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Old 08-19-2003, 11:46 PM
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Plans on returning:
Get the wifes 66 Chevy C10 safely running to get her smiling.
Pick up my 34 Outlaws Chevy and build my rod and then I want to do a body off restore on the 84 Mustang.
That will keep me busy for awhile

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Old 08-20-2003, 12:30 AM
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Fix a little rust on the Monte...new motor...recover seats....new vinyl top...maybe paint job.....2004R

a guy stopped me today asking about my car and says his brother is pulling his 70-72 Monte out of storage to sell it....
Then asks if I want first crack at it.....
LIKE YA...!!!!

Next in line is my 69 Chevelle

and last restore my 69 SS427 Impala....

and who knows what else I'll come up with....

OH yeah....the lady across the street gave me and my friend an 84 Firebird convertible....yes....vertible....she thinks 1 of 5 made...
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Old 08-20-2003, 01:26 AM
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As soon as my S10 project is done I am going to start in on my 71 Chevelle Convertible. It is already tore down and the body is off the frame, parts boxed/bagged and seperated. Don't know how I would like to build it yet...I don't want to think about it yet...if I do I will never get the truck done.
After the Chevelle is done the wife wants a Manx bodied DuneBuggy
Who knows....everyday is different with me. All I know is I see 'rice' ALL DAY LONG and I DO NOT want to build anything on that side of the fence.
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Old 08-20-2003, 08:16 AM
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My Next project is gonna be either a Grand National or Buick T-Type. I will be shooting for low 10's or high 9's with almost full weight & AC.

After that I think I'm gonna do a either a Late 60's or Early 70's Vette, either a big block or an LT1 car.

After that my wife has been wanting me to do a car for her, believe it or not a big block Pinto wagon with Hydraulics.

If y'all wanna check it out, my current project is in my photo album. 1980 Gmc Diablo, shooting for low 10's or high 9's.
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Old 08-20-2003, 08:26 AM
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Fix a little rust on the Monte...new motor...recover seats....new vinyl top...maybe paint job.....2004R

a guy stopped me today asking about my car and says his brother is pulling his 70-72 Monte out of storage to sell it....
Then asks if I want first crack at it.....
LIKE YA...!!!!

Next in line is my 69 Chevelle

and last restore my 69 SS427 Impala....

and who knows what else I'll come up with....

OH yeah....the lady across the street gave me and my friend an 84 Firebird convertible....yes....vertible....she thinks 1 of 5 made...
That 69 SS Impala is a nice ride. You wouldn't be willing to let it go for a couple of dollars, now would you?

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Old 08-20-2003, 09:05 AM
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I know I'm going to catch a lot of flack about this but here we go anyway...........

Prolly a 97-99 dodge avenger with the little 4 banger. Put a 383 in one of these for a friend a couple of years ago and it turned out so nice I would really like one for myself. Talk about a sleeper...........
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Old 08-20-2003, 03:56 PM
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Here's another one you'll probably hate............ I've decided to sell my '62 Impala SS and build a FWD. I picked up the complete 4.9L V-8 (non-Northstar), drivetrain and PCM from a low mile '95 Cadillac and as soon as the Impala is gone I will begin looking for a clean '90-'94 Lumina Coupe to put it in. Beefed suspension, brakes, lowered slightly, shaved and a mild ground effects kit but NO WINGS!!!! I "photoshopped" several variations but so far this one is my favorite by a slim margin.................



Don't worry though, I'm keeping the 454 and 12 bolt until the right RWD car comes along.............. maybe a RWD Lumina Coupe.
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Old 08-20-2003, 03:59 PM
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Shave the moldings off too! Then it will look even cleaner.
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Old 08-20-2003, 04:06 PM
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My next project is all paid as soon as I drag it home I can start.
Its a 1958 Volvo coupe.Corvette tails and GTO head lights frenched in.
Dana rear(30?? 40??? I dunno)with home brewed ladder bars.And 4.34 gearing.
1980 corvette steering coluum telescope/tilt
Caddilac bucket seats and rear seat.
All parts currently in boxes crates and in the trunk LOL.
I plan on corvette rallies all around.And eventually Candy brandy wine over a white or silver base coat.All crome shaved cept the upper front to rear side.
I have a 300hp 350 waitin for its new home.8.5:1cr,993 heads,competition cam,edelbrock intake,holley carb.TH350 with full race kit,2400 converter.All curtousy of my montecarlo.
Will have fenderwell headers made and hang duel 2 1/2 more than likel exiting befor the wheels out the side.
But for now getting the car in primer,glass back in and running will be nice.
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Old 08-20-2003, 04:06 PM
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Shave the moldings off too! Then it will look even cleaner.
That hasn't been ruled out...........
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Old 08-21-2003, 12:47 AM
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Old 08-21-2003, 05:06 AM
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I'll just be glad to get my '62 welded up so I can get it back together.

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Old 08-21-2003, 07:53 AM
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Current project- building the BIG garage.... also redoing the '50 Plymouth with new front suspension and a 500 Cad engine, also hard into the '27 Nash on T rails running a 351 and completely hand fabbed 'Rothian' style (metal) body panels- fins and all......
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Old 08-21-2003, 08:38 AM
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That 69 SS Impala is a nice ride. You wouldn't be willing to let it go for a couple of dollars, now would you?
I may....I would be hard though...I'll put you at the top of the list! At 18 years old it was the second car I ever bought, and the first big block car.

Original engined 390 horse 427 with 400/12 bolt 3:07.
A/C....PS...PB.....8 track stereo



Lemans blue with the black and white interior.
I have the original window sticker for it too....

She's my Marge the large barge!!!!
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Old 08-21-2003, 10:56 AM
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Originally posted by Sandflea427SS .....8 track stereo
Does that mean you have Bee Gee's albums on 8 track????
And if so,do you have a fuzzy headliner and matching seat covers???
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