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Postby zeke » Sun Jan 17, 2016 8:13 pm

What an archive!

Find Your First Car

Thought you might enjoy seeing your first car ad. This is really cool. Find your first car or the one you drove to high school or college; hopefully your car brochure is available. This has to be one of the neatest web sites whether you have gasoline in your veins or not. This is a website featuring the original factory brochures for nearly every American car you have ever owned. Pick the manufacturer, the year and the model.

Click Here:

http://www.lov2xlr8.no/broch1.html
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Re: Brochure Stash

Postby EVL VEGA » Mon Jan 18, 2016 12:19 pm

That's awesome..thanks for sharing.
It's got some really rare ones. Sent the thinks for the 56 Buick to my my brother. He drove a 56 Buick Special Wagon in high school.
EVL VEGA
'73 Vega Hatchback (former Super Gas car)
406 SBC, AFR 210 Eliminator Heads, 9:1 comp, pump gas, 328RWHP/412RWTQ (old heads, no N2O 1/17/04), 6.86 @ 100.8 in 1/8th (No N20 9/4/16), Mike's Trans TH400 (reverse manual), 5000 stall, 12 bolt, 35 spline strange axles, 4.33 gears, spool, hipster transbrake, linelock, backhalved, Alston 3 link, 100 shot NX Hitman+ kit, LC1 Wideband sensor, 31x18.5 MT Sportsman Pros, "Plum Ugly"™ Purple paint.
"Pound to fit..paint to match"
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Re: Brochure Stash

Postby bugdewde » Mon Jan 18, 2016 3:29 pm

1979 Firebird.....
Man, I still drool over those T/As.
Dwight

'73 Vega GT Hatchback, mostly stock....
'72 Vega GT Kammback, 215 V8
'73 Vega Wagon - Currently in Limbo....
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Re: Brochure Stash

Postby EVL VEGA » Mon Jan 18, 2016 3:34 pm

My first car was a 1968 Camaro. White with black stripes.
I still know where it is. Sold it to a friend of mine about 17 years ago and he still has it. He repainted it but it still has the same interior and motor.
EVL VEGA
'73 Vega Hatchback (former Super Gas car)
406 SBC, AFR 210 Eliminator Heads, 9:1 comp, pump gas, 328RWHP/412RWTQ (old heads, no N2O 1/17/04), 6.86 @ 100.8 in 1/8th (No N20 9/4/16), Mike's Trans TH400 (reverse manual), 5000 stall, 12 bolt, 35 spline strange axles, 4.33 gears, spool, hipster transbrake, linelock, backhalved, Alston 3 link, 100 shot NX Hitman+ kit, LC1 Wideband sensor, 31x18.5 MT Sportsman Pros, "Plum Ugly"™ Purple paint.
"Pound to fit..paint to match"
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Re: Brochure Stash

Postby Monza Harry » Mon Jan 18, 2016 8:55 pm

I have been to that site before. I think the link came from here, I don't know for sure, but the fact is, That Is a REALLY neat Site! Harry
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Re: Brochure Stash

Postby zeke » Mon Jan 18, 2016 9:15 pm

Link came from an email I received yesterday.

A lot of car information has been compiled on the internet by now - amazing.
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