Separate names with a comma.
I'll just leave this here.
Is this the start of another 300 page thread?
You tell me dad.
GEEESEE ......... I don't ever want to be anyplace where I need a coat like that......!!!!
How does it drive? Nice I hope
And its march.
Ok, enough of that now get back to work on the vert!
To be fair, she's always cold, I was wearing a sweater. it was only -10 Celsius.
Matt, Saturday Angel gets moved and we start on him again.
Today I threw a few bucks worth of 91 octane in a gas can and threw a battery in Dennis and he started right up and ran really good.
Found out that he's got a SURE-GRIP in his 8 1/4, so I'm no longer bummed out about him having the smaller 8 1/4 rear end.
That's great. The 8 1/4 is pretty strong.
When it goes 440 it will get a '68 8 3/4
You'll want it. Ether use the 8 3/4 or get a c body 9 1/4 there both very strong.
I'm assuming Nick was joking .. maybe not though
Dennis seems like a nice fellow. Bigger than most, but with a strong sure-grip! Good looking too.
Using Guy names is still, well, ummm... unsettling to me....
How about Denise ?
Yeah, I prefer female names for cars I refer to as "she". Although my 61 Fury is named "Virgil", after the designer, and my 69 Fury wagon does not have one feminine trait, hense the "Admiral"
Yeah, I prefer she too.
Never the less, that is a nice Plymouth and it's good to see a 4-door Fusie get fixed up.
It for these kind of things male names just don't do well to the brain when first heard.
I've always refered to them as her, or she as well. Except for my old Newport. That car was a dude if there ever was such a thing. So I can see where your coming from Nick.