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Yes I believe so.
Had a blast. Nice seeing everyone that came out. Thanks to @ayilar for putting it together!
You got a bad ass ride sir.
How about 1970?
Around 12-1400. The guy said he would put rollers on it too so it could actually be transported.
That was kinda my point with the numbers, cant even call it a "rebodied" GT at this point.
But another C will be on the road again soon thanks...
So let the kid build his car to live and learn.
Out of all the cars I have had...the one my friends talk about the most was that New Yorker.
You old guys are seriously NO FUN.
I didn't care to be fast. That car was consistently slow. 17.3 over and over and over.
I did however cut a...
I've already gotten shipping quotes. If both quarters were absolutely perfect. It would be here already. Its just not worth it when you factor in...
The vin is stamped in a couple spots. On the cowl and the trunk gutter, thats all gone now. But the car is saved and returning to the road. Thats...
You lost all the GTs numbers by doing it this way.
But it was never going to be original again, so I suppose I understand.
Who said you cant race a new yorker?