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4 hours ago, alsancle said:

Ok, this time a Classic.  Everybody should have a 40-42 180 Packard for touring.  Great driving cars.

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You should show an underhood pic AJ, that is the best part on this one!

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23 minutes ago, Steve_Mack_CT said:

You should show an underhood pic AJ, that is the best part on this one!


I just walked out in the garage for you Steve.

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37 minutes ago, alsancle said:


I just walked out in the garage for you Steve.

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Hmmm..... now that is not what I expected. What is the story with that setup?  Clearly Steve is in on the gig.....

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4 minutes ago, John Bloom said:

Hmmm..... now that is not what I expected. What is the story with that setup?  Clearly Steve is in on the gig.....


A bunch of period Edmunds hot rod equipment.

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8 minutes ago, John Bloom said:

53 Skylarks are stunning.......but so are those 53/54 Caribbeans.  We should be hitting our stride coming into good driving weather here in the upper midwest.

 

 

 

Other than a few rain outs,  the weather in NE has been stunning the last month.  55-60 degrees,  zero humidity,  blue skies.  I would take that 365 days a year.

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