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Old Jul 9, 2005, 6:32 PM   #1
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We were going like crazy all day today,,,got about 190 shots off,,,,going back out tonight and tomorrow,,,here`s a pic,,,and click the link below guy`s/girls...

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Old Jul 9, 2005, 7:33 PM   #2
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You have been busy,Brian...great shots! Thanks for the trip down memory lane..I grew up around that era of vehicle...Gts..'stangs..Chargers..beautiful wheels! My first was a '69 Impala Sport Coupe..oh to have it again!
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lisa,,,,a muscle car is only one check or loan away,,and you live only once....being an auto tech i can`t understand why i don`t have have one,,,so i intend on recitfying that next yeari believe.....free labour,parts at cost.....only thing hankering this is i`ll need to mow my garage down,,,and build something decent for the new lead sled !!!



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Old Jul 9, 2005, 8:44 PM   #4
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Brian..like you said..you only live once..and being a mechanic to boot..I would get one even if there's a new garage needed..lol. I seriously have been thinking of getting something but my 91 Celica won't die..it has 460,000 kms..so I rebuilt and repainted it with ebay profits last year.Maybe when it finally kicks I'll ponder a classic..a retirement gift to myself maybe..lol.Thanks again for the pics..it sure did remind me of growing up in small town Manitoba..all the guys in town had great cars..altho they weren't classics at the time they were sweet vehicles:-)
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Great shots, Brian. Those bring back memories.

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Old Jul 10, 2005, 12:23 AM   #6
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I had a '69 Stang once. Bought it new. Wife totaled it. Got to quit now before I start blubbering!! Great shot, and I envy you getting one to keep. Is it true that most mechinics drive the worst cars. You'll be changing that soon it looks like. Have fun with it and post resto pics so we can follow the experience too!!


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Old Jul 10, 2005, 1:43 AM   #7
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Yup,,,a lot of mechanics drive junk,,,i have a Dodge Intrepid,,98,,,no prize,but it`s in excellent shape with fairly low miles,,,but i can`t put a lot of money into something that needs to be driven in the winter,,,a summer ride would be a different story though...get the right car and it will increase in value.....these newer cars will always lose money......

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Wish you good luck on finding one and restoring it. Can be a lot of fun .


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