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Beautiful car. Hats off.
KD.... Your car is gorgeous. Seeing past posts of what it took to get 'er done are commendable. Stresses my point on the completion of a passion.
I cant pick one...these are all from the past few years...
Surely not the best ever, to anyone but me. First picture I took of my first GTX, on my honeymoon, in 1977. Since then I've owned five other GTXs, but Diane and I are still married.
That is awesome!
These because I love front engine dragsters. Top one shows the smoke being blown away by the headers and the 2nd is an old poster I have. Cliff Ramsdell
Wasn't sure if this is an "own car" photo thread or just any car. But here are few of my favorites of my car and of photos I have taken. My daughter actually took this one because she's into the artsy look. This was from the Hot Rod Power Tour in 2019.
These two pictures are taken from the movie “More American Graffiti” that inspired a friend’s desire to own this ‘63 Belvedere. The Rettig Brothers race team team was based out of California. A few years ago a ‘64 Dodge D-500, also a Rettig Brothers car carrier, was found and graciously and fortunately reunited with the ‘63 Belvedere. There was a 40 year reunion of these historic vehicles and I was a part of it by helping with the display at the Chicagoland Corvette & Muscle Car Show a few years ago. I actually drove the ‘64 D-500 on the Tollway to Rosemont Illinois show. We stayed in the right lane but the semi trucks were non to pleased with our progress. “ Ironballs”was born. I did do a post previously on this site. I know this contains more that one photo but what the hell.
Probably one of my top ten favorites of my car. With my truck in the reflection. And the day it was dropped off last Oct . When He backed it out on the platform the whole thing shook a little ,,,,,and I about had a heart attack.
just out for a ride, went after pizza or something with the wife in the road runner.
Ran across this one out west, my wife is scared of spiders . Just a fun memory.
Out for a winter drive in the mountains about 1975. Terry W.
I like this one for what it represents. An American manufacturer fueled by desire to beat the pants off Ferrari puts together a team and rips the trophy from Enzo's hands.
This one is just neat to me
Those pics give me stress for some reason?
My favorite pics of the X - now recently passed on to it’s new owner - my lifelong best friend.
Here's another old favorite . Found on a S/W road trip. 38 Plymouth
I'll play here. Most are from 2006 and back in the better years of my life for the most part.
Sure do miss this truck. Should of never sold it back in 2009. Bought it in 2006 and drove from Southern California to Washington and then across to the country to where I'm at now.
Used to own this one years ago.