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Posted: 8/16/2001 8:17:13 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/16/2001 8:17:08 PM EDT by hawkin]
Don't have a pic of her yet.. 1969 Mustang Fastback (Indian Fire red)with a 351 Winsor under the hood. Matching #'s, Just turned 44,000 actual miles. She needs a little work here and there and a fresh coat of paint and she'll be the queen of my kingdom.. So come on guys show me what you got... (I'm real partial to 68-69 Camero's, especially Hugger orange Z-28's) and thats what I was holding out for but this little beauty put the spell on me.. Later, Chris
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 8:20:54 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/16/2001 8:18:23 PM EDT by doggie]
1970 GTO 455. After reading all the how to post a picture advise I still can't do it. (I suck) I was the first to respond, so you KNOW it's fast.
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 8:23:22 PM EDT
Do HOTWHEELS count???
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 8:37:27 PM EDT
Me have no camera. Me have no scanner. Me have no pics. Me very sad.[:(]
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 8:52:07 PM EDT
1964 442 convertible. First year for 442s. I have a camera. I have a pic. I have it on a stupid Yahoo/Geocities account which will not allow me to post a link. Some hogwash about not being able to use the account to just store photos. Bah.
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 9:09:23 PM EDT
It's gone, but it WAS a 1967 Chevelle SS396, 4 speed.
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 9:20:46 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/16/2001 9:16:41 PM EDT by WWoodworth]
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 9:21:32 PM EDT
ahhh... lets see... pics to follow later.... i am the proud owner of an '87 mustang GT. It currently has a bent axle... (oops :P) but my mods to it are... new std compression 302 Trick Flow Twisted Wedge heads 1.6 Roller Rockers Cobra intake (ported lower) 70mm throttle body Vortech T-trim Superchager MSD 6BTM Motorsport B-303 cam 1 5/8" JBA firecone shorty headers 2.5" x-pipe complete 5 lug conversion 95-6 cobra rims 3.27 rear gears world class t-5 trans I have not got it to the track with this setup, but it should see mid to high 11's with no tuning... and low 11's to high 10's with a pro driver (not me ;) and some serious tuning.... I have kinda lost the passion for this since the local pigs have started "cracking down" on midnight street drags. We used to go out to a little spot in the middle of NOWHERE... it would attract hundreds of people... some would show up with their whole family to watch... some came to talk $hit.. but it was 98% fun and 2% not. Cops started getting sneaky and would block both sides and show up with ghetto birds... like they were cracking down on drug dealers!!.... they would ticket everyone "aiding and abetting a race contest". I understand when they break it up in Oakland... the oakland guys will do it in the middle of residential... but some of the home owners will come out and watch!!! :) There are guys that show up with 1000hp cars... when something breaks at 120mph in the middle of a neighborhood.... ugly.
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 9:24:26 PM EDT
WWoodworth, I've wanted one of those since highschool. Still haven't got one. Just picked up a 1969 ranchero to fix up though.
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 9:32:06 PM EDT
CAN I TAKE A PICTURE OF MY MUSCLES WITH WHEELS ATTACHED??? huh huh huh??? CAN I PWEASE??? JUST JOKIN WITH Y'ALL.
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 10:16:19 PM EDT
Funny, I recently acquired a 1969 Dodge Dart and I just took some pictures of it. I may post them tomorrow (Friday) when I have them developed (don't have a digital camera, yet!). Its a work in progress as it is still stock but its getting a blown Hemi. If you're interested, check it out at: [url]http://lewistechnogroup.com/69dart[/url] I'll post pictures there soon and as things progress.
Link Posted: 8/16/2001 10:32:38 PM EDT
I've always been fond of the '70 Chevelle.
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 3:04:01 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/19/2001 10:27:17 PM EDT by misterhemi]
Finaly got some pics, to post. Remember, I just got it and its a work in progress. First order of things a sub-frame for the rear and a Dana-60. [IMG]http://lewistechnogroup.com/69dart/69dart1web.jpg[/IMG] Here is the Dana-60 i'm rebuilding, *MAN* is this f$%#%^ heavy!!!!! - its about 170lbs. [IMG]http://lewistechnogroup.com/69dart/Dana60_1web.jpg[/IMG] For my plans, history, etc see: [URL]http://lewistechnogroup.com/69dart[/URL] Hopefully, the pics are the right size this time.
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 3:12:01 PM EDT
pics and details at [url]http://www.supercharger.net/members/david/[/url]
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 3:42:52 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 3:50:43 PM EDT
Neat car DavidC!
