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Muscle Car Thread for pinball and car enthusiasts


By Multiballmaniac1

8 months ago



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    #51 8 months ago

    Bought brand new in 1989. Special ordered, still have the bill of sale. Used to be two tone grey, then purple, now Viper blue. 351 Windsor Nascar block, stroked to 393ci. FB_IMG_1506125650465 (resized).jpgFB_IMG_1506125713923 (resized).jpgFB_IMG_1506125782697 (resized).jpgFB_IMG_1506125853609 (resized).jpg

    #52 8 months ago

    16 RT with 8 speed and super track pack. I bought it 3 weeks ago with 2100 miles. Never seen such a garage queen.

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    #53 8 months ago
    Quoted from Darcy:

    Think you should go to the car and look real close at it. Valiant Signet, right? It does qualify as a muscle car. 2 doors, 4 seats, V8 engine. With the long hood, and short trunk it could also be a pony car.

    Funny you say that. When I took the wife to pick it up the other day she asked what it looked liked. I said like a poor man's Mustang. Like a pony car.

    Looking for a project Darcy?

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    #54 8 months ago

    1978 Trans Am. Mildly built 400, 4-speed, T-Tops. Absolute blast to drive. Crappy pics, looks much better in person

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    #55 8 months ago
    Quoted from Sputnik:

    16 RT with 8 speed and super track pack. I bought it 3 weeks ago with 2100 miles. Never seen such a garage queen.
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    How many horses?

    #56 8 months ago

    My 2011 SS Camaro.

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    #57 8 months ago

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    #58 8 months ago

    My twin turbo 1000RWHP 2005 Ford GT. Most exciting and fun car I have ever owned. The three speeds on the time slip are my half mile, mile and 1.5 mile speed at an event I do regularly. The article was in hot rod magazine.

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    #59 8 months ago
    Quoted from bigduke6:

    How many horses?

    5.7 hemi, I think it 375 hp.

    #60 8 months ago
    Quoted from skyrex:

    My twin turbo 1000RWHP 2005 Ford GT. Most exciting and fun car I have ever owned. The three speeds on the time slip are my half mile, mile and 1.5 mile speed at an event I do regularly. The article was in hot rod magazine.
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    Damn. Nice.

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    #61 8 months ago

    70 Buick Skylark with GS bits and rebuilt 455 ready to be installed.

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    #62 8 months ago

    Does 1/24 scale count in this thread?

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    #63 8 months ago
    Quoted from Barr993:

    70 Buick Skylark with GS bits and rebuilt 455 ready to be installed.
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    Love that car and the color combination.

    #64 8 months ago

    My 85 Delta 88 just put in mildly build Olds 403 with headers and Flow Master exhaust. Everyone says sounds nothing like it looks. 0702171832 (resized).jpg

    #65 8 months ago

    Great thread so far. I can’t possibly say which cars I like the best.

    #66 8 months ago

    Barr 993 that is a nice GS! I hope to have one someday. Is that an Edelbrock B4B manifold on your engine? 510 ft lbs of torque!!!! I have an 87 WE4 Turbo Regal I've had since 92. A 70-72 GS 455 would be a great companion in the garage.

    #67 8 months ago
    Quoted from Multiballmaniac1:

    Great thread so far. I can’t possibly say which cars I like the best.

    Some of my favorites so far.
    69 Torino
    68 Coronet
    66 Belvedere
    70 Challenger

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    #68 8 months ago

    1972 Hurst Olds Indianapolis Pace Car Replica
    Approx. 130 convertibles, 499 hardtops and 2 or 3 wagons for media and medical personnel. This is 1 of 220 with a power sunroof.

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    #69 8 months ago

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    #70 8 months ago

    Love the last two, Hurst and AMX.

    #71 8 months ago

    This one belonged to my friends dad. Kind of a historical piece.
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    #72 8 months ago

    Just joined the club a couple weeks ago. Got an old dream car of mine. 1989 iroc. So fun. Looking for ideas on how to beef power up another 100hp.

