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    #951 1 year ago

    Mine is up for the winter but thought I would contribute a pic or two.

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    #952 1 year ago

    10 below here in Minnesota right now but the Mustang is nice and warm. A few more MONTHS to go till the salt is washed off the roads good enough to take it out. Winter is tough but it gives me time to work on it.

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    #953 8 months ago

    Good morning, I work with a local artist to make custom wooden signs for pinball collectors. I am currently having her make a custom sign for a friend that is big into classic cars. I was thinking about making these custom signs available to other car collectors based on various car logos/emblems. Each sign can be custom made for whatever the customer wants added to a sign. Below are a few samples of signs I have made for my collection plus the one I am making for a friend. These are hand made from wood and usually have three separate layers of wood, so some of the sign features can be raised. I know there are a lot of copyright issues with using car logos, but ignoring the whole copyright issue for now, do you think there would be a market for these kind of custom signs for car collectors? They typically range in price from about $180-$200US, depending on the custom work required. Most are in the range of 18 x 28 inches, but can be customized based on the person's requirements. Thanks for the advice.

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    #954 8 months ago

    I thoroughly approve of that top one!

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    #955 8 months ago

    I forgot to post here. My dad's 1970 Mach 1 that we've been restoring for 3 years made its debut Father's Day weekend. Still have some things to shake out, but it was amazing to see it on the road.

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    #956 8 months ago
    Quoted from gorditas:

    I forgot to post here. My dad's 1970 Mach 1 that we've been restoring for 3 years made its debut Father's Day weekend. Still have some things to shake out, but it was amazing to see it on the road.
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    Holley sniper kit? Saw the programmer on the console.

    #957 8 months ago

    Who wants to sell me their Supra!!!

    #958 8 months ago

    This one?

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    #959 8 months ago
    Quoted from Nikko:

    This one?[quoted image]

    Yea that one

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    #960 8 months ago
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    #961 8 months ago
    Quoted from dung:

    Mine is up for the winter but thought I would contribute a pic or two.
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    That Morgan 3-wheeler is awesome.

    #962 7 months ago

    HB Gamer -

    Beautiful! Is that a ZR-1 next to it?

    #963 7 months ago
    Quoted from titanpenguin:

    Holley sniper kit? Saw the programmer on the console.

    Terminator. Looks like a carburetor with the air cleaner on.

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    #964 7 months ago
    Quoted from Nikko:

    HB Gamer -
    Beautiful! Is that a ZR-1 next to it?

    Good eye, it is. 1995.

    #965 7 months ago

    Very nice! Those have been a huge bargain and will be worth a ton down the road for sure.

    #966 7 months ago
    Quoted from Nikko:

    Very nice! Those have been a huge bargain and will be worth a ton down the road for sure.

    Lots of fun but easy for the back end to come around on you even with the massive 315’s. Much more civilized over 100mph than under. Love the the LT5.

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    #967 7 months ago

    Took some pictures of some fast looking cars at the BMW Museum in Munich, Germany today.

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    #968 7 months ago

    No car payments! Saved for 5 years and factory ordered 1996 SVT Cobra in Mystic color-shifting paint (7 miles on odometer still).
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    Saved another 5 years and ordered 2001 SVT Cobra in mineral grey (one of only 55 with medium parchment interior).
    Then ordered and added all factory parts from 2003 Mach 1 Mustang shaker hood assembly (55 miles on odometer).
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    Saved 7 more years and ordered 2008 Shelby GT500 in torch red then added FRPP "KR kit" to increase to 540 HP (9 miles).
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    Saved another 5 years and ordered 2013 Camaro ZL1 in Inferno Orange metallic tintcoat (8 miles).
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    Saved again then purchased low mileage 2013 Mustang Boss 302 in gotta-have-it green tri-coat paint (14,330 miles).
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    Daily driver? Ordered 2013 Mustang GT premium in deep impact blue metallic with extensive list of factory options (56,700 miles).
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    #969 7 months ago
    Quoted from littlecammi:

