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That was one great snowstorm looks like you got a bunch. I measured 13” of snow early this morning before the sun was up at our place. Now the...
I ordered in December 2021 delivery promise was August 2022. They must be more backlogged.
Yup, a Hemi Six Pack Buick Skylark. One year only. Very rare.
Just ordered seat covers this past weekend. End of August this year for delivery. Good thing I’m in no hurry.
Thanks for sharing. We do have a few mountain lions in our area along with an occasional bear sighting. Coyotes are a constant worry with our...
Wow. That is impressive. I’ll keep him in mind for an upcoming a body project.
Thanks for sharing. Rosie’s has a great breakfast! Wish I had known about the event I’m close enough I would have got the R/T out to drive down.
Yup it just passed through here too. We just finished planting juniper trees this morning.
Had just been watching the weather and flooding reports. Have friends south of Sydney. I’d better check in and make sure they’re OK.
Glad it’s flight path was north/west and not south out of DIA!
Eagles were great in snow! Really a neat car. There’s fixes for the plastic V/C. A later 4.0L would be a great swap.
Hummmm. Close to home and I’m sure I could find a suitable mopar engine.
Our son drives a 2014 Ram 1500 Hemi QC 4x4 and really likes it. My DD is a 2012 Jeep JK 4 door Rubicon. I like it as well.
Yeah. Too bad it doesn’t have the rallye dash. And stick is wrong. Also fender tag decodes as fold down armrest between front buckets. But, my...
Came across this ad on CL. Interesting interior. Have never seen a white dash.
I still miss my old ‘69 Coronet R/T so entertain myself watching...
So sorry to hear. Bill restored the carbs on my 71 six pack. Great guy to deal with. RIP.
Per the ad on CL the original owner died and title can not be found. Below is the process to obtain title in Colorado....
Local CL ad. Wish I had fewer projects to complete.........https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/d/grand-lake-1969-coronet-t-440-magnum/7237428884.html
Funny. Years ago working with our UK counterparts we used our Cajun tech as our interpretator. He could understand their lingo and worked both...