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Old 10-23-2012, 09:47 AM   #15
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I've got a yard full of wheels, but the current toys are am '86 Shelby Dodge Omni GLH-Turbo and Challenger 392 "Green w/Envy ed.". I also have a mint 77 Dodge Jayco that we bring to the shows. Serves basically as a tow vehicle...gets a lot of looks. Been in the family since pratically new.

I also picked up a '11 GT500 ragtop, but don't like to talk about it....because it's a Ford haha. It was a good deal though, and is lots of fun. I think the next one is going to be something old again, like a little Dart 340 or Duster.

You have any toys? Jeeps etc?
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Old 10-23-2012, 12:59 PM   #16
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Oh buddy, you have my attention!! haha.

Wow, what a gorgeous ride! I think I know that car. "Split Personality" was they they called it??? That would be blast I bet. I'm still a young cat, so my list isn't all that long. 70 GTX 440-6, 73 Satellite 340-4spd, 93 RT/10 are the big ones I have under my belt so far. I haven't done any extreme pro-stock builds of my own, just worked on a few side-projects with friends. Although I am looking at a tubbed/caged 71 Duster right now that has a built/blown 340, but is hallowed out for a 440, which he used to run.

But I'm torn between what the next one should be. Something showroom stock, or maybe a nice 60s factory Super Stock clone??... something prostock, like a Sox & Martin-style tribute car?? or something wilder?? time will tell. I guess it'll all depend on how many pennies I'll save up between now and then hahaha
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:43 AM   #17
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Oh buddy, you have my attention!! haha.

Wow, what a gorgeous ride! I think I know that car. "Split Personality" was they they called it??? That would be blast I bet. I'm still a young cat, so my list isn't all that long. 70 GTX 440-6, 73 Satellite 340-4spd, 93 RT/10 are the big ones I have under my belt so far. I haven't done any extreme pro-stock builds of my own, just worked on a few side-projects with friends. Although I am looking at a tubbed/caged 71 Duster right now that has a built/blown 340, but is hallowed out for a 440, which he used to run.

But I'm torn between what the next one should be. Something showroom stock, or maybe a nice 60s factory Super Stock clone??... something prostock, like a Sox & Martin-style tribute car?? or something wilder?? time will tell. I guess it'll all depend on how many pennies I'll save up between now and then hahaha
I don't know if you belong to racingjunk. com, but if you do you can see my car albums. Your right, the 63 was built by Rod Saboury in 2000' and was named "split personality" by one of the many magazines it was featured in. I just want to upgrade the powertrain as the LS-6 small block is a bit dated. This one's a keeper. After this one Rod built a six second 63' SW deemed the fastest street car in the world. That is the reason I bought the motorhome so I can tow the car to some shows around North America. I see your a Mopar guy, my dad was too, he had a 59 custom royale Dodge, 63 and a 68 New yorker but my first car was a 56 two door post Chevy and stayed with the bow tie ever since. The closest I came to owning a Mopar is this steel 41' willys with a 392 blown hemi which I traded for the 63'
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Old 10-25-2012, 11:27 AM   #19
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Nice coach. Love the green
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Old 10-28-2012, 04:58 PM   #20
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Wow, she's a beauty! Congrats and enjoy your beautiful Monaco. (And some inside pics would be nice. )
here's some
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Old 10-28-2012, 05:05 PM   #21
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Wow, she's a beauty! Congrats and enjoy your beautiful Monaco. (And some inside pics would be nice. )
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It dazzles. Someone loved it a lot. Looks fresh off the showroom floor. I can't wait to full time. The house if full of boxes, the MH is just out my window. Maybe I'll just call the insurance company and then the fire department tomorrow. Sure would be easier. 38 years of stuff.
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Really Nice coach, great paint job how about the inside is it as nice as the outside!
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Really Nice coach, great paint job how about the inside is it as nice as the outside!
Hope you seen the inside pics I posted. Finally got my door extended so she won't be seeing any more snow.
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It dazzles. Someone loved it a lot. Looks fresh off the showroom floor. I can't wait to full time. The house if full of boxes, the MH is just out my window. Maybe I'll just call the insurance company and then the fire department tomorrow. Sure would be easier. 38 years of stuff.
I know what you mean, gettin closer to that day myself. ENJOY!
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Hope you seen the inside pics I posted. Finally got my door extended so she won't be seeing any more snow.
Great looking coach!
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My toys when not out in the MH are 125 F4 Phantom aircrafts based in 5 Foreign Countries which I do the power plant consulting for using my 43 year background experience. I don't often get to experience the high pitched exhaust noise but when I do I savor every moment along with the smell of jet fuel, sorry a little off thread but they are my life long passion! GE jet engines are second to none Worldwide.
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