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 4:06:04 PM EDT
Thanks BigMac. I really need to update the site. I'm running a bigger motor and exhaust now. Still in the process of getting it tuned right. It's a never ending story [:)]
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 4:19:11 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 4:26:43 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Big_Bear: misterhemi, you need to scale down your pictures to smaller than 1758 x 1224. 640 x 480 or 800 x 600 would be easier on the eyes. I can lend you a hand if you need it.
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Yeah, I just removed them...i'm trying to fix them now. I didn't realize they were that big at first.
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 5:04:00 PM EDT
misterhemi, kudos to the hemi dart yer building. Reminds me of "Dandy" Dick Landy. Had a 70 Dart Swinger 340 myself. Racer Brown ST21 cam, 13:1 TRW's, Tarantula with 3310 on top, Hooker - then Mickey Thompson headers, MSD6a, ported heads, balanced, and all that good stuff. Then the gas lines showed up so I put in a stock 318 and sold it. Next came a 73 Powerwagon. Of course I couldn't leave that alone either so I put the 340 in to start. Got something like 16 mpg out of it till I threw a rod. Next came the 440 6 Pak, then swapped to 3310 for the sand dunes at Pismo and Glamis. Ported W-2 (stage IV) heads, 11.5:1 TRW's, headers, Sig Erson Hi RM-1 cam, MSD6a off my dart, and the usual balancing etc. Has posi all around. I ate many a Ford, Jeep, and sand buggy with that setup but then gas octane went to hell. Water injection put off the inevitable for a while but next came a relatively stock 440 out of a CHP cruiser. That's how she sits today - at least I still have it! Friend of mine at work has a brand new, still in the crate hemi he bought back in the 60's. Tried to talk him ought of it but he won't budge. Says it's going into a bucket T someday.
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 5:39:47 PM EDT
Hey Hawk, sorry to hear about the Winsor...keep looking, i'm sure you'll find a Cleveland.
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 5:45:49 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 6:56:45 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/19/2001 7:10:44 PM EDT by dragracerart]
OK guys my turn... Street legal... and goes 8.40's at 159 MPH... [red][url]community.webtv.net/YULLOSE/ArtsToys[/url][/red] ALSO, pics of a 396 I built for my brother's '69 Chevelle... Putting it in the car this week... [red][url]community.webtv.net/YULLOSE/Jerrys396[/url][/red]
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 7:25:00 PM EDT
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 9:02:39 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/19/2001 9:00:30 PM EDT by leadpoisonr]
Does a 1994 dodge viper rt10 w/hennessey 550 package count? I have pics but dont know how to post them. I can email them if wanted.
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 9:20:31 PM EDT
Currently under construction: 1969 Pontiac Le Mans hdtp. No pix yet. Former Pontiacs: 1963 Grand Prix; my first car. 1964 Tempest Custom Wagon with factory 4-spd; Dad's car I got when he died. It got rearended while parked, rebuilt, then stolen! 1964 Tempest Wagon for parts; it ran and should have been the one I built. 1964 Tempest Custom 2-dr post; my late brothers car I got when he died. A 215 cu.in. 6-cyl with the 2-spd. AT. This car would not die! I drove it for years and got rid of it when it needed more work than I wanted to put into it. 1968 Le Mans; almost ready for paint when broadsided by a kid running a red light and totalled. We all lived through that one because of the sheer mass of the car. Anything smaller and someone would have surely died in that accident. 1977 Bonneville; given to me by a friend with 68,000 original miles on it in 1994. It still is driveable for backup. I drove it for years and am now going to part it out and keep whatever fits my 1979 Caprice (only a few parts will work, but, it's worth keeping the ones that do!) The Caprice is bonestock and a great workcar replacement for the Bonnie, with 64,000 original miles on it. For a workcar, I like having the BEEF around me in traffic. The '69 Le Mans is going to be "restified" to a nice rainy weather cruiser and used as the 3rd car for backup. PONTIACS!
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 10:33:41 PM EDT
Originally Posted By leadpoisonr: Does a 1994 dodge viper rt10 w/hennessey 550 package count? I have pics but dont know how to post them. I can email them if wanted.
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Yes, email the pics to: mark@lewistechnogroup.com While you're at it, send the car too [:D]!!!!
Link Posted: 8/19/2001 10:42:05 PM EDT
Sprayboy, This beauty is staying bone stock.. I'm not into all that "lets see how much power we can get from it clan" A few minor things here or there is fine but nothing else.. later, Chris
Link Posted: 8/20/2001 7:03:35 PM EDT
dragracerart I'm curious what type of fuel your street legal camaro uses? I'm guessing super unleaded doesn't do the trick.[;)] Also why grind off all the logos? Little late for the sleeper look.[:)]
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