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    Thx for letting me know that. I'll check it out!

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    Hey now, I'm liking that "standing guard" attitude!!! I never gave it a thought about all the "other" kids hanging around my baby! Or maybe leaning on her....my temp gauge is starting to rise just thinking about that! Lol!

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    Thank you as well!!! When I was 17, I had a 1966 Cadillac sedan deville. It was 18 1/2' long. All chrome front end, 429- 4 barrel, power everything! Used to set the cruise control at 110 mph and that baby was liking floating on a cloud. And yes, your correct... lots of room!

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    Appreciate that Coyote!!

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    Oh no, not him!! Just think, could have a new grand kid, after the street racing of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69hemibeep View Post
    Let em auto cross your shoe box to the prom, its only a car
    All of my kids have driven it. Offered granddaughter a chance to take it for a drag pass at the last Trii5 Nats. She chose not to. It's supposed to be fun! My daughter loves my MOPAR, every durn time she drives it she breaks something. She has no problem with the shoebox, but, the Plymouth and her are a jynx!
    "But you'll appreciate me soon. You're gonna be hangin' on for mercy when I get this sucker rollin'."

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    welcome from California and thanks for your service Steve

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    Welcome from Montana
    1968 Plymouth Roadrunner 440, 727 3.23 SureGrip

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