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Old 08-22-2019, 01:39 PM
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Magnum
A Team
Starsky and Hutch
Charlie’s Angels
The Monkees
The Munsters
You missed Happy Days
Magnums not one of them. Magnum drove a Ferrari 308
Rockford files


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I had the Happy Days but using a cell phone where I had to memorize all the pics. Yes. Rockford Files. Of course.
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From what I understand Henry Winkler couldn't ride a motorcycle and the opening credits when he is riding that Harley and then the Triumph he couldn't even ride! He was pushed or the bike was on a cart being pulled for the filming.

Aaaaeeeyyy, What Happened to Fonzie's Knucklehead? ~ Riding Vintage

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Magnum
A Team
Starsky and Hutch
Charlie’s Angels
The Monkees
The Munsters
The Fall Guy
That is good,,, but not Magnum on the firtst and the yellow bucket is ?????

Yes Rockford files ,,and happy days,, I see the update,
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That is good,,, but not Magnum on the firtst and the yellow bucket is ?????

Yes Rockford files ,,and happy days,, I see the update,
B. B. Got it.
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The Pontiac Dealership I worked at used to get all the Rockford cars in it's body shop a couple times a month for repair. We use to get a lot of the TV and Movie cars. We had all the Smokey Trans Ams and all the Pontiac's used in the movie. All those cars were crushed.


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Oooo! Oooo! I want to hear more stories about Pontiacs being crushed!
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[QUOTE=idrivejunk;4690903]Oooo! Oooo! I want to hear more stories about Pontiacs being crushed!<img src="https://www.hotrodders.com/forum/../images/smilies/thumbup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="thumb up" class="inlineimg" />[/QUOTE


Hahahaha! Took me a moment to get it but that was funny
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Oooo! Oooo! I want to hear more stories about Pontiacs being crushed!<img src="https://www.hotrodders.com/forum/../images/smilies/thumbup.gif" border="0" alt="" title="thumb up" class="inlineimg" />[/QUOTE


Hahahaha! Took me a moment to get it but that was funny
You smelled sarcasm there, didn't ya? I do love a Pontiac.

Wheres that next Q?

I only looked at thumbs but would have maybe said Baker from CHiPs or Rocky Rockford at first glance on the last one with the flying square body. Because Fall Guy wasn't on or I didn't watch it because Heath was on it.

Best use of square body goes to "The Driver" (1978)
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Hrere's another easy one.


The VW Beetle enthusiast took one look at the engine and said, "Doghouse-style, that motor must have been pulled from a 1971 or newer Beetle." What does "doghouse-style" refer to?


A. 1971 and newer Beetle engine blocks were made of magnesium, the same metal used to make fire hydrants in Germany at that time.


B. VW increased horsepower in 1971 by installing dual Bund Hütte brand carburetors. Bund Hütte was similar to Hundehütte, the German word for dog house.


C. 1971 and newer air-cooled Beetles got a higher capacity engine oil cooler built into a new fan shroud nicknamed "doghouse." The 1970 and older fan shroud design became known as a "non-doghouse" fan shroud.
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You smelled sarcasm there, didn't ya? <img src="https://www.hotrodders.com/forum/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0" alt="" title="big smile" class="inlineimg" /> I do love a Pontiac.


Oh yes, theres a few nice ones around here I drool over as I go past
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Ok Chebby fans, let's see how long it takes for this one.

What is the least CID for a production small block engine since 1941?

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Ok Chebby fans, let's see how long it takes for this one.

What is the least CID for a production small block engine since 1941?

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I didn't know they had a small block in 1941.
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I didn't know they had a small block in 1941.
Keep thinking! Actually Chevy produced it's first V-8 in 1915.


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