    No car payments! Saved for 5 years and factory ordered 1996 SVT Cobra in Mystic color-shifting paint (7 miles on odometer still).
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    Saved another 5 years and ordered 2001 SVT Cobra in mineral grey (one of only 55 with medium parchment interior).
    Then ordered and added all factory parts from 2003 Mach 1 Mustang shaker hood assembly (55 miles on odometer).
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    Saved 7 more years and ordered 2008 Shelby GT500 in torch red then added FRPP "KR kit" to increase to 540 HP (9 miles).
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    Saved another 5 years and ordered 2013 Camaro ZL1 in Inferno Orange metallic tintcoat (8 miles).
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    Saved again then purchased low mileage 2013 Mustang Boss 302 in gotta-have-it green tri-coat paint (14,330 miles).
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    Daily driver? Ordered 2013 Mustang GT premium in deep impact blue metallic with extensive list of factory options (56.700 miles).
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    Alrighty then.

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    #970 7 months ago

    The car that got away (and the reason I have all my other cars now).

    Back in the '70s one of my friends purchased a 4-speed '64 Corvette coupe with a damaged 327. Some of us helped him swap in a late-'60s 427/390HP engine before he ran out of funds for the project. I bought it from him and ordered the correct springs, shocks and radiator for a '66 big block 'vette. I paid a shop to install the front coil springs and shocks, but my buddy Jack and I installed the transverse leaf spring and new rear shocks in Jack's garage. I added 8" wide rally wheels (with 1967-only small center hubs) and BFGoodrich T/A radials before taking some pics in my parents' driveway (see below).

    Then I met the love of my life Debbie in 1979. I had no debts, but had very little in savings when we married in 1980. At that time I owned two cars free and clear: a black 1976 Limited Edition T-top Trans Am and the '64 coupe. To better start marriage, I sold the Corvette (for more than I had into it) and used the Trans Am as my daily driver for the next ten years. Debbie had agreed that I could replace the mid-year Corvette once we had our own home and were better off financially. But by the time we had our house built in 1992 (with 3-car attached garage) classic 'vette pricing had soared out of my price range. Every car I purchased since then has been the best I could get at the time, in repeated efforts to try to replace that '64 Corvette coupe.

    My wife of 42 years died last September. I still miss that sunfire yellow Corvette, but I miss my wife even more.
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    #971 7 months ago

    My baby is clean!

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    #972 7 months ago

    A few of my muscle cars and pins!

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    #973 7 months ago
    Quoted from littlecammi:

    The car that got away (and the reason I have all my other cars now).
    Back in the '70s one of my friends purchased a 4-speed '64 Corvette coupe with a damaged 327. Some of us helped him swap in a late-'60s 427/390HP engine before he ran out of funds for the project. I bought it from him and ordered the correct springs, shocks and radiator for a '66 big block 'vette. I paid a shop to install the front coil springs and shocks, but my buddy Jack and I installed the transverse leaf spring and new rear shocks in Jack's garage. I added 8" wide rally wheels (with 1967-only small center hubs) and BFGoodrich T/A radials before taking some pics in my parents' driveway (see below).
    Then I met the love of my life Debbie in 1979. I had no debts, but had very little in savings when we married in 1980. At that time I owned two cars free and clear: a black 1976 Limited Edition T-top Trans Am and the '64 coupe. To better start marriage, I sold the Corvette (for more than I had into it) and used the Trans Am as my daily driver for the next ten years. Debbie had agreed that I could replace the mid-year Corvette once we had our own home and were better off financially. But by the time we had our house built in 1992 (with 3-car attached garage) classic 'vette pricing had soared out of my price range. Every car I purchased since then has been the best I could get at the time, in repeated efforts to try to replace that '64 Corvette coupe.
    My wife of 42 years died last September. I still miss that sunfire yellow Corvette, but I miss my wife even more.
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    Great story, sorry for your loss.

    #974 7 months ago
    Quoted from littlecammi:

