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BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
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  • MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
    ooohhhh goose bumps!! I really do love the old cars and trucks. I love the shot of the Cobra you have :)
    Here is our baby :) Neil built it from the ground up 6 years ago, it took him 4 years to do. time and money do not go hand in hand :angry: the color, blaze orange, is in the gel coat, no paint :)if it gets a scratch we just wet sand to buff it out :)
    it has a 351 Windsor that has been bored and stroked just a little :whistle: and a 9 inch rear end with fat rear tires what grip quite nicely LOL :evil: Neil just loves it.
  • cookn bikercookn biker Posts: 13,407
    Julie, I do too!! Love love them! Some guy jus came to town about 6 months ago and filled a big a** wherehouse with all kinds of muscle cars and trucks. I gotta take some time to go over there and see what he is all about.
    Neil did a fantasic job on that beauty!!
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  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Very,Very nice. Darn, I had a nice Cobra but the shot was blurred so I deleted it. I have to work on the way I hold the camera as my one finger blocks the auto focus eye. :(

    Tell Neil, nice work and the same to you my dear.

    More pictures soon I hope.

  • Cpt'n CookCpt'n Cook Posts: 1,917
    That looks like a 1957 Porche 1600 Speedster to me, what a car. I bought a '56 in the mid sixties for $200. Not in quit that good shape though, Fixed the transaxle and did some body work and drove it back and forth to school for a couple of years. Couldn't afford to get the floor fixed and needed the storage space and ended up selling it for $800. Wish I still had it :(
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