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Old 11-16-2010, 10:22 PM   #43
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Old 11-17-2010, 03:49 AM   #44
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Ray my friend, have I got a DEAL FOR YOU.
contact me by PM so we can keep the price a secret and folks wont know what a DEAL you got on this....... (cough cough)
later on, I will be glad to rent you the ''summer home'' up in the Blue Ridge Mountains. ..... (cough cough)
I'll even throw in the use of the ''Tiffany'' for the week you have the ''summer home'' rented..........lol........
all in fun my veteran brother
Be safe....
God bless our vets and keep them safe .....
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Old 11-17-2010, 06:54 PM   #45
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I guess my '31 DeLuxe 'A' roadster would qualify then, if we indeed have wandered into the street rods as well.

Small block Ford power. IFS, 4 wheel disc brakes, 9" Ford diff, C4 auto, etc, etc





It was just finished and licensed in July, tho I am still working through a few pains so have very few miles on it so far
Now THAT'S my kind of "antique"!

On of my major retirement goals was to build a hot-rod like that - but the place we ended up buying here in eastern Oregon has no place to build one, no proper place to store it, and very little local rodding activity or events to keep interest up...
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Old 11-17-2010, 07:17 PM   #46
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Now THAT'S my kind of "antique"!

On of my major retirement goals was to build a hot-rod like that - but the place we ended up buying here in eastern Oregon has no place to build one, no proper place to store it, and very little local rodding activity or events to keep interest up...
Ya gotta do it if you really want to - we do have quite a bit of local activity, but that was not why I wanted to do this car. Earlier cars have been several muscle cars and a simple T-bucket. I decided I wanted to see what would turn up if I did everything from the ground up - and I did everything but the upholstery. I seldom do car shows, don't belong to any clubs or groups tho I have done an occasional ride with some buddies (last car, not this one as yet). It was mostly just a lot of fun plus many, many hours (and dollars).
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If I wasn't in the middle of a divorce I would be buying this.

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Old 11-18-2010, 10:16 AM   #48
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Good Morning too all,

In responce to the oldies in cars when I was 15 years old my father bought a 1957 Chevy Bel Air. To this day he still has it. he hardly ever drives it and only takes it to car shows. once in a while when his little angel of a daughter is good he will let my husband and I and the kids go for a ride in it but he says no more then around the block but he always lets us tke it for a few hours. that car is his life his pride and joy. When my father found out we bought a coach he smilded and laughed and said now the whole family can go. Classic cars are the best I feel the more people that drive classic cars the more they are keeping the memories of the 40's, 50's 60's and 70's alive and going. i was not brought up in that time my parents grew up in that time but I feel like I know all about it because of the child hood i was brought in.
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Old 11-21-2010, 12:45 PM   #49
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Hi from the Great White North! It's only -25 here now. So, when its this cold, our hobby is jeeps, as we can't go too far in the MH.
We have:
1942 Willys MB- Was in France, as it was rebuilt by the French military in 1961. The brass dash plaques are there. Restored
1946 Willys CJ2A- Have owned it for 40 years. Buick V6, overdrive etc. Restored
1946 Willys CJ2A- Just started restoring. In 1000 pieces. Agri jeep when finished.
1946 Willys CJ2A- Next in line for restoration.
1952 Willys M38- Korean jeep. Survivor.
2006 TJ Unlimited- Toad.
And.. for the retired/tired farmers- 1953 JD R -to be restored this winter or at least get it running for tractor pulls.
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The search never ends!
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Old 11-21-2010, 05:39 PM   #50
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Antique cars

We have a 1935 Plymouth, we have been driving for 34 years. We live in central Wa. in the middle of apple orchards but decided to build my wife a lighthouse because while we were working we couldn't get to the beach enough.
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Sorry I guess it did work. We live in central Wa. in the middle of orchards and hop field so it was natural to want to build a lighthouse. When we were working we couldn't get to the beach as often as we wanted.
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Old 11-21-2010, 10:19 PM   #52
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This was one of the toys, 5# vin titled 23 roadster. A kick to drive with over 400hp.



This is one of our toads and what we currently are playing with. A 64 Scout 80 with 66K origanal miles, we have a 62 also, but it will be a total crawler toy and not pretty.

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Old 11-25-2010, 07:39 AM   #53
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Hello, I am a new member an just love this site. I have a 1936 Ford all original. It has a 85HP flathead engine its a 2 dr sedan with a humpback.If I can figure out how to get a picture on here I will post one. The car will be 75 years old in Jan. I also had a 51 Ford F-1 but so it in August to a guy in Lake Charles,La.My wife and I took the 36 to Cruisin' The Coast in Mississippi this Oct. There were 4,853 Registered Cars there. We had just bought our motorhome about 2 weeks before and already had plans to stay at one of the Hotel in Biloxi.
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We have a 1939 Chevy street rod,1951 MGTD,1961MGA coupe. Sold our 77 VW camper to make room for our 91 Mallard.
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34 ford coupe , 55 chevy, 56 chevy, 57 chevy ,67 camaro, 68 camaro,69 camaro,55 cushman eagle, 58 cushman eagle,
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The Eagles, man, that's what we need to see!
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