    The car that got away (and the reason I have all my other cars now).
    Back in the '70s one of my friends purchased a 4-speed '64 Corvette coupe with a damaged 327. Some of us helped him swap in a late-'60s 427/390HP engine before he ran out of funds for the project. I bought it from him and ordered the correct springs, shocks and radiator for a '66 big block 'vette. I paid a shop to install the front coil springs and shocks, but my buddy Jack and I installed the transverse leaf spring and new rear shocks in Jack's garage. I added 8" wide rally wheels (with 1967-only small center hubs) and BFGoodrich T/A radials before taking some pics in my parents' driveway (see below).
    Then I met the love of my life Debbie in 1979. I had no debts, but had very little in savings when we married in 1980. At that time I owned two cars free and clear: a black 1976 Limited Edition T-top Trans Am and the '64 coupe. To better start marriage, I sold the Corvette (for more than I had into it) and used the Trans Am as my daily driver for the next ten years. Debbie had agreed that I could replace the mid-year Corvette once we had our own home and were better off financially. But by the time we had our house built in 1992 (with 3-car attached garage) classic 'vette pricing had soared out of my price range. Every car I purchased since then has been the best I could get at the time, in repeated efforts to try to replace that '64 Corvette coupe.
    My wife of 42 years died last September. I still miss that sunfire yellow Corvette, but I miss my wife even more.
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    This man has his priorities absolutely sorted. Sorry for your loss. I can't imagine.

    Mustang Club. This one replaced a 2012 GT500 and as great as the Shelby was, this is a much better car: '22 GT M6 Performance Package with Magneride and Active Exhaust. Comfortable and fast. Not special (even if there aren't many Gen 3 S550s with row-your own, PP1 and MR), but practical and fun AF!

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    #975 7 months ago
    Quoted from calprog:

    A few of my muscle cars and pins!
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    Sign me up, outstanding collection.

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    #976 6 months ago

    Finished by friend’s wooden Grand National sign. Turned out great! Will look great in his garage. 18 x 42 inches.

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    #977 6 months ago
    Quoted from pinballjah:

    Finished by friend’s wooden Grand National sign. Turned out great! Will look great in his garage. 18 x 42 inches.[quoted image][quoted image]

    Pics of said Grand National!!

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    #978 70 days ago

    Well my never-ending 1964 Nova SS pro street project has progressed. It's been slow going but there is finally light at the end of the tunnel. I've owned this car since 1982.

    Slammed & tubbed with a blown rat. It's actually further along than these pictures. Hope to see some paint this spring.

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    #979 70 days ago

    That belt looks like it would fit Hulk Hogan.

    #980 70 days ago

    Here's the engine build:
    • Gen VI GM HO502 Short Block
    • Forged internals
    • Dart 360 heads (8.6 : 1 CR) (Bill Mitchell prepped)
    • Isky mechanical roller cam (custom grind)
    • Jesel shaft rockers
    • Jesel belt drive
    • BDS 8-71 supercharger
    • Twin Quick Fuel 950 cfm double-pumpers
    • MSD ignition

    Here's the engine on the dyno. This is on 92 octane pump gas. 8PSI boost. Street mode.

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    What do you think it had for HP & Torque?

    Video link below...

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    #981 70 days ago

    950 HP

    650 Torque

    #982 70 days ago

    980 hp
    800 torque

    #983 70 days ago

    92 octane fuel with 8 PSI boost:

    949 HP @ 7,200 RPM
    806 ft/lbs torque @ 4600 RPM

    It's over 1,100 HP on race gas with 12 PSI boost.

    The engine also has the NOS 8-71 nitrous system on in that is adjustable from 175 to 400 additional ponies that has yet to be actuated.

    #984 70 days ago

    You were too quick, but was going to say 949 HP and 806 torque.

    #985 70 days ago

    Shits serious when you run a plate instead of motor mounts.

    #986 70 days ago

    What's the story on the Bronco in the background?

    #987 70 days ago

    Those are brand-new "Steelhorse Design" reproduction Bronco bodies in the background.

    https://steelhorsedesign.com/

    #988 70 days ago

    All stainless exhaust. Custom headers with 2-1/8" primaries & 3.5" collectors.

    3.5" exhaust with X-tube & electric cut-outs all the way out the back with Borla stainless race mufflers snaked over the rear axles and through the stainless wheelie bars.

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    Front suspension is custom Mustang II with Heidts polished tubular control arms, 2" drop spindles 3" dropped frame, Wilwood 6-piston caliper disc brakes, QA-1 aluminum coil-over shocks, chrome Heidts rack & pinion.

    Rear suspension is custom 4-link with wishbone track locator, narrowed Moser fabricated Ford 9" rear with 35 spline gun drilled axles, WaveTrac differential, Aldan aluminum coil-over shocks, Wilwood 4-piston caliper disc brakes.

