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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by soreshoulder, Jul 20, 2016.
Do you autocross it?
I would have to say the coolest car i owned
1982 ford mustang gt
302 5.0 dual snorkel intake
Black and red, hood scoop.
MTX speaker box
Metric wheels and tires.
Except I crashed it
Now my hobby car is a 87 wrangler
gonna toss a small block v8 in her this summer
Damn, I thought I was the only one left alive .who knew what a TR-3B was . I had a red one from 66-67. Got married, sold it and drove wife's 66 Mustang.( 6 cylinder / auto. )
The Triumph was another one of those fun car that was a pain to own. No syncros in first gear, snap on top, leaked when it rained, jack was a joke, couldn't get parts, lousy dealer. But it sure was fun!!
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No, it's a daily driver and weekend mountain road toy. I've done a couple of track days, one at Carolina Motorsports Park and one at Virginia International Raceway, and I'd love to do more, but too expensive to do routinely.
1979 Pontiac Trans Am
Crushed velour interior
Fire Engine Red
Passed everything but a gas station
68 Camaro I paid $400 for from the auto hobby shop on base, sans engine. It took me a weekend to do a transplant 305 into it to get it running, but then became a big block transplant.
Update; husband has 3 cool rigs A 69 Chevelle set up for road racing hes pulled the 350 getting a 454 built for it. 1995 Chevy 2500 4x4 Burb 350 with a Whipple charger dealer installed in 1995. Last one 1980 Jeep J20/1969 Its a 80s J20 with the dash,grill,bed of the 60s.
1) 69 mach 1 with a 429 super cobra jet in it, 4 speed trans
2) 67 mustang gt, that had a 351w put in it, was a fully equipped car. auto, power steering, power brakes & air. damn I wish I still had it
3) 64 Malibu ss, 327/300, 4 speed
4) 62 Impala 327, 3 speed
Still own a 93 f150 lightning & a 94 mustang gt. wish I still owned the 1st 4
My two favorite vehicles to date are my 1995 Trans Am (which I bought new in 1995 and still own) and the 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited that I sold to buy the 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited that I have now. I still threaten the wife (pretty much on a daily basis hahahaha) that I will own a 1964 Chevelle.
1965 Mustang back when I was a kid. I just bought another one to fix up so hopefully this one will be the coolest.
928 Porsche back in the day and currently my FJ Cruiser
1988 Saleen Mustang. #88-0132 (red) of 548 made that year...sadly no pictures that I can find.
Turbo tacoma crawler that I built a few years back. Was a fun rig that turned a lot of heads.
That last pic displays an "interesting" parking-technique!
It wanted to nap.
Quick oil-change, right?...Easy access to the filter, too...
Actually I basically had an oil change after this. Sat upside down for a hour and all the oil ran into the cylinders. Pulled plugs, turned over (what a mess), filled it back up with oil and wheeled the rest of the day. Little smokey though haha
It would definitely be my current car, a 2015 Mustang GT. This first shot is with a few guys at work who love their 'Stangs as well.
These are my two favorites!
Very, very nice! I sometimes hung-out with a guy back in High School who had a '57 Chevy that, aside from having the stock wheels and wheel-covers, was a near-dead-ringer for that one - outstanding car; later on, we went to the same college - located about 3 - 3-1/2 hours' drive from our hometown - and I would sometimes hitch a ride in it with him to go home for various holidays.
Well let's see;
1964 Pontiac GTO convertible
1969 Datsun 2000 Roadster
1970 Pontiac Formula 400
Jeep FC 100
1968 Firebird 428 HO 4-speed posi. 1968 Firebird 350 HO
I had a 66 Ford Galaxie in high school.
Put a posi 4.56 rear in for a while.
That was fun, but too much for the street.
I helped my dad rebuild his 72 Ford Torino when I was a kid.
C6 auto with a shift kit we installed
Put a limited slip differential in 3.73 gears
That was fun too.
2004 Mustang Terminator Cobra 31K on the clock
Still in the garage.
Still one of the coolest cars ever!!
Here's my latest... 78 SAE with 6k original miles.
I've got a '69 Mach 1 428 Cobra Jet, fully restored, and a mildly modified '14 GT500 with the TP/PP upgrades.
I used to own a '00 Mustang GT that had been completed rebuilt as a drag car. It made 1190rwhp with a 334ci SOHC setup, fed by a 91mm turbo. It was pretty cool but not very fun to drive on the street.