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Angela

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About Angela

  • Rank
    Wagon Chick
  • Birthday 05/11/1967

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    plumloca@msn.com

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    California
  • Cars
    1971 510 Wagon, 1970 521 Truck, 2002 Toyota Tacoma PreRunner
  • Interests
    Datsuns, Car Culture, Road Trips, Swap Meets, Camping, fishing, BBQ, Wine Tasting, Cards, Beach, Fun
  • Occupation
    Marriage & Family Therapist

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  1. Yup! I got my brother Michael into Datsuns now😈
  2. Hey, I know that wagon😍 Great event. See ya there Randy. I'll be there in my 521 pick up & my 510 wagon this year.
  3. Angela

    mrbigtankers 521

    Trailer? Ha! Tanker just hoists it over his shoulder & carries it😝
  4. http://imgur.com/gallery/XqAMbRY
  5. Hitting the road in just a few hours... Let's light this candle folks!
  6. I completely rebuilt my heater assembly & duct work, replaced/greased wheel bearings all the way around, valve adjustment, carbs tuned, oil & fluids replaced...including diff. A quick wash & packing the wagon up & heading up the coast Wednesday from Central Cali Edit: And...Installed CB RADIO & antenna, fixed horn, replaced failed glove box, 1 rotor resurfaced. Top still rattle-canned & tinted side windows myself (& boy, does it show) but hey, WTF? I might get pulled over & have to rip it off before I hit the State line. Like you said Mike..."20 feet at 25 mph...looks good" SAFE TRAVELS Y'ALL! :thumbup:
  7. Got my Goon just about dialed in. My buddy & I decided to go Old Skool for real & are doing this camp/road trip with CB Radios! I am SO looking forward to this as it is the 1st vacation I've had in a very long time. I can't think of a better way to use up my accrued sick time & return broke as hell...until I can save up enough to do it all again next year
  8. There's a special place in HELL for Datsun thieves :devil: Praying for the safe return of your ride. Please keep us posted.
  9. Well, Hector got a shout out on the show for selling his repop emblems to JDM Legends. Congrat$ Hector..."out in California" (Your emblems are very well done btw) As far as the show itself...meh. Mostly disappointing & same stale template as the rest.
  10. Thanks Randy, it was really fun hanging out with you, Jacque & your crew. Congratulations on your Bluebird WIN! I'm planning on bringing "Billie Jean" my 521 next year & we're doin Hitching Post for dinner/drinks from now...on : )
  11. "Cops seize $130,000 Nissan Skyline GT-R at car show and the story is wild" (seems some Japanese car importers were involved & ownership is being questioned...) https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/enthusiasts/cops-seize-dollar130000-nissan-skyline-gt-r-at-car-show-and-the-story-is-wild/ar-AAwoxv9?li=BBnb7Kz
  12. Here's the link to many more pics from the actual show on Saturday. Great turn out. https://imgur.com/a/RYe6FRD
  13. I have more pics but it will only let me post so many. I don't want to add clutter with a new post but I want to share some oics. Help?
  14. Friday night's "Meet & Greet" OICS! Tried to post all pics but it wouldn't let me so my apologies in advance for the stupid link. https://imgur.com/a/aQshMEv
  15. Seriously? Just reminds me how much I love Ratsun & the ways of Ratsun. "Built, not Bought" "JDM Legends is world famous for its restorations of vintage Japanese cars. For your satisfaction and the nature of our high quality builds, we can only take on the most serious of projects and are typically booked out quite a ways. These projects can require a lot of time and money and as such, we require a committed customer to see these vehicles through till the end. ***IF YOU CANNOT ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS, WE WILL NOT PROCESS YOUR APPLICATION AND YOU WILL RECEIVE NO REPLY.*** 1) I realize the minimum cost for a restoration is a glass-out respray at $15,000 USD. Typical restorations range from $30,000-$50,000 with high end restorations (for example a Hakosuka GT-R) going as high $75,000 2) I realize that JDM Legends specialty hourly shop rate is $120 an hour. This does not include sublet labor from outside contractors such as a powder coater for, example. Those rates may vary. 3) I realize that from a glass-out respray to a complete frame-up restoration can take anywhere from 6 months to a year to complete. 4) I realize that restoration cost can vary based on customer needs and unforeseen issues, leaving any type of quote void of any contractual merit. 5) I realize that JDM Legends may currently be booked out and may not be able to start my restoration for 6 months to a year. 6) I realize JDM Legends only restores Japanese cars from the 1960s-1990s. 7) I realize as a small specialty shop, JDM Legends only accepts so many restorations per calendar year and I may receive no reply if my application is not a good fit. My application will remain on file until I can reapply next calendar year. 8) I realize that the more information I put on this form, the better my chances are for being selected. Do you agree to the above terms?
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