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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dog427435, Dec 18, 2009.
Who built the flat-twelve Zephyr rail??
edit: I did some enquiries and guess what, It was also built by the McConnachie Brothers.
It seems like they were quite innovative engineers as well as racers
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I sure would like to know more about this operation. Interesting Falcon withe left hand drive.
All the same car
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Thanks for that memory Deuce Daddy. When I was a kid my great Aunt and Uncle had a farm which had a sulphur water well and the house stank of it. Even thought they said it was ok to drink I couldn't understand that cause all the taps in their house turned black from it. But they both lived into their nineties. I can't even imagine trying to explain sulphur water to kids today.
Same here. I grew up on well water, still have it in fact. And there's nothing better than good well water. As a kid, one of my friend's had that gawd-awful sulphur water at there house. Kool-Aid couldn't even make me stomach the swill....nada.
The chrome center artillery wheels make this 34 look amazing!
When I was a freshman in high school, a senior had a white ‘61 Impala 2dr hardtop that was super clean and had Ansen slot wheels. White with blue interior and blue side insert. I assumed it had a hot V8; I was shocked to hear it drive by one day and realized it was a six!
In my younger days, I didn’t have much use for straight sixes, particularly 235s. When I see a survivor like this nowadays, I’m likely to spend more time checking it out than I will on the next tricked out, snazzy rod I encounter. Go figure.
Windows down during transport in shitty weather?
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