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#360 2 years ago

Posted before but my POS. I've since sold it but had it for many years. Just have these displays left in my little 24x32x12' shop with two lifts.

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#363 2 years ago
Quoted from johnwartjr:

At what point did you go from 4 lug to 5 lug?

Nice catch! Sometime between 03-04 between the two photo shoots. I went with the then M-2300K package which comes with the 94-95 axles and the special offset rear wheels.

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#368 2 years ago

Posted on here many times before but had this for many years. Sold it and what slowly got me in this hobby.

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#962 1 year ago
Quoted from SeymorGoldfarbJr:

I just finished importing my car from Japan. 1992 Suzuki Cappuccino.

Very cool and different. Never saw one before but nice that it's different. I guess it's akward for drive thru's! J/K!

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#978 1 year ago

Has anyone used Racedeck in their garage(s)? My 12 year old epoxy (U Coat It) looked great for first few years of heavy repair use on both lifts and has looked horrible for the past few and has gotten worse.

Have looked at their stuff for years on Garage Journal but now that I don’t do heavy repair stuff anymore, I like this option. Would be going with a mix of diamond and free flow as we park our daily cars/truck in there. We have a small detached 24x32 garage.

Pics of current and installed in 2005.
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#1009 1 year ago
Quoted from MacLean:

I installed RaceDeck Pro tiles in my garage a couple months ago. Was going to go with epoxy but read online horror stories about epoxy being a waste of time & cash. So glad I went with the RaceDeck tiles.
However, the install is not as easy as they make it look on the video. The connections are extremely tight. They show a child kicking them into place but in reality it takes a rubber mallet & a second person to help. My garage is approx. 750 sq. ft. & it took about 16 hours with 2 guys ... worth every penny!!

Awesome and thanks for commenting. Yeah epoxy is a lot of work and not easy to touch up to fix. Agree it’s a great addition if you have a nice car(s)/truck(s). No way I’d rip and sand it down due to the mess either. Didn’t reply to my original post but installed mine after Christmas and you’re 100% right about the mallet. I really like the color you chose! Is that alloy or graphite! You guys did it quick. I was alone for most of it but had a lot to move. And cuts around the 2 post took a few hours.

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#1141 1 year ago

C3 vette's of the later 70's into early 80's aren't so desirable. I've helped a friend bring his 69 back to life over the past 10 years and would first recommend that you make sure you like the car and driving it. The seats hurt the value but not sure what it would cost to replace with originals. Just make sure you really, really like the car and that it has everything done. Things really add up on them. Just looks kinda hacked for a vette to me which would steer me away of what other hoaky work was done. Not a vette enthusiast's car IMHO.

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#1205 1 year ago

Not from a car or truck but thought it would be appreciated. Didn't get to hear what the root cause was but you can see the scoring. It's from a 20 cyl. natural gas GE genset. I've had my share of low compression dished pistons running supercharges, but this dish takes the cake.

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#1223 1 year ago
Quoted from VacFink:

Drove 5 hrs out to New Mexico to pick this up yesterday. Its a 91 LX 5.0. AT car 2 owner. The first owner was an engineer in his 50's and he sold it to his mechanic, who I bought it from him and was his wife's daily driver. These are hard to find not abused. Wish it was a manual, but honestly if it was, it wouldn't be this clean and original. Will be a fun project.
A good pairing with my Roadmaster Wagon.

Very awesome and hard to find clean and assume stock? Nice score and love the white! What are you plans with it? As you know you can still do some mild bolt ons and have a fun/reliable car. My 89 LX (Dark maroon with Welds) was just bolt ons. Stock AOD w/Converter and mild shift kit, 4.10's, full exhaust, intake and 1.7's netted me 20-22mpg on the highway and mid 13's all day. I miss that car and daily'd it for 2 years in the early 2000's. Few pics of my old 90LX, 89LX and 93GT.

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#1231 1 year ago

Wish I’ve saved parts like you as it’s a great idea. The best I have is an original 03 Terminator rod but not from my 03. Obviously the rainbow is not from oil!

EDIT: Added a picture of a low mileage rod I have too.
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#1293 1 year ago
Quoted from MattS:

So cool!
I'm trying REALLY HARD to not build a racecar out of this one. In the past I have taken cars I loved, over moded them, and ended up hating them.
So far I still love the Challenger. It's a monster on the track, freaks everyone out because it handles like it's on rails yet weighs 4400 lbs. I drive it everyday.

Understand that completely and very hard to not go overboard. Especially today with so much power made easily if you don’t mind spending money.

Looks like a fun daily and huge fan of the HC’s and Demons.

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#1297 1 year ago

Some cars at car show. Even pinball reference with Elvira on the back of one.

