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Unread 2021-01-13, 06:58 PM   #51
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Built motor, built tranny, suspension, brakes, whipple. Low boost it's 700-ish. Higher boost this spring it should be 950+.
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Built motor, built tranny, suspension, brakes, whipple. Low boost it's 700-ish. Higher boost this spring it should be 950+.

Can't wait for spring to roll around and our group to hit the streets
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I still have my Camaro, haven't done much with it in quite some time but it still runs and drives.
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I still have my Camaro, haven't done much with it in quite some time but it still runs and drives.
Sell me that 2OTL and I'll toss it on the '71.
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It's not JW fast but 400hp range is fast enough for me.



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Trying to drive it as much as possible when the weather cooperates.

SBE LQ4, TSP CNC & milled heads, TSP 224r baby cam, Squishy tune. She runs pretty good. In need of a procharger though

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Certainly nothing fast anymore... But I'm really enjoying the build process on this old thing.

1978 C10 Scottsdale
350/350 factory A/C truck
Pretty much 1 owner, bought from my dealership (W-K Chevy) When it was in cole camp, Mo in 1978.

It was restored in the 1990's, with all new GM sheet metal, a great paintjob, and absolutely no rust, driven till around 2001, then the motor popped and it was sold to a friend who had it in his barn until June of 2016 when I got it.

It had no motor when I got it, so I threw a 325 SBC in it, new brakes, new lines, new interior, sound deadening, new suspension with a 5/7 drop and a small notch. It has a small cam, holley carb, long tubes, stall and a shift kit now. I upgraded the steering with a close ration borgeson box and universal steering shaft, GIANT sway bars front and rear... it has NO lean.. lol pretty cool to drive. i put all new glass in it and ditched the rear slider window, all the paint ever needed was a good wash, did very little buffing and it cleaned up wonderfully, and I drive it nearly every day!

Still much more to do on it... need a locker, finish the interior with a dark brown seat since I did all saddle tan with the rest of the guts, redo the exhaust to tuck things up a little since it is so low. I got a trans crossmember that has hoops for the exhaust so I can tuck everything up a little better even with longtubes.

Anyhow, glad to be back!
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All these old Chebs. I'm gonna go drool on my old Ferd.


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Certainly nothing fast anymore... But I'm really enjoying the build process on this old thing.

1978 C10 Scottsdale
350/350 factory A/C truck
Pretty much 1 owner, bought from my dealership (W-K Chevy) When it was in cole camp, Mo in 1978.

It was restored in the 1990's, with all new GM sheet metal, a great paintjob, and absolutely no rust, driven till around 2001, then the motor popped and it was sold to a friend who had it in his barn until June of 2016 when I got it.

It had no motor when I got it, so I threw a 325 SBC in it, new brakes, new lines, new interior, sound deadening, new suspension with a 5/7 drop and a small notch. It has a small cam, holley carb, long tubes, stall and a shift kit now. I upgraded the steering with a close ration borgeson box and universal steering shaft, GIANT sway bars front and rear... it has NO lean.. lol pretty cool to drive. i put all new glass in it and ditched the rear slider window, all the paint ever needed was a good wash, did very little buffing and it cleaned up wonderfully, and I drive it nearly every day!

Still much more to do on it... need a locker, finish the interior with a dark brown seat since I did all saddle tan with the rest of the guts, redo the exhaust to tuck things up a little since it is so low. I got a trans crossmember that has hoops for the exhaust so I can tuck everything up a little better even with longtubes.

Anyhow, glad to be back!
Absolutely love this truck. Square bodies have gone nuts the past couple years, the 73-87 GM truck harness was our best selling vehicle specific harness last year.
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Absolutely love this truck. Square bodies have gone nuts the past couple years, the 73-87 GM truck harness was our best selling vehicle specific harness last year.
Thanks dude. I'm certainly glad I found it when I did... prices are through the roof now!
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My wife also has a 1930 Chevy that her father has been restoring for her for the past few years. It was his car when he was a kid back in the 50's. It sat for nearly 50 years and he gave it to my wife.

He has done some really amazing stuff to this car. It has mechanical brakes that he has retrofitted to power brakes with an electronic booster, all hidden under the car. He has added power steering off of a late model Equinox that is all hidden under the dash. It's neat having something 91 years old that we can still drive around town and not worry about keeping up or parking with the late model stuff.

TL;DR not fast, but kinda cool.
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Not fast at all, but its fun to drive! 05 Neon SRT. 24k miles on it now.
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Not fast at all, but its fun to drive! 05 Neon SRT. 24k miles on it now.
This hasn't to be the lowest mile/cleanest SRT-4 around, right?

It's crazy how we go from seeing cars on every corner to never seeing them, I can't remember the last time I saw a SRT-4 out in the wild.
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I forgot I guess?


2015 Chevy SS mostly stock/ slow, lowered on eibachs

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This hasn't to be the lowest mile/cleanest SRT-4 around, right?

It's crazy how we go from seeing cars on every corner to never seeing them, I can't remember the last time I saw a SRT-4 out in the wild.
Yeah pretty much for the area. There are a handful out there with stupid low miles. Here is probably the cleanest stock one in the world. Less then 700 miles on it https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/d...6895/overview/ Most are in a scrap yard getting parted out.

I agree. I miss seeing performance CARS in general! Mainly just new trucks,crossovers and SUVS now rolling around. We are all getting old. Times have changed for sure.
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Sad fact is, most SUVs have the balls to scare stuff that was "quick" 10-15 years ago.

I know my Fiesta would get its ass rolled by most stock 1/2 tons trucks, but Scoots is way more fun.
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Yeah pretty much for the area. There are a handful out there with stupid low miles. Here is probably the cleanest stock one in the world. Less then 700 miles on it https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/d...6895/overview/ Most are in a scrap yard getting parted out.

I agree. I miss seeing performance CARS in general! Mainly just new trucks,crossovers and SUVS now rolling around. We are all getting old. Times have changed for sure.
Dang, that price is stupid. I paid $19k for mine brand new back in the day.
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Yeah pretty much for the area. There are a handful out there with stupid low miles. Here is probably the cleanest stock one in the world. Less then 700 miles on it https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/d...6895/overview/ Most are in a scrap yard getting parted out.

I agree. I miss seeing performance CARS in general! Mainly just new trucks,crossovers and SUVS now rolling around. We are all getting old. Times have changed for sure.

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Wow, just happened to actually accidentally bring up the link. I thought this place was gone for good.

I still have the bikes, Im looking to buy a couple more but right now the prices are high and the market is slim since its "socially distant" entertainment.

The only real change is the MV basically became the living room bike. Parts are getting so hard to find and when something unique breaks (like currently the chain guide) it takes a couple of months to get a replacement:

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Man, I don't get to park the KLR in the living room.
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My SUV has a supercharger, does that count?
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Though JW posted the pic:

Odin blower car
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Stock everything

Had a 2018 stinger with ~500hp. But recently got rid of it as I didn't need two RWD cars that I don't drive.
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