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Re: The "Other" ride.

Postby cjbiagi » Mon Dec 31, 2018 7:00 pm

Well that is the thing about restoring a car like a H body vs a "catalog" car. IF you can pull it off you have something that is not easy to duplicate. Anyone should be able to restore to perfection a Camaro, Corvette, Chevelle, Mustang etc, etc. You can buy anything for them. Same can't be said for a H body, you have to search, scrounge and restore the parts you have. But when you are done you have something unique............
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Re: The "Other" ride.

Postby CDA » Fri Feb 01, 2019 3:12 pm

This is my daily ... nothing fancy ... 2004 GMC Canyon

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Re: The "Other" ride.

Postby n8thenetninja » Thu Apr 11, 2019 10:15 pm

This was my daily driver and weekend race car for several years. I had a 5.3l LS bored to 5.7l in it, and it surprised a lot of people. I eventually got tired of the stress of breaking my racecar and not having a daily driver, so I sold it and bought a 99 Silverado for a daily, and a derelict Vega out of a field in Nebraska for the next project. I learned a ton from breaking and fixing that truck, but I like my Vega better 8) . I sold it to a local kid, so I still see it at the track sometimes.

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