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can anyone tell me how to change my Avatar? im sure im missing something obvious. thanks,
wow nice very nice low miles 67 R/T, welcome to FBBO
hi and welcome beautiful looking car there thanks sharing it with us :headbang:
Looks great, post more pics. to change avatar go to settings at top of page then edit avatar left side of page and upload your file.
Really nice looking R/T! yes post more pics for us to ogle over
Looks good! Congrats!
WOW Loubo40 . . . I really like the looks of that - SWEET ! ! ! Welcome to the group . . .
Welcome and sweet 67!
Nice!! But I don't think that truck is going to be big enough.....
Hi Loubo40 - welcome! Great looking car from that picture. Show us more and tell us how you found it. -=Photon440=-
I found it locally here on Long Island Craigslist. I bought it from the second owner who purchased it from the original owners sister. He never put the car on the road until the day I purchased it so he can give me a transferable Registration. The original owner apparently parked the car in the garage in 69 and removed the interior an stored it in his bedroom. Its a numbers car with all documentation. I came with an automatic, and is converted to a 4 speed with the proper console. I was given the original pedal assembly, sifter, and numbers matching transmission. it now has a six pack setup, I was also given the original carb and intake. the interior is not in the car but I have all of the parts in amazing condition. The car has all its original metal, the paint was refreshed. I dont have many pictures yet, here the few i do have.
Where on LI are you.
Eastern Long Island Moriches
i saw this a few weeks ago on CL...congrats!!
Great looking car! Welcome to the party.
Welcome to FBBO. Nice R/T.
Welcome! Dig the R/T
Gary Barbaras and I did a lot of racing from 1972-76 out a National Speedway. We ran a 69RR 383 bored out. It was great times. On the B-Body site you can do a search, I posted the RR under "Dose anyone know where isRR is" Gary lived in Moriches I lived in Stonybrook.
Great looking Coronet man!