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It has a 1965 grill.
Throwing a curve-ball at ol' Stray, ehh Recon? Lol

What sort of powerplant is in that Chevelle?
It sounds beefy enough to be a big block.

That's not at the shop.
What is that place?
Is that where you take all of the cars when the repair bill doesn't get paid?
It’s in the back lot.


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Is that a Z4?
I always liked the E36 Z3 Coupe. I guess that is another exception to my BMW list.

What were you guys doing to that car?
 

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Is that a Z4?
I always liked the E36 Z3 Coupe. I guess that is another exception to my BMW list.

What were you guys doing to that car?
It is.
Friend of ours has an M Roadster model. Which is basically a widebody Z3 with the M3 engine and other goodies. I like that car.
It was a trade in at a local dealer and the top wasn’t working.


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Lol.
Well that is a interesting looking first generation F-series!

I was thinking about doing that to my ramp truck, but adding a unpowered tag-axle, behind the drive axle, can cause traction issues while transitioning from a level road to a steep incline. Such as going up a steep driveway. Particularly, on a vehicle with a ridiculously long wheelbase. Plus, the damned truck is heavy enough without adding any more weight to it.

The exhaust stacks are a nice touch!
What is she in for?
 

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Lol.
Well that is a interesting looking first generation F-series!

I was thinking about doing that to my ramp truck, but adding a unpowered tag-axle, behind the drive axle, can cause traction issues while transitioning from a level road to a steep incline. Such as going up a steep driveway. Particularly, on a vehicle with a ridiculously long wheelbase. Plus, the damned truck is heavy enough without adding any more weight to it.

The exhaust stacks are a nice touch!
What is she in for?
I like it. It’s an unpowered rear axle. Though I doubt the truck have any problems with the hopped up 454 that’s in it. We finished the exhaust.


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