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    #73 8 months ago
    Quoted from Xtraball:

    1972 Hurst Olds Indianapolis Pace Car Replica
    Approx. 130 convertibles, 499 hardtops and 2 or 3 wagons for media and medical personnel. This is 1 of 220 with a power sunroof. [quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

    Man....that is just beautiful there now!

    #74 8 months ago
    Quoted from Who-Dey:

    Man....that is just beautiful there now!

    Thanks. After searching for many years for one with a sunroof, affordable and preferably within driving distance, I found this one 10 minutes from my house! Amazing!

    #75 8 months ago
    Quoted from Xtraball:

    Thanks. After searching for many years for one with a sunroof, affordable and preferably within driving distance, I found this one 10 minutes from my house! Amazing!

    I LOVE the old oldsmobiles, especially the Hurst Olds. That's just beautiful man for real.

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    #76 8 months ago

    My 70 Mustang, slightly modified.

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    #77 8 months ago
    Quoted from MustangPaul:

    My 70 Mustang, slightly modified.
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    I like the pics that have the girl in them much better Paul. Is she still around ir did you let her get away?

    #78 8 months ago
    Quoted from Who-Dey:

    I like the pics that have the girl in them much better Paul. Is she still around ir did you let her get away?

    You mean my avatar and these 2 pictures? When it was good she treated me like a king but when it was bad it was REALLY bad. It got to the point I couldn't trust her farther then I could throw her. I found she did the dirty deed with my best friend so I threw her out. In fact it was the guy in the above picture facing the camera with the sun glasses on. He's dead now so he's not around anymore.

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    #79 8 months ago
    Quoted from MustangPaul:

    You mean my avatar and these 2 pictures? When it was good she treated me like a king but when it was bad it was REALLY bad. It got to the point I couldn't trust her farther then I could throw her. I found she did the dirty deed with my best friend so I threw her out. In fact it was the guy in the above picture facing the camera with the sun glasses on. He's dead now so he's not around anymore.
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    Yep those were the pics i was talking about. I never was a Ford fan but i gotta say that is one good looking Mustang you got. Theres a guy that lives down the street from me that has a 69 Mach 1 with a 429 Cobra Jet motor and the car has 4k original miles on it. Its blue with a gold stripe and it still looks like it did the day he drove it off of the lot. I would hate to think what that car must me worth.

    #80 8 months ago

    '71 work in progress.

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    #81 8 months ago
    Quoted from Who-Dey:

    Yep those were the pics i was talking about. I never was a Ford fan but i gotta say that is one good looking Mustang you got. Theres a guy that lives down the street from me that has a 69 Mach 1 with a 429 Cobra Jet motor and the car has 4k original miles on it. Its blue with a gold stripe and it still looks like it did the day he drove it off of the lot. I would hate to think what that car must me worth.

    Thanks, it is one of a kind. WOW only 4k and the original owner. Off the top of my head that car could be worth 90-100k if it's in as good a shape as you say.

    #82 8 months ago

    Established 1974

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    #83 8 months ago
    Quoted from Who-Dey:

    Yep those were the pics i was talking about. I never was a Ford fan but i gotta say that is one good looking Mustang you got. Theres a guy that lives down the street from me that has a 69 Mach 1 with a 429 Cobra Jet motor and the car has 4k original miles on it. Its blue with a gold stripe and it still looks like it did the day he drove it off of the lot. I would hate to think what that car must me worth.

    That would be a 428 CJ.

    #84 8 months ago

    I'll be at this awesome event this weekend. Macungie, PA about 15 minutes from Allentown. One of the best shows in the country........

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    #85 8 months ago
    Quoted from jhanley:

    That would be a 428 CJ.

    This car im pretty sure came with a 429. I could be wrong on if its called a 429 cobra jet but im 99% sure that its a 429 engine. I haven’t seen the car in many years but im sure that its a 429. Paul would probably know if they made a 1969 Mach 1 with a 429 motor. Care to chime in on this Paul?

