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Old 05-06-2013, 01:06 AM   #41
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Would like to have my '77 trans am back. Bought it off of a guy my dad worked with, it was the guys wifes' car and she was scared to death of it. It was like new. Also my 72 Ford galaxie 500 but just because it was my first car.

I need to fix up my 69 ford pickup and totally restore my 69 ford torino that I have owned since 1987.

As for my bucket list:
1941 Willys
1969 Dodge Charger
1933 Ford coupe
Late 40s Caddillac coupe
1958 Ford Hideaway hardtop
and a whole lot more that I can't think of right now.

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Started with one, wouldn't mind ending up with the other...

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Would like to have my '77 trans am back. Bought it off of a guy my dad worked with, it was the guys wifes' car and she was scared to death of it. It was like new. Also my 72 Ford galaxie 500 but just because it was my first car.

I need to fix up my 69 ford pickup and totally restore my 69 ford torino that I have owned since 1987.

As for my bucket list:
1941 Willys
1969 Dodge Charger
1933 Ford coupe
Late 40s Caddillac coupe
1958 Ford Hideaway hardtop
and a whole lot more that I can't think of right now.
I actually have a '36 Ford Coupe (I think its a '36). It is a bit of a project though. Here's a pic of it.
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1971 Red Ford Mustang coupe that looks similar to the one below.
Same color w/o the vinyl top. bought the car when I was 14 years old for a 150.00,of course mine had been side swiped by a 18 wheeler .
We (Dad and I) picked up a purple frt. drivers side fender,a green drivers side door,and a complete yellow rear drivers side quarter panel,it was truly a car of many colors before paint. LOL

She did turn out really nice after paint with a new set of Cragars all the way around.

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well i have never really been into supercars or sports cars. now i like looking at them and would even drive one given the opportunity, but really have no desire to own one. i still prefer the older American larger cars. i like something i can work on myself and tinker with.

here are two i had in the past that i would like to have back. the first a 1975 Chevrolet Chevelle Laguna S3 and a 1977 Pontiac Can Am.
I remember both these models well and always liked both,really nice rides.
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My first car 1972 Dodge Polara, we had part ways do to overseas assignment.

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I actually have a '36 Ford Coupe (I think its a '36). It is a bit of a project though. Here's a pic of it.
Dang!
That'll buff right out! You've got a winner!
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I actually have a '36 Ford Coupe (I think its a '36). It is a bit of a project though. Here's a pic of it.
A bit of a project?
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My first car was half ford escort/ half mercury linx. Not a single panel matched and i had to crawl through the hatch to get in. I would NOT take that car back, even if you gave me the 120 bucks i paid for it. Since then i have had some dandys. A 2011 WRX i just HAD to have but hawked it cause the lack of ground clearance really got to me. You can catch a glimps of it behind the jeep I spent a year building that 89 jeep XJ but had to trade it for a beat ass 93 f150 so i could haul wood if i could have any vehicle back itd be my jeep.

Dreams? I want a superbee. Giant wing and all. Realistically, a 60s 4x4 pickup

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1971 Red Ford Mustang coupe that looks similar to the one below.
Same color w/o the vinyl top. bought the car when I was 14 years old for a 150.00,of course mine had been side swiped by a 18 wheeler .
We (Dad and I) picked up a purple frt. drivers side fender,a green drivers side door,and a complete yellow rear drivers side quarter panel,it was truly a car of many colors before paint. LOL

She did turn out really nice after paint with a new set of Cragars all the way around.

Very nice work.
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