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I miss this thing...
I missed that one, I didn't think to check the For Sale listings before I linked it.
Here's the car list:
More than a couple C-Bodies... Get 'em Minnesota Members!
First pic I saw sure looked like a convertible slab!
I celebrated diversity today, and bought American, with a hint of Belgium.
There may be some Asian Zing in the optics.
Sweet Baby Jesus... The guy who bought the car may have already done bad things. He overheated it, and thinks he blew a head gasket. I may as well...
I don't mind mechanical issues, or even body work... heck, I don't mind parts being more than a Bowtie or Blue Oval. I just like knowing parts...
This is one of them. Has some rust, but also has a 383.
There are 2 67's I plan to go see.
...those I can find parts for.
It went tonight. Have a couple Chargers lined up to check out.
Just came across a Charger I LOVE. Hoping the Newport sells, and I can plan for the Charger garage!
This will be attached to my existing shop, which is 18' wide and 21' deep. I have a 6' overhang on the front, (not my earlier quoted 5') so by...
That gives me 25 feet.
This could be a game changer (for keeping my Newport at least)
So, as several may have seen, I've listed the Newport for sale. The stuff it needs...
So, you don't like anything by Microsoft or Google... Sounds like an Apple Fanboi.
When I got the car, that whole center piece had been cut already, so I just modified it more and chopped up an old sindle din dash kit I had...
It's not a full-depth radio, because it has no CD player. It only goes back a couple inches, and it required a LOT of finagling to get it in there.
From the trend I see in this area of the US, people sell motorcycles and buy classic cars when winter starts kicking in, so I'll likely be sitting...