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dieselfan1

Cool cars that stop by my Antique Store

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I thought I'd start a new thread about some of the cars that show up at my store. Summer brings them out of the woodwork and we get folks just out cruising stop by all the time to browse

The cars are pretty cool but the people are pretty cool too. I have plenty of time usually to BS about their car and whatever. After all I sit around here like I'm King Schitt so I get to do whatever I want.

Here's a couple from today..

'74 Bug w/ surfboard. Cool car for the summer. Guy restored it himself . Had the wheels chromed. It was nice if you are into bugs.

 

Next up a '67 Plymouth Fury ragtop.

440 auto. Very lumpy cam, sounded extremely healthy.

I dig the Cragars. Nice guy gave me the the thumbs up when I asked him if it was a '67.

 

I'll keep throwing up the pics as they show up662d6e68cff16a6f42be609c84a87ee2.jpg0ed03a6bb70ce355351427e9e65589fa.jpg

 

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I didn't get a chance to talk to this guy but it looked and sounded 100% stock except for the Moonies. I'm sure it's been redone but it looked like they tried to keep it original looking. It wasn't a show truck for sure but a driver.

I'm guessing it's a 55' -57'. Anyone?b9efa21f690e8f274cfa811bef3fafda.jpg

 

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