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Dave Boyer

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  1. Yes, I should have said 1969 , it was a long day. I should know it my heart, I own 3, and have had over 15 now.
  2. What two cars had the same day of introduction, but different years? April 17 1964, for the Mustang, and April 17 1970 for the Maverick. Now what car had more first year sales?..........The Maverick.
  3. This really sucks! (did they say that back then?)
  4. Teachers don't like to be shown that they are wrong....
  5. Find a picture of a 1969 Mustang Boss 429, they had Goodyear Polyglass tires.
  6. Oh my....... In all honesty, I appreciate the work involved, but couldn't someone have mentioned that it looked awful......
  7. I like that picture better than this one:
  8. If you are still in DC, you should head out to the Dulles Airport, and see the National Air and Space Museum. Well worth the visit, then head to Hershey
  9. I had this discussion with someone else on another forum, I guess it's used to describe a certain period of time, not the general feeling of discomfort..like the meaning of the word..but some of those cars in the pictures, sure make me feel uncomfortable....
  10. Have you brought a car into Ontario before? The Ministry has some good info on their website. I don't think it's coming into Canada that you have to worry so much about, it'll be leaving the USA. We had a 72 Jaguar E Type (don't ask) shipped to Detroit, it was the 3rd degree at US Customs, in Windsor, they didn't even look at the car.
  11. This was Dec 6 2010...not too far from a year ago today...
  12. That's what I was leaning towards, tools for rolling odometers?
  13. Looks like he didn't move too far all those years either
  14. I wish my neighbor had one for sale, I've been looking for awhile now....I guess it all depends on the overall condition of the car.
  15. Is it an automatic? The tranny could have locked up. Testing the starter off the car, and finding it working, could also be a battery problem.
  16. My father in law had a 70 Plymouth Fury Convertible, that thing was huge! It's hard to believe anyone wheeling that barge through traffic at high speeds. Next time it goes by, see if it has a white steering wheel, it may be an ex CHP car, which would be a real shame.
  17. Not to spoil the excitement, but found this on another site: The Lee Roy Hartung Collection - Auctions America
  18. A lot of those Cuban cars have been reto-fitted to death. Us Canadians have been vacationing there for years, it's always interesting to see what pops up as a cab.
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