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Originally posted by Storm7012
67' Vette, I thought your user name had something to do with a big block chevy. Tri power?
Yep. Even more rare is that I bought it new and never sold it.

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Originally posted by Storm7012
67' Vette, I thought your user name had something to do with a big block chevy. Tri power?
Yep. Even more rare is that I bought it new and never sold it.
Now you know I'm going to have to see some pics of the beast.

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Originally posted by Storm7012
67' Vette, I thought your user name had something to do with a big block chevy. Tri power?
Yep. Even more rare is that I bought it new and never sold it.
Now you know I'm going to have to see some pics of the beast.
Careful-----don't get me started!!
[img] http://i160.photobucket.com/albums/t178/427435/DSCN0116-1.jpg[/img]

[img] http://i160.photobucket.com/albums/t178/427435/C2C5andAppleBlossomsIII-1.jpg[/img]

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Storm7012
The Nove is just a small block, but a nasty one. It's a 4-speed car, 10 bolt posi with 3.73's. The black car is a 96' cobra. It's got all the bolt on stuff and a set of 4.10's.




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Originally posted by UCD
Mark Please post pictures in 640 X 480 pixel format. Thank You.
Who says you can't teach an old dog a new trick. Took a while, but I figured out how to reduce the pixel size.

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Originally posted by goatfarmer
Nice rides! One of these days I'll have to wake this one up. [img]/club2/attach/goatfarmer/Gar5.jpg[/img]
While we are on this topic...I wanna see more pics of the Goat.....:D

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Originally posted by sunrunner
Where's the SCOUT II pics???
Sorry Moderator. I've tried several things on Photobucket and selected 640x480 when I posted, but I keep getting a big picture. Please change.
[img]http://i160.photobucket.com/albums/t178/427435/2010-02-16-2249-31.jpg[/img]

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perry
love that scout ^ heres my toy
[img]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/april18ebay004.jpg[/img]

[img]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/pics2008029.jpg[/img]

[img]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/pics2008030.jpg[/img]
http://s97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/?action=view¤t=pics2008034.flv

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Originally posted by Storm7012
Sweet dude, I'm a gearhead too. Mine just aren't worth that much.
[img]/club2/attach/Storm7012/040409babys 002.jpg[/img]

What's in the 350? Ever run the quarter with it? I always liked the Nova's-----they were a no-nonsense kind of car and would go like stink with the right tires and gears.

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While we are on this topic...I wanna see more pics of the Goat.....:D
Here's an old picture of it, when I used to drive it. One of these days.....;) [img]http://ultimategto.com/1968/68h_00102_1.jpg[/img]

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Originally posted by Architectdave
My Scout II is over here.. [url]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=101731&whichpage=3[/url]
Looks like an early 70's Scout II. What drivetrain is in it? Yours got handled down which is kinda cool. I bought mine when my first son turned 16. Wanted something stout for him to drive in. It was a putrid yellow when I bought it, but told my son that if he didn't wreck it the first winter (he got his license on December 31), it would get fixed up.

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Originally posted by Corncountytractors
73 340 Duster,69 Z28,69 Chevelle,67 RS Camaro convt. New Garage slowly getting there. BOB
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The RS convertible is probably the most valuable and sought after car, but I like the Duster better!! That's a cool, cool car.

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I like the duster too. I had a 70' 340 dart way back and it was a bad *** machine. As for my nova's 350, it was in the car when I got it so I really only know what I was told and a few things I've figured out working on it. 383 stroker that's barely pump gas friendly. Big cam, don't really smooth out till you get it over 2500 rpm's Not sure what heads are on it, performer intake and 750 Holley thats all mechanical, Hooker headers. It runs strong, last year I replaced the tranny and rebuilt the rear end. Both after 2500 hole shots, just not the same hole shot. I took the Mickey Thompson Street E/T's off. Hooking ain't always a good thing.

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Originally posted by goatfarmer
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While we are on this topic...I wanna see more pics of the Goat.....:D
Here's an old picture of it, when I used to drive it. One of these days.....;) [img]http://ultimategto.com/1968/68h_00102_1.jpg[/img]
Sharp looking ride:D

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Originally posted by perry
them some sweet rides posted above ^, lets see everbodys hotrods 8D
Ya Well Perry or any of you guys Want to race? :O:DThis is my Buds 68 Lee It has I belive it has now 605 BB Racing Motor any you guys Up???


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