Pinin Farina? in the country junkyard?
Good stuff at this one. And so far the only place I’ve sourced Corvair parts (they have 3). I visited Mopar section because my Vega-having friend just bought a 64 new yorker, and a Valiant in bare tin.
Also I discovered body code B1869 “airbag blinky light tampered with to fudge the safety inspection” is the rough english translation. Super 88 is very high quality tape though.
Once roamed the earth in GMC Trucks.
It’s a 1966 Canadian Valiant 2 door post. Being a Canadian car it’s a Valiant Valiant and not a Plymouth. 67 and up Canadian Valiants are Plymouths . It’s also basically a Dart with Valiant sheetmetal up front. (not complete clones in this period) My friend bought it from an estate auction as an unknown. It starts and…
To be fair, only 2 today, otherwise it would be “most tick”. Nitro was pretty good off road today.
I was vibrating on down the road. Washed them out during mother’s day oil changes. All is now well.
By far my favourite guy from CCR. Also the best guy in Blue Ridge Rangers.
not a wreck, not an over restored trailer queen, purple and just the right ammount of Ratty-Tatty. Mopars are not a fine wine, they are warm Schlitz. and this one is perfect.
So I went on a rant about stealerships. Am I mistaken? I’ve always liked the brakes a little dry. I find this Ford Dealer slightly more trustworthy than the other one in town (which is a Ford/GMC dealer). And them coming up with some bullshit tells me there’s nothing wrong with the car.
Dodge Nitro did not get stuck although it tried. It did not deserve the badmouthing I gave it. It may not be cool or good looking, but neither am I. and we go together like peas and carrots.
And a 2wd Dodge Nitro is useless off road, My K-car was better. Ford Tempo that doesn’t run is better, walking is better. This Vehicle, in an offroad sense, is tits on a phone pole, Happytime murders useless. I’m not talking going mudding, I’m talking barely going forward on wet gravel, having to shoot the ditch to…
Fatman and Little Boy, also a nuclear bomb.
A Ford “six door” as they’re called, although this is more of a 4 door version. officially called “tough box” 2008 only I believe.
Artists rendition of Dash-Rain gauge and bondo installing.
A Ford Lousville. It’s a 1995, but no different from a 1975. I dig the giant wheel.
not 100% sure what this started as. It was gone when I had a minute to go back and investigate.