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Motion Pictures Should You Have Kept It?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Jive-Bomber, Nov 13, 2018.

  1. Hemi511
    Joined: Oct 30, 2018
    Posts: 95

    Hemi511
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    I've had serveral, people say they were nice... Then you move on to a new project and they tell ya how kool the 1 was you sold.... Why didn't anybody say that to me earlier. Onwards to hopefully something better. As we hopefully learn from our mistakes. image(4).jpeg 0131130956.jpeg 0422121809a.jpeg

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  2. I do miss these three. :( But you can't keep them all. For the most part, I've been able to hang on to the important ones also.:) But my 38 Chevy coupe, 37 Dodge coupe, and my wife's 69, {sorry o.t.} Camaro, had to go. The camaro was a black on black factory SS 396ci. 375bhp with a 4 speed. I got it for my wife to drive to high school.:eek: lol Our budget back then, { Life } wouldn't let us to keep them. It's always hard to see them leave. Ron.... 402.jpg 287.jpg 400.jpg
     
  3. RichFox
    Joined: Dec 3, 2006
    Posts: 9,763

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    Every car I had in High School. Mostly the 38 Chevy 4 door I got for $15 and flipped for $25. And my 33 Packard daily driver during my junior year. I guess the 34 Ford 3 window would have been a good one to keep also. And I did keep my 31 American Austin until 65. When I bought this 32 for $75. Kept it until 98. Set a couple Bonneville records with it. Sold it for $4000 without the engine. Might be worth more now.
     

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  4. 911 steve
    Joined: Nov 29, 2012
    Posts: 579

    911 steve
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    from nebraska

    should have kept my 1st car, bought in sept 1970 for $1000, ot 66 chevelle malibu sport coupe in aztec bronze & beige vinyl top, sport coupes had the ss interior with bucket seats, console & gauges...NOW I REALIZE HOW RARE THIS MODEL IS...had 327 4bbl, 4-speed, posi...similar car pictured is a ss396 with same color combo & interior, but not it.

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  5. 911 steve
    Joined: Nov 29, 2012
    Posts: 579

    911 steve
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    from nebraska

    also my 1st 40 Ford Standard 2dr sedan bought in 1971 for $200, 283, 3-speed on floor, rebuilt the engine, changed to a 4-spd, went to a 3" dropped tube axle, never got it road worthy, a friend had a very nice 40 tudor with a 409 & hand painted flames that I drooled over, his son found the car & bought it back about 10 yrs ago. another friend had a blk 34 Plym sedan w/ red/wht tuck & roll so when I bought another 40 in 2008, I decided to build a mix of these three of them. mine was the yellow/primer one, friends was the blk deluxe, my current car is the flamed standard, 305sbc, 700r4, vintage air, pwr windows.



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  6. boltupal
    Joined: Dec 27, 2010
    Posts: 258

    boltupal
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    from western ny

    My second car, A 66 Grand Prix I bought from Grandma down the street. 421 HO Tri Power FOT7F7001.jpg with factory cast iron headers Posi and 323 gears . Loaded with options I never seen before. Thats me in 73 !
     
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  7. billthx138
    Joined: Oct 17, 2009
    Posts: 366

    billthx138
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    My T Bucket was a fun car, don't know if I would fit in it any more but it was definitely a mid 80's build. filename-1-11.jpg
     
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  8. blowby
    Joined: Dec 27, 2012
    Posts: 5,980

    blowby
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    from Nicasio Ca

    Traded my '58 for a Camaro. Gave the Camaro to my girlfriend. Girlfriend dumped me. End of that story.:( Impala1.jpg
     
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