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  • Birthday 07/24/1934

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    Springdale, Arkansas
  • Cars
    510 Datsun
  • Interests
    Road racing & autocross
  • Occupation
    retired

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  1. BETTER TO BE A HAS BEEN THAN A NEVER WAS

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    Airplane Porn (and the occasional helicopter)

    DC-3 / C-47 / Goony Bird
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    Car Porn

    Remember the "everything goes better with coke" rear plate?
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    Airplane Porn (and the occasional helicopter)

    Easy way to tell the B29 from the B50 is that the B50 had its large oil cooler below the engine cowling.
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    Engine Porn (beyond ... saturation)

    MT's quad cam / Hemi head Chevrolet conversion
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    Engine Porn (beyond ... saturation)

    After the war to end all wars number 2, you could buy the Allison engines from war surplus for penny's on the dollar. I had the chance to buy 3 for $150 total. A big number of them also ended up in West Texas pumping water. I never saw any of the Rolls Royce engines for sale in the states but I know they were hear as some ended up in race cars and boats after the war.
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    Airplane Porn (and the occasional helicopter)

    As fighter planes became better and better you can see how easy it would have been to shoot one down plus we had to buy them from Germany as only they made the really big ones. After the Hendberg the uses of air ships was doomed.
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    Car Porn

    Up gold fingers ass?
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    Airplane Porn (and the occasional helicopter)

    B-29 after a gear up landing.
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    Airplane Porn (and the occasional helicopter)

    C-47 / C-117 Goony Bird
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    Engine Porn (beyond ... saturation)

    HYDRAZINE will do it every time.
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    Engine Porn (beyond ... saturation)

    The GM mystery motor that NASCAR teams had before the 396's were in use. Engine was the mother of the 396/427 as we know it.
  13. Oh shit! Another DNF! And the electric's will never work again! (hint Lucas)
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