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I'd give my left nut to watch that.
That car is a hell of an accomplishment.
Good job Stan!
it's probably a blast to drive
I just called Don.
I invited him to come to Ocala, told him the guy that built the car was going to be there and the car would get tons of attention.
He isn't interested in any of the cars history or what was done to it.
He's going to a car show in Lakeland.
He is only interested in selling it.
Guys like this are very bad for the hobby.
I agree. Those wheels shouldn't work with that car, but they do.
wow. just wow. lash is gonna lowball him too.
do we have a circle jerk icon : : ?
All us guys going to the show this weekend should call, and act interested, and ask if he’s going to the show lol
Scoops should be black....
Needs a couple holes cut in the hood to be effective ram air.
And much larger. 2 Hemi scoops would do it.
25-hundred and it comes back home.
This is an excellent candidate for a 727 swap. You could do it Stan.
We had our chance when it was reasonably priced. Anyone know what this seller paid?
It hasn't been reasonably priced since the guy Stan sold it to had it for sale
Let me edit that, Since Stan sold it
Now I want to buy "White Lightning", cheap compared to Stan's craftsmanship.
Those wheels would be wrong on any other Formal, but they do belong on this one.
Boy I want to be right there to watch... I'll give my best "poker face" while you're at it.
Carlisle events has a show coming up in Lakeland... they run an auction which seemed to be as much of what the show was for as anything. Last year, the Maserati TC club was the only organized Mopar group I can recall. I probably ignored some A bodies that parked together along the way.
This guy is hoping to cash in... I'm hoping he loses his shirt.
Hood is still available, and free to anyone eliminating scoops.
I would go $1650
Time flies April 2015 $5995.00
Rough Start: Screw The Budget, Somebody Go Save This 440/4-speed 1976 New Yorker!