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10-09-2012 10:51 AM
327NUT Yea if you could keep the valve covers from leaking, my friend had a '62 and must have changed those damn gaskets 10 times....still leaked. Fun little car though.
10-06-2012 10:38 PM
MARTINSR Very cool Jay, thanks for posting. I love the Vairs, always have. That truck was one of the most practical vehicles ever made.

Brian

10-06-2012 03:43 PM
TucsonJay The '60 Impala ragtop had both a tri-power 348... and a continental kit! :-)

Four Jaguars! I have always thought the E-Type was history's sleekest car!

Remember the Corvair rampside pickup?
10-06-2012 03:39 PM
TucsonJay There can't be many Challengers with the slant six engine... but across from it was a white '70 Cuda with the same 225 six cylinder!!!

The flamed late model Challenger is a movie car.

The roadster pickup had the radiator under the bed... a flamed plexi roof... and a clear "tiki mask", in front of the blown flattie!

When was the last time you saw two '64 Corvair ragtops together?
10-06-2012 03:32 PM
TucsonJay
Tucson Viet Nam Vets Car Show

Had a nice Saturday morning show to promote the upcoming music concert... Nam Jam!

The '64 "Goat"... First of the muscle cars!!!
"Deck Officer" ...you may like this roadster!
I don't think the '57 T-Bird ever offered a factory rumble seat???

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