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I am Wrench409s daughter. I would just wanted to inform everyone that my father passed away January 21 this year. I noticed he had memberships to...
Look close, are those remains some JATO parts? I think there's an urban legend about it....
I wonder if it was W block powered?
In 61 the Impala and Belair had the (ugh bubbletop) roof line.
In 62 the Belair had it. In 62 Impala had the other roof line.
I can hear it rusting from here! ;)
Ha! I used to work for Max Campbell! Don't tell anyone! LOL!
Can't identify the car...appears to say 'Special' on the fender....
The girl is cute, though......
C'mon over to www.348-409.com and post it there!
I don't mind seeing any photo twice, thrice, however many times it's posted. I don't go through my personal boxes and stamp them in any way.
Who are you replying to george?
Strange two tone color scheme.
Got any photos or more details on the Z-11?
These were posted on GJ
Damn, how did I miss this thread?
I came across one of these 36 years ago in a Fort Worth TX wrecking yard. It was in very bad shape but was still painted up as the world record...
Crushed. Clay design exercises usually ended up that way. If it went to metal and wasn't approved for production, crushing was guaranteed.
Two things that always burns my bacon:
1. Hey Tom, you still got that Impala? (see my avatar).
2. Spent the summer of 84 finishing out the 33...
I've heard you could go blind just, uh, looking at photos like these! :po_O:oops:
Thanks, but I am not into social media stuff.
A photo by Bill Woods of Fort Worth Texas. This was taken in the showroom on west 7th street as I recall. In the 90's there was an art exhibit in...
One of my regrets is not getting to know Johnny Rutherford when I used to live a few blocks from him in River Oaks.
Thanks BSL! Don't know why I didn't think of adding that link.
California yard for sure (check the 57 plate on it's trunk. All those nice single piece bumpers gone to scrap heaven. Sigh!
Enjoy, what about the trailer on the right?
Great looking canook model! I wonder what the other end looked like?
A Toronado wagon????
Seller change of mind...
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