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Aug 1
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If there’s oil under it, there’s oil in it!

Aug 1
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You have no idea how relieved I am it’s not actually Hagar. I’ve always heard Sammy was a good dude and this was making me a bit sad, even though I’m not even the biggest fan of his music. 

Jul 31
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This is exactly why I quit using my R/C. Loved it when it worked but seemed like I couldn’t take it out without it breaking something, and I’ve got real cars that could use the money better. Read more

Jul 26
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I’m not sure if I should laugh or just roll my eyes and sigh. 

Jul 24
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Oh, if that’s the case then I’m not sure. I’ve never really studied them haha

Jul 24
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To each their own. I don’t mean to offend, but I can’t stand verts for the most part. I think the only three I’d really want are the 2003-2009 Vipers (childhood dream car), Ferrari 360, and the Ferrari 250 California. Other than that, hard top and post thank you

Jul 24
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If they do, they do it right after they come off the truck because they have normal lugs or locks by the time we prep them for delivery. 

Jul 24
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Oh crap why didn’t I think of that. The big issue was there was big globs of the stuff. The previous owner(s?) was/were none too bright.

Jul 24
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It has been a royal pain and Google led us wrong. This should probably be basic knowledge, but rubbing alcohol+paint= no bueno. 

Jul 21
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Quickest way to tell is that Fairlane is a two door (they did come in four door) and the fullsize is a 4 door (also came in a two door)

Jul 20
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Two different cars. Top one is a 1964 Fairlane (and my favorite car in the post because I had a ‘63). Bottom is a 1962 fullsize, either a Custom or Galaxie.

Jul 20
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The first gen Dakotas could also be had with the 5.2 and 5 speed, and they’re a couple hundred pounds lighter. Read more

Jul 19
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I’d get one if I had the money. I’ve been obsessed with them since the age of 9. Though I want an old Fullsize more.

Jul 16
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Yup, In The Heat of The Night (another favorite of mine thanks to my grandfather) was filmed there for most of its’ run. 

Jul 16
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I’m surprised and really saddened nobody’s started a Dukes museum in the Covington/Conyers area. I mean, I know it was only the first five episodes filmed there, but still.