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#1301 1 year ago

Omg lol!

Only six pack I have is the one I’m carrying full of beer. No clue how I attached that one.

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#1312 1 year ago

Pics of car show at Ford Nats the other weekend. 19 Bullitt was there.

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#1330 1 year ago
Quoted from MrBally:

Spotted this one yesterday near Boston. A cross between The A-Team and Scooby Doo vans & the Partridge Family bus.....

ZOINKS! Lol that’s pretty cool.

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#1408 1 year ago
Quoted from robertmee:

Paint protection. The ceramic protectants that bond to the clear coat that proteCT against chips, scratches and uv damage. Think of it as permanent wax.

I have friends that do this. They swear by it. Here’s my take on it: you still need to put it on regularly, your body shop needs to know if it’s been done as it works well enough that it can penetrate down in and through the paint. The paint won’t stick unless they’re taking it down to the metal/foundation. Scuffing, sealing, and painting will lead to the paint coming right off or not sticking at all.

The results are great and looks to hold up. Water just falls off even on horizontal surfaces. Just know that you can still get chips and dents as it can’t prevent that. If you have a new car and don’t mind spending the money for a proper paint correction and for the application every other year or so, I’d say do it. I’d avoid it if you have a typical American paint job with the typical orange peel or a car that already has some minor paint chips that correction can’t fix. It will look best on a good paint/paint correction usually on a German or Japanese car.

#1410 1 year ago

Most will do their own prep so no worries there.

#1417 1 year ago

mustangpaul Are you getting to, or have been, to Ford Carlisle?

#1419 1 year ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Heard plenty about it but never been there. Now that my buddy has a deluxe car hauler I'm trying to talk him into bringing his 70 Mustang road race car there.

It’s worth heading to for him, you or anyone. Headed there for weekend so was hoping to say hello and see your sweet Stang.

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#1433 1 year ago

Few pics from Carlisle Ford Nats Friday.

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#1438 1 year ago

Few from my local car club's show last weekend.

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#1463 1 year ago

100% agree with cammi. A nothing special 2018 Mustang GT with the 10 speed auto is putting down serious 1/4 mile times on street tires stock. Add in a tune (esp with E85) the new generation of automatic any brand is nuts.

I prefer manual but the autos now finally caught up to technology and are impressive.

#1472 1 year ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

BUT can they take the punishment the 4 speed manual Toploader in my 70 Mustang takes.

At least for the past year they have.

#1474 1 year ago

Amen Brother! Loving what the new auto's can do but other than my truck, wife and I are an all stick family. Sucks that we're losing more and more cars to no manual option. We have short shifters in all of them too. MGW in the stang.

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#1506 1 year ago

Bald eagles and freedom!

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#1532 1 year ago

Upgraded the cute little HX (Barely adequate stock) to a triple pass dual Spal fan set up.

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#1533 1 year ago

Some pics from Chrysler Carlisle a few weeks ago.

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#1578 1 year ago

A few cars from local rainy car show.

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#1599 1 year ago

Few pics of the cars down at OC MD’s inlet this past weekend.

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#1612 1 year ago
Quoted from jayhawkai:

Anyone else get a home lift to allow for storage of an extra vehicle? Or do the research and decide against it?

I'll spare you the long story of getting one 10 years ago, but I did. I'm using a 4 post from Greg Smith new in 2007. It's a Direct Lift branded which I just helped install a new one with a friend last year. They are (Old 10 year old vs. new) nearly identical with only some minor revisions like a second vent to the pump reservoir I guess for smell when you're bring the lift down. For the cost, and if you have space, it's a great investment to me. I'm assuming you're thinking 4 post. I wouldn't consider a 2 post for storage.

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#1617 1 year ago
Quoted from jayhawkai:

Yes, 4-post lift, preferably with a "tray" or other bottom to prevent any potential fluids from leaking onto the lower vehicle. I guess I can add one of my own or something. The other concern is making sure it's not held up merely by hydraulics, and that there is some secure locking mechanism (like 4 lock pins or something). Thanks!

Yes they all should come with 3-4 trays. Mine are plastic and I actually bought a few extras early this year as they are cracking and getting brittle. It comes with a jacking tray which you can put a small bottle jack or small car jack. I’d recommend the sliding jack that will be useful if you’re planning on doing any work on your own cars. The tray is a junk collector. I got a sliding jack when I got my lift and was great for my friends 10 year project.

Some used compressed air (Bend Pak for one) and others like the Direct Lift/GS/Similar use a “ladder” like set up for locking. Both work and do the job. I personally didn’t want to deal with using a compressor when using lift (despite having a two stage 80 gallon!) and the locks work fine. Feel free to shoot a PM if you have specific questions. I’m only 12’ high garage and will tell you space is tight.

