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36??? Oyvay its 22 in Russia meh
Good fortune strikes again my friend you are one lucky bleep————
Sure, sure, sure...
Tobias, is that original paint still on the car?
Yes is still the original paint
The trunk is solid as the floors , my new dashboard came in too
Absolutely gorgeous car... I have been running around in my 72 Polara coupe and I love the way it drives, minus the seat being a little too soft. Did the motor mounts make that much of a difference? Were the old mounts bad? Also I saw the new shocks, big difference there as well? Gorgeous car though, good luck w dash install
Ya the motor mounts came apart, I redid the whole suspension including all ball joints and tie rods a complete brake rebuild and a lots more
I bet the difference was massive. Congrats on the beautiful car. Thanks for the info
Took the Fury out for a little Sunday drive the car runs great, I seen also a sweet 71 Challenger
What I thought was a nice car to begin with just keeps getting better.
Umm does the Red Sunroof 300 know you stole his wheels for the Fury??
i have a few sets Graham
of course you do lol. You need a parts warehouse....like I do except for Tquads...still want me to grab the one out of the 66?
The Fury is getting picked up next Tuesday and going on his long journey to northern Finland
Why do all the nice ones go across the pond
Because across the pond has more discretionary income.
American income has stagnated since the 1970's and in those 40+ years that stagnated income buys way less now.
We no gots the moola nomore.
We've gone from a manufacturing economy that paid decent money to a service sector economy that thrives on part-time, high turnover, low wage and zero benefits.
The engine that drove us to this is Wal-Mart.
I work in food, cereal and snacks, and we had to become ISO 14000:2015 or something like that, I can correctly number it later, but I digress. Walmart is the reason we went that route, as our customers want to be on Walmarts shelves, and this certification is a requirement of Walmart. We are a Walmart compliant shop. Not govermment, not the customer themselves, but an end market retailer. They make the rules, and companies will follow, or lose business and fail.