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Ted "Wildcat65" Nagel

Wildcat Garage in Cincinnati -2012

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Great photos but like your car storage photos what happens when something gets stuck or clogged up in one of those silos and Who gets picked to go in with the shovel ? :)

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LOL David, we test and try not to get junk in the silos, but it happens!

We had a silo fail and had a vacuum truck suck up most of the spill...but Danny picked up the shovel and finished the job properly.

It was my job in 1976...they won't let me work that shovel any more! Unless I use it on the bankers...:cool:

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The 68 looks really good Ted. But, even though I know my GS had white wall tires on it when new, I can't bring myself to put white wall tires on the road wheels.

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52 minutes ago, Ted "Wildcat65" Nagel said:

last Summer Wildcat drive.

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Lovin your cars Ted! 

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Thank you John!

The Cat Rod///

Super rare Wildcat 445 Standard shift (3 on the tree) on the column; no power steering or brakes.  I think the only option may be AM radio.

Standard interior 46237 - still has the original spare-blackwall.  Fun to drive!

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A few years ago up at a BPG event.  This car was sold in Cincinnati; I responded to an ad in Hemmings 

only because the phone number started with 681-xxxx which is the same exchange as our mill, so it was close!

Dual quad automatic Custom Convertible.  I did not even know about the dual quad in a Wildcat in 1997.

 

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They are beautiful :wub: :wub: :wub: , you have a superb collection and I would love to have the same ;) .
It must be great to go to work with your Buick :) 
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Ok, I need to spend some time on detailing this one.  I was so disturbed with the resto shop I had to put him away for a while.

Time to grow up and enjoy this money pit.

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One of the few cars I have let go and regret...this '84 Riviera T-Type.  Grey leather interior.  A small unsolved miss and i traded it in..1994.  

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3 hours ago, Ted "Wildcat65" Nagel said:

The latest addition!   I can see the quality of parts on this vs the Wildcats. The armrest is all metal!

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As a coupe, that is an awesome car! 

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Nice!  Is that the recent eBay car out of Minnesota?

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21 hours ago, Ted "Wildcat65" Nagel said:

The latest addition!   I can see the quality of parts on this vs the Wildcats. The armrest is all metal!

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Wow...I would have guessed the armrest and switch bases are plastic. Add power vents to the door panel and that is a thing of beauty!

Tom

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All interior bits getting shined up for the Electra.  I'm waiting for a trunk divider so the seats can go in.  

Today I hope to get into the rear window motors and get them operational.

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