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Old 04-13-2014, 09:17 AM   #85
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1961 Ford Falcon. Six banger and three on the tree. Now fuel injected 302, five on the floor, disc brakes without power. No AC, no power steering. Narrowed 9 inch Ford rear end with 390 posi track.
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The inside. Real leather with mustang wheel with the original Falcon center cap.
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Old 04-13-2014, 09:26 AM   #88
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That's a beaut Don. Nice setup!
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Old 04-13-2014, 11:31 PM   #89
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Just for fun over the weekend I added a 150 top shot nitrous system to see what it would do. Mickey Thompson drag radials and the buttons pushed...I can light them at 65 to 120+ I've never been scared driving before. I am still shaking
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Hey, it's an interesting car, and you are enjoying it. Maybe find some information leads in this link: Carlisle Import and Kit Nationals - British, French, German, Swedish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Collector, Performance, Parts, Accessories

We saw a real SS-100 a few years back, and the license plate was "NOTAKIT"

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I can't compete with the real oldies and classics here, but our replica of a 1939 Jaguar SS100 is a bit unique and fun for us.... If anyone knows anything more about Classic Roadsters or this model which was both a kit and factory built, I would like to hear it. I know CR went bankrupt late 80's or early 90's and I think the building may have been used to build golf carts later on. Anybody from Fargo?
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Old 04-25-2014, 07:49 PM   #91
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Don't have any myself but we're in the middle of "Kool April Nights" in Redding, Ca and have had show and shines all week. Tonight is the big cruise and it's Raining lightly off and on. This is a very big annual event in our area and brings cars from all over.
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64 Willys CJ-5. I pulled it out of a barn in 1998 but sold it. I had the opportunity to buy it again a few months ago and have spent most of the time since getting it back original. I built a bumper to attach my Roadmaster but haven't towed it yet.
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We are still searching for the perfect motorhome, but I have my favorite car1954 Kaiser Darrin. It is the only production car with sliding doors into the front fenders.

The other cars are a 1931 Cadillac Convertible with rumble seat, 1952 Muntz Jet, 1957 Chevrolet Nomad, 1949 Packard Convertible and a 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk
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I can't afford the real thing but I did build this Cobra replica 17 years ago. It is a real race car with a 4" round tube fram and 4 wheel independent suspension. Weigh a little over 2000 lbs with about 400 hp from a Cleveland 351. We enjoy just driving it around. Keeps me feeling young.
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Still own it

Just need a mounting bracket.
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I can't afford the real thing but I did build this Cobra replica 17 years ago. It is a real race car with a 4" round tube fram and 4 wheel independent suspension. Weigh a little over 2000 lbs with about 400 hp from a Cleveland 351. We enjoy just driving it around. Keeps me feeling young.
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I raced a '64 289 Cobra way back when - have to admit that they definitely keep you "feeling young"!
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Looks exactly like our old '60 CJ, even the same color.
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