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    Quote Originally Posted by revken View Post
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    If it weren't for the wheels on the Belair, you could pass this photo off as being from the late 60's, early 70's!!
    Nice combo!



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    Wife bought me this in Nov. for my 67th!! Dam she's good!!

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    The one on the left is an 89 that I built for my sons 16th birthday the one on the right is a 90 that's factory original and never seen a winter. Both are YJs. Sometime when i get the photos of the nasty 78 CJ I'll post those also.
    Now you have seen why I am Jeepyj!
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    Here's a project I am doing with my students at school. To make a long story short, we started with a refrigerated cold box, a pile of steel and a pile of 65 mustang parts. We built the car around the cold box. It is going in the cafeteria in another high school. It will hold milk and juice boxes.

    Here's the space.




    We painted the hood on the back wall.



    Here's what they will see as they walk up.



    A hot rod has to have a chrome air cleaner.





    Here's one of my main helpers leaning in.



    We did a lot of work on this. The students shortened the back of the fenders taking about 15" off.



    I am really proud of the work they are doing. We are almost ready to take it apart and finish painting it.
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    Both of my / our "Rides" (Parked that is, ready for load and go)
    4wd blazer for snow roads and well 4 hove drive for anything God throws at me, or i need to bring, he can handle most any type of ground we come on, and re-fuel almost on anything we can find, had a great GPS and cruse control (ya sleep and wake ya when we get home) guess when I think of it, theses not much that can stop him, he can take me, pack my stuff, and or pull you out of a fix in a hurry and sees it as a fun day, and if and idiot can't count legs we can get Really close for a good shot,, haha
    Guess he's my SHTF ride,,


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    Getting ready to ride in the local Czech festival.

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    My new ride I bought last week.

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    Wanted a Ducati all my life. Figured that I had waited long enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foesgth View Post
    I don't think this quaifies as a nice ride when compared to the hardware you guys are running. Meet Genda my 1973 Datsun 620 (named after the Japanese avator who led the attack on Pearl Harbor). I bought it for $300 and painted it in the driveway. I keep him running with 2 screwdrivers and a hammer.
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    I had one of these when I turned 16 built out of a 720 frame with a 620 body. Dang near bulletproof, as long as you had your screwdriver and hammer, LOL. Still have a spare motor for it floating around the shop somewhere. I sure miss that old truck.

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    Hunting Buddys

    Well she is not pretty but it gets the job done. This is my 77 CHEVY that me and my dad painted in my back yard,which is my hunting buddy. It took 3hr to paint hope yall like it
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    Longshot,
    Nice bike. I looked long and hard at the Streetfighter. I couldn't justify the purchase since my bike is in excellent condition and I have no real reason to part with it. I really like the performance and riding position of the Ducati. I've always been a sport bike rider (pilot) but as it sometimes does, life has gotten in the way and I haven't been riding as much as I used to. Nonetheless, I recently moved and now have a whole new area to take the bike out and explore. When my current bike (Yamaha R1) gets boring or whatever other excuse I can come up with, I'll sell it and find a nice Streetfighter. Ride safe.

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    Wanted a Ducati all my life. Figured that I had waited long enough.

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    My 1999 Cobra

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnman31 View Post
    Longshot,
    Nice bike. I looked long and hard at the Streetfighter. I couldn't justify the purchase since my bike is in excellent condition and I have no real reason to part with it. I really like the performance and riding position of the Ducati. I've always been a sport bike rider (pilot) but as it sometimes does, life has gotten in the way and I haven't been riding as much as I used to. Nonetheless, I recently moved and now have a whole new area to take the bike out and explore. When my current bike (Yamaha R1) gets boring or whatever other excuse I can come up with, I'll sell it and find a nice Streetfighter. Ride safe.
    Both are great rides. Im level 2 certified ducati technician and have ridden tons of them. I prefer the 848 SF over all the ducs - besides a multi 1200. Such fun in the turns with tons of torque. The 1098 SF is like riding on the back of a gorilla, very powerful and quite scary at times!!

    My ride I'll post up soon - is a cbr600rr ive been working on for a few years. Street fightered and painted her up, re geared and tons of fun!! Ride safe, fellas

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    Here is Novalty my 1970 Nova. My first car and pre-kids toy, which is currently in extended hibernation in my garage.



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    Some cool rides you guys are driving around.

    Here's my 69 stang. Nice matching numbered car. We drive to some local car shows and the MCA nationals when they are close by. Fun car to drive.

    428cj bored .041 over. Shortblock and heads done by Russel Baker racing in OK. Upgraded rods, pistons and wrist pins. Comp cam, McLeod 12" hd clutch. Imposter muffler. Tranny rebuild by David Kee over in Texas. All else stock. All the other work done by myself and the wife.








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    3rd one I've owned in 40 yrs....tough, simple, reliableAttachment 78121

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    Was looking for a credit builder, love Bermuda blue, and all the Z71 features...

    So....... "SourMashII" joined my world. High mileage trade in from Montana, and I love him to death (although the "character" may cause you to doubt that)







    and... he even placed in the local car show!





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    Great looking family, and the ride is nice as well.

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