show off you muscle car or classic cars.

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  1. thefley

    thefley Well-Known Member

    I love old cars and have had a few older vettes and camaros (sure miss my C3 vettes. wish I never sold em) but I have a 68 camaro that is finally finished.


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  2. thefley

    thefley Well-Known Member

    ok how come imgs tags not showing up? had to upload attachments
  3. DaSchmarotzer

    DaSchmarotzer Blame it on me VIP Member

    There you go. :)

    When seeing your gallery on Photobucket, you have to copy the link titled "direct link" and put it between IMG tags.

    Nice car by the way!
  4. i don't own a classic muscle car...but i did see a late 60's Malibu station wagon today. you don't see those too often.
  5. SolidOrange

    SolidOrange Well-Known Member

    and people wonder why my username is SolidOrange. ;)



  6. thefley

    thefley Well-Known Member

    that's a sweet charger
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  7. Mada

    Mada Well-Known Member

    lol I don't think many folks here will have a classic car. But I like cars too, however I'm only 17 and stuck with a decent Nissan Altima. It's got the optional V6 and it pulls real well.

    However, if I could chose any classic car to get, I'd get a 1958 Buick and when I get kids, make them clean the grille with a toothbrush as a punishment :D

    If you haven't seen these kind of grilles look here
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  8. saptech

    saptech Well-Known Member

    Nice car
  9. Adauth

    Adauth Well-Known Member

    My Terminator 03 Cobra.
    Mod list
    600rwhp (592 peak, 556rqtw, 93 octane safe tune)
    Whipple 2.3 @ 19lbs of boost
    Twin Ford GT pumps w/ 80lb injectors
    Stage 3 cams
    ARP Headbolts
    Built 8:1 shortblock w/ CP Pistons
    TEIN shocks & Steeda springs
    Steeda shift knob
    Bassani Midlengths, O\R X, Steeda Catback
    10.5 Replicas with Nitto 315 555R Drag Radials
    Spec 3 clutch

    Soon to be converted to a track car. Thinking of going single turbo (maybe 80mm, not sure yet) high boost ,caging it and going for 9's. . Going to have to dump the 6 speed though. Looking at the 2013 GT500's for a new daily driver. Only problem is I know I am going to want to mod that too LOL. However I think I can restrain myself to intake,exhaust,etc. etc., small mods. Will be visiting my Ford dealership soon to get a price and details and options worked out and see how long delivery would take. However I am also interested in the BOSS 302's too. Will have to do some thinking as the GT500 and BOSS are two different animals,
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  10. olbriar

    olbriar Moderator Moderator

    My buddies car. My youngest in the passenger seat.

    Sweet Ride.jpg
  11. NightHawk877

    NightHawk877 Well-Known Member

    I need to find those pictures I took of my grandma's Duster before and after it was restored.
  12. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    Unfortunately lost all my photos in a house fire many years ago, but when I turned 18 in '78 I bought a mint forest green 1969 Chevelle SS 396 375 hp with deep dish Centerlines in the back with MT street slicks, Crager S/S up front, posi, Hurst shifter and a cowl induction hood. Damn insurance was insane plus I was lucky to get 12 to 15 mpg with Sunoco premium. :p
  13. PyroSporker

    PyroSporker Well-Known Member

    I've always had an eye for classic cars, since I was just 5 or 6 years old. I've always thought it would be fun and a lot of work to do a restore, maybe someday it will happen.

    We ought to break out a Mustang thread. There are more than a few of us around here.
    Wow. Would love to have that/a Cobra. As much as I hate to admit it, I have an '04 V6 - 40th Anniversary (because it was what I could realistically afford at the time). Looking to get a '14 1/2 or '15 - 50th Anniversary huge V8 version of whatever they have planned special. I'm anxiously anticipating something amazing that will be a throwback to the hey-day of muscle cars but in the modern day. Not to mention a Carroll Shelby memorial.
    I'll be keeping the 40th as a daily driver and 50th will be kept relatively special.
  14. MoodyBlues

    MoodyBlues - Crazy peacock person -

    Years ago I had a 1958-1/2 (as I recall) Triumph TR3. I can't post pics because its photos are in some unopened box in my garage that I haven't unpacked yet...since moving back to CA in 2006. :eek: It had been painted a light blue, and although blue happens to be my favorite color, it just wasn't RIGHT. I bought the car with the intention of restoring it, including its color, but we were really in no financial condition to do that at the time, so I reluctantly let it go. :( It had a 4-speed manual transmission, convertible top [of course], and drove like a dream. If I close my eyes I can still HEAR its lovely engine as I up-shifted...
  15. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    I owned a yellow 1967 tr6 for about a year, keeping those webers synced was a nightmare and it would run so ragged if it started raining 2 states away because of the crap Lucas electric system. My favorite foreign cars would be an early 70's Orange Saab Sonnet 3 or my 1972 Charcoal Lotus Europa with right hand drive.
  16. Davdi

    Davdi Well-Known Member Contributor

    NO classic now, but a few years ago .....

    Citroen BX GTi 4X4. (google it) I believe around 385 were sold in the UK
  17. h4x0rj3ff

    h4x0rj3ff Chemist

    this is my clasic car :) a 1976 MG Midget :D
  18. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    Another one with downdraft Webbers.
  19. h4x0rj3ff

    h4x0rj3ff Chemist

  20. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    English single barrel carbs, fun to sync, you have a single carb for each cylinder instead of an intake manifold. Plus they're more like bike carbs, using needle valves instead of jets and a float.
  21. BravoGolfTango

    BravoGolfTango Well-Known Member

    Ha, those were awesome cars, worked at a high-end mechanics shop 2 yrs in highschool, all he worked on was Lambos, Ferraris, etc. He had customers with collections, one being a MG, I had to bring it to the carwash, funny car, the steering column & wheel were cocked off center a little by design, tiny lil fellar of a car.

    My highlight was driving a 77 Detamoso Pantera, 351 Cleveland, yada yada yada, freaking powerhouse, I only cranked it up and pulled it into the shop.

    I did get to drive a 38 Anglia with a blown 308 on wheelie bars, that was the coolest job in HS, but he beat up two cops who came to arrest him for battery, handcuffed them to the hyd lifts (8 car garage), raised the lifts with the cops hanging, kidnapped his secretary, cop chase ensued, went to prison, freaking crazy dude, I'd quit before that took place.:rolleyes:
  22. BravoGolfTango

    BravoGolfTango Well-Known Member

    My graduating final project in HS was rebuilding a six-pack of these bad boys and remounting them back to their original intake, talk about "not make them like that anymore". I won first place btw.:D
  23. h4x0rj3ff

    h4x0rj3ff Chemist

    here is my step dads car. its a 1974 454 corvette convertable :) the one with the split bumper :)
    and only 34 thousand miles on it :)
  24. MoodyBlues

    MoodyBlues - Crazy peacock person -

    Really? Wow. My uncle had a red TR6 for many years, and he--and I--loved it. He liked to tinker with it on weekends [he was a physician], but it didn't have any actual problems that I recall. It was mostly stuff like checking its oil, maybe waxing it, whatever, you know, guy stuff with his toy. :D

    I have many favorite foreign cars. Unfortunately, they're all *WILDLY* out of my price range. :eek: As for right hand drive, I think it would be so weird getting used to that, but I suppose it's like anything else, practice makes perfect.
  25. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    Steering and the pedals weren't that bad but boy let me tell you, left handed shifting took a lot of practice. ;)

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