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Old 01-10-2012, 11:10 PM   #1
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Show off your toys!

just a thread to show off your toys, here's mine!
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Old 01-11-2012, 08:44 AM   #2
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My Chevelle and my Mustang... My Mustang is my baby...
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Old 01-11-2012, 05:00 PM   #4
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that's sick!, I had the unfortune of responding to a barn on fire where a 69 chevrolet burnt to a crisp. the owner said it was a limited edition run, and it was nearly mint with 22,000 miles on it I beleive
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Old 01-11-2012, 06:59 PM   #5
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that's sick!, I had the unfortune of responding to a barn on fire where a 69 chevrolet burnt to a crisp. the owner said it was a limited edition run, and it was nearly mint with 22,000 miles on it I beleive
that blows... we are actually looking for a 67 Chevelle for my Father... This one is 100% rebuilt from an empty body... so it's not original... just looks original from a distance. we built it to drive. Haven't done anything to it in a couple years, I've moved on to my Mustang for a while... but I'll go back to workin on the Chevelle in a few years I'm sure. Thanks for the compliments... not sure what kind of comments I'd get on a Mustang forum...
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that blows... we are actually looking for a 67 Chevelle for my Father... This one is 100% rebuilt from an empty body... so it's not original... just looks original from a distance. we built it to drive. Haven't done anything to it in a couple years, I've moved on to my Mustang for a while... but I'll go back to workin on the Chevelle in a few years I'm sure. Thanks for the compliments... not sure what kind of comments I'd get on a Mustang forum...
the main thing to me( and I'm sure a lot of others) is that it's AMERICAN muscle, not just ford, and it's a huge plus for me that it's old, like original muscle, not this new watered down stuff( including my car, so done get offended guys)
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the main thing to me( and I'm sure a lot of others) is that it's AMERICAN muscle, not just ford, and it's a huge plus for me that it's old, like original muscle, not this new watered down stuff( including my car, so done get offended guys)
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Got a 68 Caddy deville willed to us from my dads step father when he passed. 440 cubic inch v8. Unfortunately my wonderful grandmother left it to sit for years and ruined the vert top, so we're pretty much working on it. A guy at one point was going to trade a 69 charger and some other old muscle, so I'm guessing the devilles are in demand?

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Old 01-11-2012, 11:20 PM   #10
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This was my toy, sad to say it'll be smashed tomorrow at a scrapyard...


On a good note, this is its's replacement!
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My old 95 GT and my 87 hatchback 5.0L
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My roush Which is about to get a 100 shot. And my built gsxr with spray

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Had a stretched and lowered CBR 600, an older one. Was fun to learn on but got tired of dragging the mid-pipe, plus that almost spilled me lol raised it back up and started reading/learning 'A Twist of The Wrist' by Keith Code.. If you think you ride good now(street or road course) read this 3 books, and ride the way he teaches.. Simply amazing... He runs California Superbike School, world renowned as the best hands down. If you haven't herd or read you should check him out.
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Here's a few pics of my toys
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Had a stretched and lowered CBR 600, an older one. Was fun to learn on but got tired of dragging the mid-pipe, plus that almost spilled me lol raised it back up and started reading/learning 'A Twist of The Wrist' by Keith Code.. If you think you ride good now(street or road course) read this 3 books, and ride the way he teaches.. Simply amazing... He runs California Superbike School, world renowned as the best hands down. If you haven't herd or read you should check him out.
The bike is set up for the dragstrip
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My Honda 310R and my first mustang the 1 that got away my 86 gt. and the beater Yukon gt
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Right on man. If you ever decide you want to learn to turn, or hit the street the stuff in these books can save your *** and bike lol
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Right on man. If you ever decide you want to learn to turn, or hit the street the stuff in these books can save your *** and bike lol
I will have to check the books out. Thinking about a 2012 zx10 for a play bike on the street
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I will have to check the books out. Thinking about a 2012 zx10 for a play bike on the street
They are $20 bucks each. Can be had in half.com for $5, it's actually part of eBay but for books.
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