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Post by Guest on Mon 21 Mar 2016, 10:58

lol yup . bought it for 500 bucks sold it to the scrap yard for 250 two and a half years latter . the scrap yard was 10 mins up the road DROVE it there basically on one cylinder . konked out 5 times on the way but I got it there . aside from fracking with the carb every now and then did no work to it. loved that car . funner than frack.

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Post by Guest on Mon 21 Mar 2016, 12:03

Yes I hear what your saying Salt & Sand.

I no longer have a sports car but do have a full size 4x4 chevy pick up extended cab.

I usually wait until it gets real warm out an take it to a pressure wash an really get under the undercarriage rockers an frame is where I concentrate the most , each fall I take it to Rust Check an haven't seen any rust yet , knock on wood.

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Post by pinger on Mon 21 Mar 2016, 19:39

A firefly eh? I remember making fun of them, kinda like a lopsided sewing machine with wheels attached. But a friend had one and loved it. He was getting a kazillion mpg so I gotta respect that
even if it ain't no sportscar. I miss my harley...
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Post by Guest on Mon 21 Mar 2016, 21:08

lol yup about an hour plus drive to my favorite fishing hole and I took it every time . I think it cost me 20 bucks to fill it and that lasted me forever . it wasn't much for porcupines though . hit three in one night coming back from fishing one dark rainy night and they were fatties . you could feel them frackers role under your but .

no not a sports car but on the highway it sure as hell sounded like one .

loved that car.

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Post by 1993firebird on Wed 13 Apr 2016, 18:01

I might finally get my sports cars out.

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Post by Guest on Wed 13 Apr 2016, 18:46

great news buds . enjoy it.

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Post by 1993firebird on Wed 13 Apr 2016, 19:08

thanks , one is the wife's , she might let me drive it if I am good. LOL

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Post by Guest on Wed 13 Apr 2016, 19:27

lmao.

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Post by By the Bay on Tue 19 Apr 2016, 01:11

We could never afford a sports car .....Its sad, but true.... However....Thinking about the first car I owned, it was a 1977 Honda Civic 2 door....I bought for 325 bucks in 1990...And it needed nothing to past safety.....I loved it....I named it "The Beast". It went forever on a tank of gas. My boyfriend/husband decided to add a little flare to it...He painted it Glue Metal Blue and added a hood scoop with meg rims. (Yep, a 1977 Honda with a hood scoop).... that's how we rolled (lol) ...The Beast went forever .....with two baby car seat in the back seat....and 429,000 kms later...the motor blew up... So we found another motor, pop it in and it went for another 134,000 km, sadly we laid it to rest because that body was just too rusted in 1999. I still love that car...It hold a lot of memories for me...The first kiss to the ...first unsupervised dated ....which lead to the "Oops we are having a baby ".... years later we now own a crappy 2007 Grand Caravan with stow and go seating that no one know how it works....I hate it and I don't like change...
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Post by Rags on Tue 19 Apr 2016, 22:58

It is that time street sweepers have just cleaned the sand away rain took the salt away last week. Im lucky I have an old 1920s Ford Delership building that is my man cave. Bought before my world fell apart on the fields of Yugo. It is now my only salvation to hide from the world. I forget all the crap when Im there and when I raise the door and ride out on one of my bikes. On the bike side I run a 08 Harley Ultra and when playing around town my 1942 All Army Harley is the ride. I have 2 unfinished 1942 and 1943 Harleys collecting dust and Car wise I was building a 1919 Gray Dort boat tail Speedster it sites silently in the corner. The Mercedes sports coupe waiting attention in one bay and has sat there since 1995 when I parked it before I deployed. I did just charge up the battery and fire up the 87 rag top vette so maybe run it around this week. But my pride and joy which is rather foolish is my old beat up 98 GMC diesel 6.5 Turbo that I built to run vegetable oil. As a brain injured person I needed a project to try and work my brain so decided to play with an old truck and oil donated by the cafe next door. Took me 2 years to do it but have it running Bio Fuel now. A project that before my injury would have been 2 weekends took 2 years. Crazy but you cant quantify that loss to DVA or SISIP. Nore the pain to look at the projects I left 20 years ago and they still sit collecting dust... a reminder every day of how much I've lost. One day American pickers will show up and be amazed at what that old fellow left behind in his garage.
The good news is my new sport Cadillac goes fast as stink!

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Post by 1993firebird on Wed 20 Apr 2016, 01:41

Someone is financially well off.

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Post by Rags on Wed 20 Apr 2016, 06:31

Was Financially well off.

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Post by 1993firebird on Wed 20 Apr 2016, 08:00

understood.

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Post by 1993firebird on Fri 29 Apr 2016, 16:09

Taking the sports cars off the jack stands this weekend.

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Post by Guest on Fri 29 Apr 2016, 18:30

get er movin buds it needs it as much as you do by now.

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