This is what they have. Go as wide and tall as space permits. Trust me on this. GS has regular sales and a local pickup with a car trailer will save you some dough. I helped set up the one last year in 1/2 day with help from 3 other friends I rented. The 8000 lb will be plenty and a little more compact. By all means go with a 9k if you have room. I have a small 24x32’ and the 4 Post was never a consideration. I had 2 post and was all I “thought” I needed. I guess it’s like pins.
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#1619 1 year ago

Yeah, you can measure your cars and factor in the height of the deck of the lift. It may work for you especially if you don't have a garage door opener bracket or anything else in the way but 9' is really tight.

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#1630 11 months ago
Quoted from freddy:

70 boss 302 with 4:30 drag pack
66 fastback resto mod

Pure bad ass!

#1634 11 months ago

Few from SEMA. Toyota has the Ivan off Road vid.

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#1640 11 months ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Is that new 426, 1000hp crate engine Hemi there?

No I haven’t even gotten to the Mopar booth yet. Apparently it’s over there in a 68 Charger. There’s so much stuff to see it’s nuts. It makes Carlisle look like a yard sale.

#1641 11 months ago

Few other pics.

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#1642 11 months ago
Quoted from dmacy:

No I haven’t even gotten to the Mopar booth yet. Apparently it’s over there in a 68 Charger. There’s so much stuff to see it’s nuts. It makes Carlisle look like a yard sale.

Here’s the Hellelephant motor in the 68

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#1644 11 months ago

Probably. The one HC crate motor retails in at $19k and change. Add another $3k for front accessory kit and harness/electronics and that’s no trans.

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#1655 11 months ago

Couple pics from Shelby that I figured a few would be interested in seeing.

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#1689 8 months ago

Few pics from the Philly Auto Show

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#1694 8 months ago
Quoted from pinworthy:

Thanks, it’s still a bit of a work in progress. Got the Racedeck installed yesterday(still need to trim out the sides), now I need the HVAC, ceiling and then the lift ( wife is trying to talk me out that one )[quoted image][quoted image]

Don’t let her win on the lift! I like your design with Racedeck too

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#1785 6 months ago

Looks good! You have to be excited to have it about ready?!

#1786 6 months ago

Couple pics I shared to FB friends. My local Mustang club had a banquet and toured this place in Morgantown, Pa.

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#1821 4 months ago

Carlisle Ford Friday. Couple random pics. New 2020 GT500 with Beer Can shifter.

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#1823 4 months ago
Quoted from Roostking:

Thanks for posting! I bad that same 1982 Ford Escort! Ugly as hell, but it started in -10 degree weather when no other car on the block would. 4 speed to boot.

Hey yeah I thought it was cool as I haven’t seen one of those POS since I was a kid. 7800 for that car in 82!

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#1854 4 months ago

Few nice cars from local car show:

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#1877 85 days ago

Eastwood’s summer car show was today and only a few miles away. Some really nice cars I’ve never seen before.

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#1887 73 days ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

FINALLY got my Mustang back from the shop and in the garage, now it's time for me to get to work cleaning.[quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

Once you get it comfortably at home, you have to get some video of the body and paint. It looks fantastic!

#1896 70 days ago

Car show today at my home town. Lots of nice cars. Wish I got more pics.

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#1902 63 days ago

Removed

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#1905 56 days ago

Car show from my high school. Some nice rides. Here’s a few.

My buddies bluish teal 1950 F1, my POS 12 and buddies 14 GT500, green cobra Factory 5 car (owns body shop and did this beautiful green) and some other nice rides.
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#1937 35 days ago

Cool story and the 70’s era cars are finally making a comeback. It’s cool to see Lincoln’s of this era as you rarely do. Thanks for sharing the stories!

#1940 35 days ago

This is my 12 that I’ve been good keeping fairly stock over the first two years. It had 3400 miles on it stock and now just over 6k. It’s not a project but the 90LX I redid right before was too hard to use the cable clutch. So sold for this and wife even likes to drive it. I do all the work on it but it doesn’t need much.

I put on a VMP gen2r with injectors and boost-a-pumps with fully stock exhaust to make 641hp 619trq on their dyno in May on pump 93. No boosters, race gas, or E85. Some minor suspension mods, and window tint.

It’s a fun car to take to shows, long weekends down in OC MD fall cruise weekends, and quick strolls through Mexico.

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#1948 27 days ago
Quoted from Spyderturbo007:

What I want to know is how many sets of tires have you smoked in those 2,600 miles?

The original GY F1's sucked pretty bad but they were 6+ year old tires that are meant for 50F+ ambient. The Nitto G2's are holding up well but have an odd rear wear on the rears. But the tread is good. So technically only one set.

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