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Thread: Ok, now time for something a little different. Whatcha think?

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    Dave Severson is offline CHR Member/Contributor Visit my Photo Gallery
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    Car Year, Make, Model: '67 Ranchero, '57 Chevy, '82 Camaro,

    Wow, that is way kewl, actually it's beyond way kewl! Definitely time for a tune up and a trip to Bonneville! I know what you mean on the old flatty, I did one a few decades back for a roadster, never have spent so damn much money on an engine and got so little horsepower for the investment! I'm not sure the car would be "right" with anything but a flatty for power, though! I suppose one could look around for one of the Lincoln Flatty's and maybe watch the ads for a Scot's blower and.............
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    Car Year, Make, Model: 1969 GT500 Fastback

    I'm thinking a big clock key mounted on the back (billet aluminum from Dave K.) of the car is what it needs for your next monthly cruise in
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    Car Year, Make, Model: `47 Ford sedan, A.C.Cobra replica.

    We did that to a daily driver many years ago.
    Made a couple of brackets out of scrap I had lying around, mounted an electric windscreen wiper motor to it, attached it all to the inside of the trunk lid, which I'd cut a hole through, attached a plywood and aluminium key to it, wired it into the electrics, so when the ignition was on the key rotated.

    Got a lot of funny looks.
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    Car Year, Make, Model: 69 nomad, 73 charger, 74 vega

    That's a "bug" thing. This critter is too cool for school.
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    Car Year, Make, Model: 48 Plymouth, 48,54 Heap

    That’s really cool! Don’t think I’ve ever seen one like that.
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