    #86 8 months ago
    Quoted from konghusker:

    Looking for ideas on how to beef power up another 100hp.

    305 or 350 engine?

    #87 8 months ago
    Quoted from crlush:

    305 or 350 engine?

    350 automatic

    #88 8 months ago
    Quoted from Who-Dey:

    This car im pretty sure came with a 429. I could be wrong on if its called a 429 cobra jet but im 99% sure that its a 429 engine. I haven’t seen the car in many years but im sure that its a 429. Paul would probably know if they made a 1969 Mach 1 with a 429 motor. Care to chime in on this Paul?

    The only 429 motor in a 69 Mustang was a Boss 429. If it was stock as you said it was a 428 CJ in a Mach 1 . I owned one for 30 years.The first 429 CJ was put in a 1971 Mach 1.

    #89 8 months ago

    Put a 75-100 shot of nitrous on that IROC and you could have a lot of fun.

    #90 8 months ago
    Quoted from Who-Dey:

    This car im pretty sure came with a 429. I could be wrong on if its called a 429 cobra jet but im 99% sure that its a 429 engine. I haven’t seen the car in many years but im sure that its a 429. Paul would probably know if they made a 1969 Mach 1 with a 429 motor. Care to chime in on this Paul?

    The only 429 in a Mustang was the Boss 429, a semi hemi design, if you have one it's a 6 figure car. 69 and 70 MACH 1's were the 428's

    #91 8 months ago
    Quoted from konghusker:

    Just joined the club a couple weeks ago. Got an old dream car of mine. 1989 iroc. So fun. Looking for ideas on how to beef power up another 100hp.
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    Clean looking iroc. Always liked those, too. There used to be a ton of them on the road but not anymore. A good set of heads, performance cam, and better fuel delivery ought to get you plenty more power. Being a 350 and not a 305, should be easy to add power. Cheapest thing would be nitrous like pinkid said.

    #92 8 months ago
    Quoted from MustangPaul:

    The only 429 in a Mustang was the Boss 429, a semi hemi design, if you have one it's a 6 figure car. 69 and 70 MACH 1's were the 428's

    And the 71 429 CJ and SCJ Mustang.

    #93 8 months ago
    Quoted from konghusker:

    Just joined the club a couple weeks ago. Got an old dream car of mine. 1989 iroc. So fun. Looking for ideas on how to beef power up another 100hp.

    Pull that weak ass TPI 350 out of it and drop a LS3 into it and it will wake it up.

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    #94 8 months ago

    My 1969 442. I've owned it for 18 years now. Totally stock including open rear end.

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    #95 8 months ago
    Quoted from gearheaddropping:

    My 1969 442. I've owned it for 18 years now. Totally stock including open rear end.

    My father bought one when I was a kid. Loved that car!

    Thanks for posting.

    #96 8 months ago
    Quoted from pinkid:

    Put a 75-100 shot of nitrous on that IROC and you could have a lot of fun.

    It won't stay together. Its a 230 HP car with 2 bolt mains. It isn't made for any power. The rear end most likely won't stay together either.

    #97 8 months ago

    Cheapest would be 100hp shot of nos, I had a 125 hp shot on my stock 318 74 valiant ran great for years never had one problem, nocked more than a second off my quarter mile times, If you dont mind spending some cash stroke it out to a 383, probably wouldnt hurt to get a 4 bolt main block though.

    #98 8 months ago

    Oh yeah!
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    #99 8 months ago
    Quoted from konghusker:

    Just joined the club a couple weeks ago. Got an old dream car of mine. 1989 iroc. So fun. Looking for ideas on how to beef power up another 100hp.
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    I miss my 1990. Had less then 15K miles when I sold it

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    #100 8 months ago

    Just a silly question; why does nobody have a heavy german diesel like we have?

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