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03-11-2013 05:48 PM
Kartoon Thanks CM,, much appreciated my friend. You are welcome kind words are easy to use..:-)
03-11-2013 04:23 PM
cm324 I remember those State Police Mustangs. Dad got pulled over by an unmarked version for doing 75 in a 55...in Connecticut. We never saw him coming. We were in Dad's mid-80's LeBaron GTS Turbo. (That was actually a really fun car; quick and nimble.) Other people were going faster but I guess we got pegged for the out of state plates. Unmarked those Mustangs were not only fast but sneaky too.
Thanks for the kind words, Kartoon. I like the TA too. I can almost see Burt and Sally in the front seat now. I think your friend will love it.
03-11-2013 03:51 PM
Kartoon Thanks Lincoln Jony

Ahh I remember those days of the Mustangs for cop cars in Cali,, Hwy 101 and 130 mph.. The Smoky and the Bandit movie was the deal back then. Breaker,Breaker 19er.. Peace man. Thanks again means a lot coming from ya man.
03-11-2013 03:41 PM
lincoln highway jony
Those 1970"s memories

I been on the road, and any from the sight. It is the 100 year of the Lincoln Highway this year ,so I have a lot to do Historical talks and showing my historical drawings of the road. First Thanks Kartoon for the Likes on the Spanish Fly Drawing. That Trans Am Reminds me of a 1976 black bird I traded into in 1982. A guy built the car to look stock , but it was the only Bird I know that would glide and suspension preform at 130 miles per hour. I took it up highway 101 once when a TR7 . triumph came up the fast lane . We went at it for awhile when I notched a red light in my rear view mirror. The CHP"s had those 1970"s mustangs with police interceptor engine . I got away but that TR7 got his...Signed Vagabond Artist Lincoln Highway Johnny.
03-11-2013 03:35 PM
Kartoon Thanks BB! I hope he does... they are a nice collector car. Nice work CM, like the line work..and shading.
03-11-2013 03:26 PM
cm324 Here's one. Based on an early 70s Karmann Ghia, I customized this one with a hint of a tuner/drifting influence.
03-11-2013 02:03 PM
brickyardboy Excellent! He'll love it! Trans Am - a great collector car!
03-11-2013 11:55 AM
Kartoon
1978 Trans Am

I chose this car,, because in 79 I was living in Colorado, and I don't how I got the money but I bought a 1977 TA,I was 21 yrs old and,, I was on my way to tickets!! and didnt know it!! Anyway, and so the story goes..four speeds and tickets... LOL! my friend Les, here in KC, wanted me to draw him a 78 Black TA, so here it is.. He hasn't seen it yet.
03-11-2013 10:09 AM
brickyardboy
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Great stuff, Brickyard. Reminds me of the days when I used to search out CARtoons Magazine and Hot Rod Cartoons. I have fond memories of both those.
Been busy this month but will push to get something in.
Thanks CM. I, too, get a warm, fuzzy feeling when I take a stroll down memory lane. Hope you get a chance to put something in this month.
03-11-2013 09:59 AM
Kartoon That's the stuff of the old days hey!! A car to big for the garage!!
03-11-2013 09:56 AM
cm324
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Thanks Dan. I can remember way back, when I first saw the car carrier unloading the new 1968 Mopars (Super Bee, Charger, RoadRunner, GTX) I was in awe. I had read about them, and now I was standing there watching these awesome beasts roll off the truck, listening to the throaty exhaust. I knew that I just had to have one of these beasts. It wasn't long, and I owned a '68 Charger RT. I was a young married guy with a mediocre job, but I went out on a limb and bought the car, and never regretted it. That Charger was one of the greatest cars I've ever owned!!
I can remember when a neighbor brought home on of the new Winged Birds. My friends in the neighborhood would ogle that car constantly in the guys driveway. We didn't realize that it was parked there because the overall length and height of the rear wing prevented the car from fitting in the garage. Ha!
03-11-2013 09:53 AM
cm324
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Keeping with the Ford versus GM, here's a couple of 70's muscle cars at a used car lot for sale. Those were the days, when you could actually see a few of these gems for sale in a used car lot for reasonable money. My, how times have changed!
Great stuff, Brickyard. Reminds me of the days when I used to search out CARtoons Magazine and Hot Rod Cartoons. I have fond memories of both those.
Been busy this month but will push to get something in.
03-10-2013 07:34 AM
Kartoon Very, very Cooool JB. The 70 Camaro..
03-10-2013 05:30 AM
JBdesign
'73 Camaro

Here's one from a few weeks back:

03-08-2013 07:30 PM
Kartoon What a great story! The Charger has always been of a favorite of mine too, but I fell in love with the RT in Bullit,, with Steve Mqueen, what a movie that was. My good friend had a 70 Challenger, it was a clean car. I've been a Ford guy to since I was a kid. I've had two Ford cars that were my favorite, I had 70 Boss 302, man that car was crazy!! It was all factory beautiful car, Red Shaker hood and window. I also had a 67 GT 500,, tha car was absolutely the nicest car I've ever owned,, I sold it to Legendary Motorsports in 2000. I've been really blessed to have had the cars that I've had man..Sorry to ramble on..
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