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Post A Picture Of Your Ride!!!

Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Tony, Jun 10, 2018.

  1. Tony

    Tony Administrator Staff Member

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    This is what my car looked like when I first picked it up. Only had one gear in the trans and the opti was shot...

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    And after some TLC and removing those horrible fog lights...

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    Put some different wheels on her....
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    And after a little more time and some new wheels, didn't like those last ones lol (thanks @Paulster2)

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    And of course a little Clean Engine Pronz..... It doesn't look like this now though... lmao.

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    Am I the only one that has a ride? C'mon, post up your rides!!!
     
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    I had an 83 trans am 400 small smallblock speed demon carb eaten possi pack 373 ring gear and pinion 5 speed borgwarner pace car transmission it's gone , I had an el camino, I miss it, I have an SUV and a van, lol I need a project car to build
     
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    This is my 1934 Ford 2dr sdn It has a 87 vette tpi 350 , turbo 400 ,81 vette rear suspension, Mustang II front suspension with willwood disc,power rack & pinion , vintage air, rostra cruise , hydraboost power brakes and more
    I have more pictures but need to find them
     
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    Sometimes, the family wins lol. But yes, you definitely need to get a new project! I love projects!

    That is one awesome looking car! Did you build this one?
     
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    Yes I did all but paint and upholstery and am getting ready to re do the paint and upholstery myself

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    Playing with the files on that site you have your pictures on. It was not showing the images because it was missing the last set of numbers (specific to the photo) and it was also missing the .jpg which tells the system what kind of file it is. The first picture I just went to the address which took me to that album you have showing all the pics. The second one I right clicked on the image and selected "Copy Image URL". From there I clicked on the little postcard looking icon (6th from the right at the top of this reply box I'm typing in) and put that URL I copied in there and boom, it shows up.

    Way overly complicated lol. I remember the days when websites would give you the forum embed codes and all you had to do was copy and paste a URL.

    But that is awesome that you did that car. I always appreciate an owner that does the work way more than those that buy a Boyd car or something. Absolutely awesome!!!!
     

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