for months.
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nice car i likes.....flat black ftw!!!!
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Nice ride

Once the back end gets on the ground where it belongs that is going to be a hot ride.

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Old 08-02-2009, 07:26 AM
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nice car , looks like great potenical. i never cared for thoses rear fender skirts. i would rather be able to see a nice set of wheels under there.
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awesome car
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Old 08-06-2009, 01:58 AM
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" Ford V-6(not for long)"

What are you going to put in it? Stock, hemi, or what?
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