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Old 06-06-2020, 07:56 AM   #1
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Pictures of your cars

I see from time to time that people reference their special interest cars. How about posting some pictures. Here are mine!
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I donít want to bore you with my car but yours brought back a lot of memories. I had two Dusters. 70 and 73
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Cars

There were no Memorial Day car shows here this year so we had our own, just us and the dog
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My own personal distancing car show.
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I see from time to time that people reference their special interest cars. How about posting some pictures. Here are mine!
Love the Duster! My first muscle/pony car was a 1970 340 car. It had an HD full syncro 3 spd on the floor. I've been with Mopars ever since. Just don't have a classic anymore. I rebuilt and race/show my 99 Dakota R/T.
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Wow! Thanks for the pictures of your beautiful cars. Keep 'em coming!
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my grandpa bought this 1946 Willys CJ2A in 1959 when he retired to Lake Wappapello in SE Missouri. i spent my summers there from about the age of 8 until junior year of high school.

we hauled the fishing boat 4-nights a week
and some mornings, took the trash to the dump, loaded the back with bushels of peaches every August so grandma could make pies and preserves.

when grandpa died in 1978 i didnít make my wishes known that i really wanted the jeep so she sold it to my cousin. i asked him to please give me first crack at it whenever he decided to part with it.

that happened in 2004. my buddy and i hauled it home and i had it restored to nearly like new condition. orginal block and tranny but i had to replace about 30% of the sheet metal (surprised to learn itís a wood core) and the gas tank. we removed the tub and Ďsandí blasted the chassis down to bare metal and re-painted. the tub was repainted a few shades lighter than olive drab...itís a civilian model.

several months later it was ready and ĎWillyí has been my daily driver for around town in nice weather ever since.






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Love the Duster! My first muscle/pony car was a 1970 340 car. It had an HD full syncro 3 spd on the floor. I've been with Mopars ever since. Just don't have a classic anymore. I rebuilt and race/show my 99 Dakota R/T.
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Here's a few I've owned. My current ride is a 57 Chev Sedan Delivery, 454, 700R4, 4.10 rear. The others were a 72 Chevelle convertible with 396, auto, 3.73. 79 Corvette, 2010 Camaro, 49 Chev 1 1/2T former fire truck turned stake rack.
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I see your Chevy delivery and raise you my Ford. Unfortunately, I no longer own the car although I did have it for 34 years.
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On the track at Road Atlanta, and the on concours field in Hilton Head.

It was a great car, that I had a lot of fun with over 8 years, and made some great friends along the way as well. A few other really fun cars, but this was the pinnacle of them all for me. I’ve also had the pleasure of driving a fair number of other “ high end” cars on the street and track, but at some point it seems to become “more for the sake of more”, and I’m kinda over all that at this point.

We’ve had the BMW135 for over 10 years now, never expected that when we ordered it. It such a super fun car to drive, and wicked quick with the 300hp turbo engine in that little thing!

On the other hand, it’s a bit funny that I’ve never driven a Miata/MX5, and I think it would be fun to get one at some point when we’re done RVing........
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They are currently practicing "Stay at Home" as there are no cruise ins,
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