Do you mean Mackleatherdaddy?
The rust coloured stuff is about an 02 Civic, the not rust colour is my driveway.
Halfway to a new Fargo Water Pump!
What are some of the other things that “Car guys” Can’t spell?
This is not the actual truck, but how it looked in my pickup truck dreams.
U.K. Oppos hear me out. The First time I saw Boris, I thought ‘That’s obviously Worzel Gummidge in a suit.’
A pretty cool fleet of junk down on the little shop of horrors today.
Now with BLUE HOOD!
It drives big. its block is big. It has dodge stratus seats. 2 out of 3 ain’t bad. Its a 68 newport custom a friend bought. Supposedly a 4 barrel 383, but upon closer inspection it is a later 400 engine. Runs and drives very well. It is not fast. I came over to see it and ended up shining up some of the chrome and…
And nothing rhymes with Saskatchewan, so this limerick will be aborted at this time.
Has a functioning opening/closing frunklid. (with frame machine grade panel gap issues) And RUNS! Application of throttle causes a stream of gasoline to pour out on the crank pulley, causing squeakiness and redistribution of gasoline in all directions, but it runs. I’ve tightened that fuel pump housing as tight as it…
easy INDOOR fun. I’m a huge tool. Ice cream was purchased following the shark debacle. If found please send back to Saskatchewan, ask for Dash.
After a year of scouring the rural junkyards, I eventually went back and got parts off the one that was badly burned/melted. These cars are just not out there. Early models all over the place.
Reed Lake Sask, the one with a dirt road in the middle of it.
Thanks for all the hot dogs, Elvis Presley, Dodge Challengers, Beach Boys songs, Rocky and Bullwinkle, and all that other good stuff.
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.