    I have new Weld V-Series wheels for it but they are the same size as the Weld Draglites on it now: 15 x 3.5 in the front & 15 x 15 in the rear with 31 x 18.5" tires.

    #989 64 days ago

    Friend is back at his parents for the holiday, and was going through some old stuff. He sent me this from a newspaper from '74 tornado through his hometown. He was trying to identify the car, and I can't figure it out either. I was thinking '67-68 Camaro at first from the fender. But the tail lights are throwing me off. Anyone know?

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    #990 64 days ago
    Quoted from woody24:

    Friend is back at his parents for the holiday, and was going through some old stuff. He sent me this from a newspaper from '74 tornado through his hometown. He was trying to identify the car, and I can't figure it out either. I was thinking '67-68 Camaro at first from the fender. But the tail lights are throwing me off. Anyone know?
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    Looks like a early 70's Cuda

    #992 64 days ago

    1970 Cuda ?

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    #993 64 days ago

    I'm thinking 70 Cuda. I think the 71 tail lights and reverse light were seperate fixtures.

    #994 64 days ago

    Cuda for sure. Appears to be 70.

    #995 64 days ago
    Quoted from luch:

    1970 Cuda ?[quoted image]

    Nail, meet head!

    Also note the period correct mags and fatties from that picture. That was some poor bastard’s pride and joy. Personally, I don’t like the stripe.

    Hopefully, that person is still alive today, and ripping around in a Red Eye.

    #996 64 days ago
    Quoted from woody24:

    Friend is back at his parents for the holiday, and was going through some old stuff. He sent me this from a newspaper from '74 tornado through his hometown. He was trying to identify the car, and I can't figure it out either. I was thinking '67-68 Camaro at first from the fender. But the tail lights are throwing me off. Anyone know?
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    If you didn’t state tornado, I would have blamed it on the bias tires!

    #997 64 days ago

    Bronco Badlands!

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    #998 62 days ago

    My 72 Camaro Z-28. Not a factory split bumper and a lot of "camaro enthusiast" are quick to point that out. But its mine and i dont give a f**k if they like it because its mine and i do, lol

    Bought it last year to have a break from pins, but havent had a good year with it. Had a little oil leak, put it in the shop, 7 months later i get it back, 4k gone and runs like shit. put it back in, had it 2 more months, picked it back up and it still runs shitty. Mechanic said leave it again and he will get it right. I said screw you, im gonna go blow this damn motor up and then send it to a real mechanic to fix. But since then i did the add on to my warehouse and it took all my play money away, so maybe in the spring she will get a fresh motor, but she does run, just not as good as she should

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    #999 62 days ago
    Quoted from Tilt:

    My 72 Camaro Z-28. Not a factory split bumper and a lot of "camaro enthusiast" are quick to point that out. But its mine and i dont give a f**k if they like it because its mine and i do, lol
    Bought it last year to have a break from pins, but havent had a good year with it. Had a little oil leak, put it in the shop, 7 months later i get it back, 4k gone and runs like shit. put it back in, had it 2 more months, picked it back up and it still runs shitty. Mechanic said leave it again and he will get it right. I said screw you, im gonna go blow this damn motor up and then send it to a real mechanic to fix. But since then i did the add on to my warehouse and it took all my play money away, so maybe in the spring she will get a fresh motor, but she does run, just not as good as she should[quoted image][quoted image]

    Who cares what others think. So many fake SS, z28 and rs/ss cars out there to worry about a front end.

    #1000 61 days ago
    Quoted from Tilt:

    My 72 Camaro Z-28. Not a factory split bumper and a lot of "camaro enthusiast" are quick to point that out. But its mine and i dont give a f**k if they like it because its mine and i do, lol
    Bought it last year to have a break from pins, but havent had a good year with it. Had a little oil leak, put it in the shop, 7 months later i get it back, 4k gone and runs like shit. put it back in, had it 2 more months, picked it back up and it still runs shitty. Mechanic said leave it again and he will get it right. I said screw you, im gonna go blow this damn motor up and then send it to a real mechanic to fix. But since then i did the add on to my warehouse and it took all my play money away, so maybe in the spring she will get a fresh motor, but she does run, just not as good as she should[quoted image][quoted image]

    Try adding a sniper might not need an engine rebuild!

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