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17 hours ago, a.d._510_n_ok said:

1st gen skylarks and tempests looked a lot alike but they left very different tire tracks.

 

 

 

 

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13 hours ago, a.d._510_n_ok said:

1st gen skylarks and tempests looked a lot alike but they left very different tire tracks.

 

 

 

Up to and through the 1960's the individual automakers under the GM umbrella were much more autonomous with their own mechanicals and chassis/body platforms than the different brands under the Ford Corp. and Chrysler Corp. umbrellas. There was some sharing of body structures between some of the GM makes but, for the most part, most of the drivetrain components were unique to the individual makers. Started changing for GM as time moved on into the 70's.

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3 hours ago, a.d._510_n_ok said:

 

ratpatrol66, here's the sister to it I mentioned.

 

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Now that there is a 'Barn-Less' Find !!

 

Wonder of wonders; just walked in the living room and wifey is watching a 70'ish film named 'Family Plot'  with Bruce Dern and Karen Black and there is an early Tempest convertible in it. You can't make this SH1T up !!

 

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13 hours ago, a.d._510_n_ok said:

 

ratpatrol66, here's the sister to it I mentioned.

 

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I would buy that car for a dollar if close to me. Sadly that will rust back into the earth. Get that grille if you can?

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On 1/11/2021 at 11:17 PM, ratpatrol66 said:

When I moved here...Western-CO,,,land that was, how would you say, "Indian-Given" to the Utes, the word Ute is fairly common.  We got a call at the office and somebody at "Youth Counseling" wanted to talk to Kris.  I took the message, I told her to call  ??? at UTE Counseling, which is a possible name, in a stretch sizable part of CO and UT (home of a college whose mascot is named after a tribe, and that tribe has told the NCAA, leave them alone.  We like them being called the Utes).  Never-the-less, they got a good laugh about it in the office, about Ute Counsoling, at my expense.

 

BTW, did you hear about the gynecologist, that had a hard day at the orifice?

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4 hours ago, Stinky said:

 

BTW, did you hear about the gynecologist, that had a hard day at the orifice?

 

I'm not even sure what to think of you having quoted me and mixed up your words into mine?

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17 minutes ago, DaBlist said:

 

Bananahamuck was a cute little guy. Time is so cruel

 

 

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I know, right?

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On 1/17/2021 at 12:48 AM, VFR800 said:

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               My Dad had a '32 Cabriolet like that,in near perfect condition,

except it had dual side mounted tires.

              He paid $2500 for it in 1972,& sold it for almost $25,000 about

25 years later.

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4 hours ago, BrothersGarage said:

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love Cressies. had an elderly man locally drove around in a red wagon with this front end when I was a kid. it's the first Japanese luxury car I ever knew existed.

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