The Jalopy Journal
That truck looks great :)
And those Mopar flathead sixes sound so good too :)
I have always considered a special was what the sports car blokes called a hot rod
Great thread :)
Older Citroen hydraulics?
I have about 30 cars here on 3/4 acre (mostly O/T) It happens quickly
+1 The Shelby drop really changes the way they drive
I don't know if the AOD will fit, but a 300 with a C4 and tall gears should work great, especially with the turbo
There are quite a few of us here
That sounds like a HOT rod :)
no problem here:D
In the early Ninety's I had an OT GM Commodore 5.0 with a T700, 3.08 rear, and 205/65x15.
It worked well, first gear is low in a T700, and OD was...
A sad day, a true legend.
Lots of nice photos in this thread :D
Good Morning Vietnam had a '73 or '74 Australian Valiant and a '68 or so Aussie Holden, and a '68 or so Falcon
Like it a lot:)
[ATTACH] Here is mine
I like the big text :)
All looks good so far.
Performance make new ones at a reasonable price
Oh so true:D
Sad to see a car last 50 years, then get killed by a PT Cruiser..
My AA110 just required a fresh battery and fuel, a wire to the coil, and shorted across the starter. Started :)
I spotted the "A100" in a photo on the net taken at Motorex and thought "why didn't I think of that!" Nice concept.
The law has a bit to do with it too.
Around here 20 MPH over the speed limit and you are walking for a month, and 40 gets you 3 months.
Yeah, the Holden seats were the worst part of the car.
I always like cars with the red dust all through them, it usually means "rust free"
Nice work on the XP.
Btw, is that the same Liam who bought a green VG Regal from me a few years ago?
Yeah, çause a car that has a grille like a vagina should be pink!
I learned to drive in a '64 Falcon 170 auto, when I was 8.
Dad bought that car from his aunt when I was 10, and its been mine since I was 12....
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