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02-05-2003 07:43 PM
kitkar Some of you guys paint a pretty bleak future. Buddy down the sreet just finished a 70 chevelle SS(350 w/454 transplant), running under 13 sec. And he's 20yr old.

Check out the area steam shows and plowing matches. Those old Sawyer Massey steam tractors run like new on coal and wood. and the guys running them are youngsters too.

What rodeo is complete w/o chariot races, chuckwagon races, etc.

There will always be a generation to hot rod cars. Unfortonately, it started out a poor man's sport, but all the spectacular cars of today will, inevitably, become rich men's toys.
02-05-2003 05:02 PM
stonedchihuahua Hmm if you could remember or look up your adress I'll find em
02-05-2003 04:59 PM
Dave E Shank HEY STONED: I am soooo old :o I forgot where the keys are............. DAVE
02-04-2003 07:27 PM
Croz "YOU DAMNED DIRTY APES!!!" - Charelton Heston - the greatest Heston quote.
02-04-2003 05:20 PM
stonedchihuahua ALRIGHTTTTTTTTT!!!!
You were serious.... weren't you

[ February 04, 2003: Message edited by: stonedchihuahua ]</p>
02-04-2003 04:58 PM
Dave E Shank HEY STONED: You got to me, my keys are in the mail. Any time you see a rodded 1938 Lafayette see if the key fits. Thanks for you kindly offer...DAVE
02-04-2003 06:12 AM
59 FORD well im 19 and ive been into cars since i was a snot nosed little kid because when you take a younger sibling or neighbor hood kid to a race event or car show when they are young chances are high they will get bitten by the bug!
my girlfriend who six months ago hated and i quote"all those rusty old junkers you and your friends work on!" well i talked her into going to a prostock door slammer event here a while back and when she got close to the cars it was the normal michelle but when that rumblin bbc fired up she was as wild eyed as i was even though i own a few cars/trucks that are loud it sometimes takes an open headered beast to get 'em now i cant keep her out of the garage with me i think i have created a monster and i love it!!!!!
02-03-2003 11:51 PM
senor_limpio I believe Charlton Heston said it best...

"From my cold dead hands!"



(Oh yeah, and REPENT AND THOU SHALL BE SAVED!)
(He made a good Moses too!)


Rock on and God bless!


P.S. Oh and how could I forget that Soylent Green is made of people & Get your stinking paws off me you da** dirty ape!
02-03-2003 08:54 PM
stonedchihuahua 38 I think you need to hear my sales pitch...

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[ February 03, 2003: Message edited by: stonedchihuahua ]</p>
02-03-2003 05:10 PM
'54-Hunter Wow, you guys are so right. Im actually a ricer convert. I had a honda civic that I fixed up, but someone ran a stop sign and it was totalled. Ive always been into older hot rods, but never thought they were within my reach. After I actually researched it a bit, I realized this is something that almost anyone can do. I can just imagine 30-35 years from now, my generation are going to be clamoring for the '94 Civic hatchback they had when they were a kid. LOL...the future is gonna be a trip.
02-03-2003 04:48 PM
38 special Nothing lasts forever. Not even our hotrods. Hot rod'em if you got'em.
02-03-2003 04:36 PM
stonedchihuahua I'm going on to get an education so I can afford things like that... it'd be nice to have a couple muscle cars kicken around
02-03-2003 04:34 PM
Dave E Shank HEY: You guys see my point. How many younger guys are going to be able to afford a 1934 Ford streetrod for $ 35,000.00 to 50,000.00?? There are a lot a really nice cars out there that were built with big $$bucks by guys my age ( 59) that had jobs in auto industry making $ 35.00 per hour. At Street Rod Nationals in Louisville there were 12,000 car.. average age of owners was in mid to high 50's...average cost of some of those cars was in the $ 30's to 50's. How many guys can cough off those kind of bucks, raise kids, buy house??? I bet not many???
02-03-2003 04:30 PM
trees All right you young whipper snappers, I'm "drawing" Social Security and will start Medicare soon, but the flame is far from out!! My favorite bumper sticker is "I may be getting older, but I refuse to grow up!!". Also, if you think about it, we Hot Rodders were on the cutting edge of resource conservation. That's why my license plate is RECYCLE 1, 2, 3, etc. We may burn a little more petrol than some, but just think of how much energy and other recourses we save by continuing the life span of these old cars. I have put well over a million miles on 25 + year old car/trucks and am shooting to double that. 54 Hunter, welcome to the club. What sort of late model junk could you get for $2500 dollars and just think, your car will appreciate as it gets older unless you total it. And Willis 36 has hit the nail on the head. If you want to know what is/will be hot, go back about 25 years and you got it, late 70's!! I have a son and 2 grand sons and my son is the care taker of my two 36 Ford rods for the grand sons. Course they may be worn out by the time I'm done with them!!! Sorry Neil and Stonedpuppy. For all you other young guns out there, keep the flame burning. I don't give up on the ricers, but I sort of feel sorry for them cause so much of the good stuff is out of their reach. A couple of clubs in the area welcome them to the cruise in and they pick up trophies for their class and the have the same pride in that piece of junk just like we do in our Good Old American and some European iron.

Trees
02-03-2003 02:05 PM
'54-Hunter [quote]Originally posted by 78 monte:
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Another thing is that most guys my age haven't got any credit and have very low income.So a 50s car or 60s muscle car is outta reach.Although considering the prices some pay for stereos I take that back. </strong><hr></blockquote>


Im 20...in college...and I am buying a 1953 Ford w/ the original flathead v8 (runs and drives) for $2500. I may put another $2k into it initially, and then I will have a $4500 car. Thats like 1 year of work at a part time job. You just have to be really into cars to wanna do it. I think most people think to build one of these cars you have to build it from a hunk of scrap metal. This is gonna be my first hot rod / classic car, and I made sure that it runs, stops, no major damage etc. I dont wanna get in to deep my first time.
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