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Beautiful Sporty Low Mile Survivor 1975 Pontiac LeMans Sport Coupe 31K Orig MI | eBay

Beautiful Sporty Low Mile Survivor 1975 Pontiac LeMans Sport Coupe 31K Orig MI | eBay

Sucp_0702_02_z 1967_chevrolet_camaro_rs 327_engine

This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS, currently owned by John Munoz, has been passed down from father to son, but it took some time to get to its pristine condition it is today.

2014 Nismo Fiesta

2014 Nismo Fiesta

Look what my husband just bought me (and Hiawatha) - the sissy bar! Will be so much more comfortable On long rides (11.6.14)

Look what my husband just bought me (and Hiawatha) - the sissy bar! Will be so much more comfortable On long rides

1967 Chevelle, Drum Brake, Muncie Transmission, General Motors, Door Panels, Bench Seat, Headers, Sheet Metal, Seat Covers, Sheet Metal Backsplash, Daybed, Bench

Plymouth Satellite Roadrunner V8 Cabriolet - 1968

Plymouth Satellite Roadrunner V8 Cabriolet - 1968

Abel Verdugo's Dodge Charger With K & N Intake Shines in Phoenix Lowrider 2010 Tour -   The initial motive for going with the K & N intake was based strictly on appearance, finding extra power and a smoother ride was a big bonus for Verdugo.

Abel Verdugo's Dodge Charger With K & N Intake Shines in Phoenix Lowrider 2010 Tour - The initial motive for going with the K & N intake was based strictly on appearance, finding extra power and a smoother ride was a big bonus for Verdugo.

1969-Plymouth-Road-Runner-Hemi

Maintenance of old vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears/pads could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce

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2795759_e9391a88a6_low_res

There were muscle cars, and then there were monsters, and anybody who knows drag racing history knows that few cars created in the ’60s were a match for the Darts and Barracudas that Hurst built for Chrysler in the spring of 1968. Arriving at Hurst’s Creative Industries plant as partially-assembled 383 models, they left packing 426 inches of race elephant thunder, lightweight fiberglass front fenders and hood, a smattering of speed parts, and a disclaimer stating they were not for street…

There were muscle cars, and then there were monsters, and anybody who knows drag racing history knows that few cars created in the ’60s were a match for the Darts and Barracudas that Hurst built for Chrysler in the spring of 1968. Arriving at Hurst’s Creative Industries plant as partially-assembled 383 models, they left packing 426 inches of race elephant thunder, lightweight fiberglass front fenders and hood, a smattering of speed parts, and a disclaimer stating they were not for street…

Inspiration -- 240 Style (DONT POST YOUR OWN) - Page 99 - Turbobricks Forums

Inspiration -- 240 Style (DONT POST YOUR OWN) - Page 99 - Turbobricks Forums