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Yesterday 07:14 PM
Northstar T I need to change my username on this site. I've sold the Northstar T anyway. Maybe something like "2 too many projects" would work . yesterday I received some boxes from Vintage Air. a MkIV AC system for my newly acquired 64 Fairlane. All I need to do is finish up my 59 BelAir, and install the front suspension under the Vette, so I'll have room in the shop for the Ford.


Russ
Yesterday 05:58 PM
NEW INTERIORS
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inching forward with my shop truck. summer was slow to leave here. hopefully the temps will fall and stay down. i hate painting in heat .
SWEEEEEEEEEET !!!!!!!!!
Yesterday 03:30 PM
shine inching forward with my shop truck. summer was slow to leave here. hopefully the temps will fall and stay down. i hate painting in heat .
Yesterday 03:29 PM
harposrepair
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getting ready for halloween and The Giants parade.

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I didn't know little girls could be bastards.
Yesterday 03:08 PM
tech69 getting ready for halloween and The Giants parade.

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10-29-2014 09:50 PM
matts37chev
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Originally Posted by 1971BB427 View Post
Weather cooperated today, and no rain for a change! I had to pick my granddaughter up from high school, so drove the Falcon gasser to get her. Big hit at school, and she had a ball riding in it too! Now she wants a 60's car for her first car next year! I told her she'll have to help me build it, if she wants one!
yep, I have been down there for work the last couple of days, and today was a heck of a lot nicer than yesterday
10-29-2014 09:26 PM
tech69 I watched The San Francisco Giants become a dynasty. That's 3 championships in 5 years. This wasn't supposed to happen this year. We did nothing to combat The Dodgers and their heavy spending to get to the post season and we got into this playoff as a wildcard with the world against us and we once again showed the doubters who the real champions are. WHEEEEEEEEEEEEW!!!
10-29-2014 09:24 PM
496CHEVY3100 Supply and Demand I guess

that would solve that problem I have a 84 I think hp is around 200.


Engine Specifications


Type ohv V-8

Displacement, liters/cubic inch
5.7/350
Bore X stroke, inches 4.00 X 3.48
Fuel management
Cross-Fire Throttle Body Fuel Injection
Horsepower @ rpm
205 @ 4,300

Torque @ rpm, pound-foot
290 @ 2,800


Published Performance Numbers

Acceleration 205 hp, 4-speed automatic

0-60 mph, second
7.0

0-100 mph, second
NA

1/4-mile, second @ mph
15.5 @ 88


Vehicle Production and Base Prices

Car Type
Production Price
2-door coupe
51,547 $21,800.00
10-29-2014 09:21 PM
Northstar T
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
Buy a Mustang
Just use a Ford engine ,problem solved,,LOL

The second gen Novas are priced the same around here mbuy a 70s or 80s vette much cheaper
why would that surprise you?
The 70s-80s Vette would solve the problem of too much HP however

Russ
10-29-2014 08:23 PM
496CHEVY3100
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Originally Posted by 1971BB427 View Post
Nope. But she did say she thought she wanted something with a lot less engine than the Falcon has. Kinda surprised me, because she used to say she wanted the biggest engine she could get, until she rode in the Falcon.
Buy a Mustang
Just use a Ford engine ,problem solved,,LOL

The second gen Novas are priced the same around here mbuy a 70s or 80s vette much cheaper
10-29-2014 08:15 PM
1971BB427
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Well grandpa. She didn't say anything about wanting a cheap car did she?

John
Nope. But she did say she thought she wanted something with a lot less engine than the Falcon has. Kinda surprised me, because she used to say she wanted the biggest engine she could get, until she rode in the Falcon.
10-29-2014 08:12 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by 1971BB427 View Post
Not sure about your area, but I could buy a finished car for what those cost around my area! They get huge money for the 2nd gen Novas!
Well grandpa. She didn't say anything about wanting a cheap car did she?

John
10-29-2014 08:10 PM
1971BB427
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Originally Posted by John long View Post
You should be so lucky if she would see it through. I tried to get my daughter to work with me but no luck.

Good luck
Well I'll have to make sure she's really committed, before we forge ahead John. I don't need another project myself!
10-29-2014 08:09 PM
1971BB427
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
Find a '66-67 Nova for her.
Not sure about your area, but I could buy a finished car for what those cost around my area! They get huge money for the 2nd gen Novas!
10-29-2014 08:06 PM
John long
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Originally Posted by 1971BB427 View Post
Weather cooperated today, and no rain for a change! I had to pick my granddaughter up from high school, so drove the Falcon gasser to get her. Big hit at school, and she had a ball riding in it too! Now she wants a 60's car for her first car next year! I told her she'll have to help me build it, if she wants one!
You should be so lucky if she would see it through. I tried to get my daughter to work with me but no luck.

Good luck
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