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The Bee was a lotta car for the money. There was more than 5 hp on your side racing the Coronet. Which was a nice cruiser by its own right. Not...
Nope. See post 58 in the 383 vs 440 GTX thread. You were more than 5 hp up on him. Assuming both cars were in good tune.
I miss him on FABO, he also did threads he called "match race" where he paired 2 musclecars from back in the day in a play by play style race....
Here's some good reading from an expert. RIP Paul....
Hey, it's how we did it back in the day. Minus the paint job!:rofl:
My hat is off to all you guys who didn't build Roadrunner clones! Long live the Satellite.
The exhaust tips alone make it a 100k car. lol
Just like the bad intentional photos. Photos taken at 6:50 pm, so you cant see the paint or interior well. A Kodak 110 would be an improvement for...
Now seeing that at the local dragstrip running 32 seconds would be cool.
GE Nighthawk for the money. Hands down. They were cheap and light up well. With Crackedbacks setup all the better....
Does that radiator look a tad crooked, or is it me?
That instrument panel is beautiful for being half a century old! It clearly hasn't been washed by many UV rays.
Yup. Not slicks.
Automatic Hemi cars had em.
Wow Gegnas Chrysler Plymouth. They were big In Philadelphia in the day. Frankford section. Gone since the late 80's I think.
I missed my share of telephone poles in my 68 RR back in the late 70's. That being said my Coyote Mustang would leave it in the dust. Smooth quiet...
You have an unsilenced air cleaner. Wrinkle black, never chrome.