Perfect night for it here in Ohio.<br><br>Instead of a Rolls next to me tonight, I had this next to me:<br><br><br>Others:<br><br><br><br>The only Hemi:<br><br><br>Nice:<br><br><br>Work Truck!<br><br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Bryan: Liar! Take that back right now!<br><br>Bigger: those are great shots. That gold Pontiac in the back of the first picture is just like the 1970 Bonneville I drove when I was in high school. It was the old family car that my parents gave to me. It was four door though. I would have never thought of anyone treating one as a desired classic but hey one man's trash and all that. It could hold 6 comfortably and was a party on wheels. It had a 455 and we got it over a hundred at least once. Aww 1977. Sex was clean and the air was dirty.<br><br><br>Really, really liking the '67 Chevelle. And of course the GTX. Stands to reason no old hemis. They are up to as much as $275,000 at auctions.<br>Thanks Bigger, enjoying the pics.<br><br><br>
51 with a 56 Buick Century engine, Caddy LaSalle tranny. Belonged to a friend (I helped him build it). He eventually sold it to a guy in California. The pictures (restored) don't do it justice. <br><br>
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
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