countrytravler

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About countrytravler

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  • Birthday 02/26/1952

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    Sonora CA 95370(USA)

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    Born and bred on Woodward Ave and Telegraph in MI. My dad worked at GM proving grounds in Milford MI. In the 60s, he would bring home all types of cars to go steet racing. The rest of the Story later.

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  1. Transport is cheap at this time. Ship the car open. I have had million dollar cars on my truck. Never had a problem. Cars get damaged in closed transport also.
  2. Me and my son in Jesse Pitre's 35 Dodge pickup cruising in Detroit in 2014 for the Dodge 100 year celebration. Good times!!
  3. Me and my son with my Mustang in the background on my car hauler that I just bought. This was about 10 years ago.
  4. Me and my wife in the late 80s celebrating our 3rd full serve gas station purchase in New Hudson MI, The car is a Rolls that our commercial account had in his Limo Fleet.
  5. https://barnfinds.com/super-solid-project-1959-chevrolet-nomad/?fbclid=IwAR0h-4WNRHnmwaHiAiF8Y2GGlUFHPI0bOUx7cY2Me6lCTGb-bBQRGcSHiIo
  6. I would have located the cooler under the car with a fan for cooling with a temp gauge. along with the condenser. I have done this on street rods with cooling problems and limited space.. Your hampering the air flow for the radiator. Just a thought.
  7. My bad. Some Dodge wheels have the guide hole.