Muscle And Utility. My Car And Truck Inclination

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  1. Lefty Leo

    Lefty Leo Active Member Premium Gold Supporting Member

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    A few have mentioned their interest in seeing my other toys so here goes.
    1973 Satellite Sebring Plus. I've owned this one for 30 years
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    1973 Dodge D200 Adventurer Sport
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    1984 1/2 Mustang GT Convertible. First pic is as purchased. Lots of mechanical mods done to this
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    1986 Mustang GT. This one is in need of new paint. All original except the tires and paint. Never modified. Still retains the original exhaust system even.
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    1988 W100 Power Ram. Previously owned by a dear friend and Chrysler Dealership 44 year Service manage. Purchased from his widow. Truck has 150,000 very well maintained miles on it.
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    Future project 1977 Plymouth Trailduster Sport
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    1983 Dodge D150 We purchased as a graduation gift for our oldest son. Currently building a 1971 383 Big Block for this truck and then some TLC to the body and new paint.
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    Love that Dodge Adventurer! Things made in ‘73 are the best.
     
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    Headed to the staging lanes at the local strip

    With the street tires I can't leave the line at anything over 1600 rpm's. The car is a tank so she's no screamer.

    2017 Car show burnout contest. My buddy's son got a little excited while recording lol
     
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    Thank you!
     
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    I was hoping to see a mustang! Double surprise!

    Great trucks and cars, Leo @Lefty Leo !

    I had a mustang 1985 GT back in 1991 (used), all white,V6 (not a V8), all original. But sold it within a year when I was bitten by the 4x4 bug and bought the Rangie -I´m still infected, but does not have the means to own any car now, let alone a 4x4-. But I actually love 1968 mustangs. No old mustangs in your radar?

    Thanks for posting! :thumbsup:
     
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    Thank you @sabasgr68 . If you ever come across a photo of your 1985 Mustang I'd love to see it! I don't see any older Mustangs in my future but that doesn't mean it won't happen. I love them too! My father had a new white 1968 Mustang GT. It had a 390 V-8 with 4 speed. I think he told me he had it about 6 months and It met an untimely fate with a telephone pole. Anytime you feel like chatting feel free to shoot me a message. I'd love toe hear from you.
     
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