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My other hobby.

fyrffytr1

Active member
I like to work on old cars. I have a 67 GTO that is 99% complete ( you never finish one, there is always something you can do to it). My next project is a 1950 Pontiac Silver Streak with a straight 8 and 3-speed manual transmission. After that I have a 39 series 28 four door sedan that my wife likes. It also has a straight 8 and 3-speed manual transmission.

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bootyhoundpa

Well-known member
That goat really glows.... your 2 other project cars appear to be in real nice condition too despite not being overhauled.. I guess some guys try to keep that original rough look showing all the honest wear.. I think they look cool either way...
 
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Kemper

Guest
Very nice. I have a collection of 1965 and 1966 Plymouth Barracudas. I have 6 of them that came factory with the 273 4bbl Commando motor. 2 are daily drivers I have tags and insurance on. Others are in different state of repairs. originally I was going to restore one of my 1966 Formula S cars but decided to buy more cars instead when I could find the right ones.

NONE LOOK AS NICE AS YOUR GTO. VERY NICE !
 

fyrffytr1

Active member
Very nice. I have a collection of 1965 and 1966 Plymouth Barracudas. I have 6 of them that came factory with the 273 4bbl Commando motor. 2 are daily drivers I have tags and insurance on. Others are in different state of repairs. originally I was going to restore one of my 1966 Formula S cars but decided to buy more cars instead when I could find the right ones.

NONE LOOK AS NICE AS YOUR GTO. VERY NICE !
You can never have enough project cars. I bought the 50 because I have always loved that body style and I got the 39 because, believe it or not, my wife liked it. I have them insured through Hagerty even though they are not road worthy yet. But, I had to insure them to get the registration in my name. I think I pay about $10.00 a year per car for around $3,500,00 coverage per car.
 

hawgdawg

Well-known member
Very nice , altho, I have no fine automobiles such as yours ,, I do appreciate , and drool over them ,, figuratively . I do enjoy working on cars , when it's not because I'm broke down in the rain or cold on the side of the road . I'm currently looking for an older car to spend my time on when finally retire , if I'm ever able to . Beautiful car .
 

laplander

Moderator
Staff member
Here is my latest find, not as old but lots of fun. Its a 3rd gen 1984 z28 "survivor" with only 60k miles. I found it in a quilt shop, now I don't get invited to stop by the quilt shops.;)
HH Jeff
 

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Nauti

Well-known member
Gorgeous motors........the Pontiac Silver Streak is beautiful....i would love to see that finished.So goid to see you keeping history alive:clapping:
 

colinwork92

New member
Those cars are awesome. Impressive photos as well.
 

zakariyapalmer

New member
My other hobby is soap-making, it's really interesting and the hand-made soap is much better than the one you buy in the store. I usually use the best quality materials like Soap & Melt White. These products are perfect for any type of skin, they make it smooth and healthy. It also saves money a lot :giggle:
 

robertshulten

New member
I usually chat with different people via casual dating sites as I'm quite a social butterfly. I like it a lot, there are interesting people I have similar interests with. As for me, it's one of the best ways of spending free time.
 
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