1, 2, 3, go!
*Just a little FYI, I'm not posting links to posts with no pictures anymore, so if you want a link to your car, post at least 1 picture*
BUICK: 1998 Buick Park Avenue - wind
CHEVROLET: 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71 - nerdynerd 1993 Chevrolet Cavalier RS - ScoobyDoo82 1983 Chevrolet El Camino - wind
CHRYSLER: 1996 Chrysler Sebring - barnabas
DODGE: 2006 Dodge Charger SRT-8 - HOLY SHIT a dodge
FORD: 2001 Ford Mustang - gdeeaz 1990 Ford F-150 XLT Lariat - FTF 1989 Ford Tempo AWD - FTF
GMC: 1994 GMC Sierra K1500 - HOLY SHIT a dodge
HONDA: 2008 Honda Civic LX - Yo Quiero un Burrito 1994 Honda Del Sol - The Offspring
HYUNDAI: 2001 Hyundai Elantra GLS - expresso8097
JEEP: 1995 Jeep Wrangler - HOLY SHIT a jeep
LEXUS: 2007 Lexus IS 250 - afichic4life9872
MAZDA: 2008 Mazda Mazdaspeed3 - AcesHigh
NISSAN: 2010 Nissan Rogue SL - spacemac
PONTIAC: 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix SE - nIIck
SUBARU: 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX - theRUSSIAN 2006 Subaru Impreza 2.5i - theRUSSIAN 2003 Subaru Impreza RS - emo sux69
TOYOTA: 1993 Toyota Supra Aerotop - stratocaster69
VOLKSWAGEN: 1998 Volkswagen Jetta - Neodymie
This is the 83 Blazer after I touched up the paint just a little.
My 1972 CB350. It was original when I got it.
I built this CB500 years ago, and rode the shit out of it.
And of course, the Gold Wing I've been building.
you into SUVs now Taco?
It was a gift from Mom (first owner) in 04, I think. Drove it six months before I ever got the idea to go climb a hill in it; I mean, it had ground clearance, if for nothing else. I wrecked the passenger quarter, and bought an 89 for $150. Source of most of my 4x4 conversion. On a trip to Santa Fe a few years back, I found and fell in love with the Capitans, as well as most of the Lincoln Nat'l Forest. After several trips, I went ahead and built the Jeep into a full time 4x4 with the best parts available to me. Now I've got five of them.
The Blazer I got simply by pulling the engine out of it and dropping it in a pickup. The guy gave me the pickup motor, and the title to the Blazer. Three days later I drove it home. At first, the woman drove it, but she decided to go live in Colorado, alone, so I went and got it. It grew on me as it did to her, she called it "The Blazinator." Naturally, small block Chevy performance made it more interesting to me, so I was delighted when I had the 88 TBI 350 given to me, and found a cam, lifters, double roller timing set, and open plane manifold for $100. Gaskets to build it cost me more than that.
I still park by my 41 Chevy sedan, next to which is a 1936 Chevrolet 1 1/2 ton tow truck. On the right is a 55 Bel Air two door hardtop, and 57 210 Handyman wagon. Directly in front of my space sits the 57 Nomad, and I still have a 28 Essex Super Six with suicide doors.
That one's next on the list. I thought about using a Jeep straight six, fuel injected with OBDI, but will likely go SBC/TH350. I want a sliding cloth top where the original used to be, a power regulator in the back glass, and maybe do power windows all the way around. I'd like to run the original fenders and running boards, and did I mention no paint? It will maintain the beautiful patina of near century old surface rust.
'99 Monte Carlo, Black exterior graphite interior w/supercharger
What was a two wheeler from the factory is now equipped with an NP242 case, Dana 30 non disconnect front end, 8.25 Chrysler rear, both 3.55:1. Homemade add a leaf rear lift and homemade coil spacers up front from Delrin pipe reducers for about 2 1/2" lift at a total cost of $12.00. The rear fenders have now been cut and rolled for an additional three inches of tire clearance. Pulled the old wheels in favor of 265/70/17 Michelin LTX AS tires on Dodge Magnum Wagon steel wheels. They stand nearly 32".
Of course, it has the 4.0 inline six, the only engine to ever have in a Jeep, as well as the AW4 four speed automatic with lock up.
I also drive an 83 Chevrolet K10 Blazer, painted olive drab on 33x12.50s. While it only has such things as steering box support, locking hubs, and slotted front rotors, it will soon be spporting a TH400/NP205 with 3/4 ton springs and axles for a solid, reliable rock crawler
It had a Vortec 350 crate motor when I got it, which came out and went into a pickup as part of the deal. it now has a TBI 350 from an 88 3/4 ton, with a Lunati Voodoo cam and Torker open plane manifold. All that's left there is to hook up the three inch aluminized true duals that run all the way back. Good thing the 83 doesn't require a converter to pass inspection. Pictures later.
-Oxford White -167,xxx miles as of 4-27-23 -2.3L High Swirl Combustion I4 -Power Rating: 98HP, 130lb-ft of torque -3-speed ATX -Ford Premium Sound System -Light Group -Sport Gauge Cluster -Air Conditioning
Quote: from Hexapod at 8:42 pm on April 4, 2012 2012 nissan versa sedan (fuck the hatchback that thing looks like shit)sadly just a soul less appliance. not a car.
2012 nissan versa sedan (fuck the hatchback that thing looks like shit)
Yep. I drove one yesterday. Do not want.
not actual car obviously but ill take a picture some day
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