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Where's the Murphy Auto Museum?
I can't wait till the scabs fall off, it's itchy.
This could turn into a flip, for cash or for parts. Or you may fall head over heels for it. But in either case, long as there's no big surprises,...
It's a bit before Christine's time. I think, if it's solid underneath, you could really have a show winner.
That shouldn't take a whole lot of time or effort to clean up and made better-looking. I love the steering wheel.
I found a pair of wagons at the junkyard, got parts for mine and for a member of it, an '88 looking a bit worse for wear. The other is a '70s Ford...
Salmon and black is okay, but sub in seafoam for the black, you'll have one helluva car.
Sinkhole? Or truck art?
Knowing you, the High Hard One. Otherwise known as the story of "Flip, The Bird.":biglaugh:
September 4th, 1985, courtesy of the United States Navy.
Had a saying in the Navy--"Hurry Up and Wait"
At the junkyard, I took a fall:
Ripped my shirt on landing. That's why I'm shirtless.
"Damn straight, Baby, you can't make butter with a toothpick."
My most favorite Robin Williams line....
I'm only 57, and I want that Wilkie button...for historical purposes, of course....
I'd love those turbines for Babe...along with all the other parts I could strip off it.
$35K? Yeah, I agree, it's a turkey. This is the speculation talking. The few others we've had up were in the low $20's, and those were little...
Even though the pic was pixelated, it appeared the odometer number wheels are straight across and even. If so, it means it is 24K original miles.
Looks a bit worse for wear. But at least it's straight. That'd be a swell EFI candidate on its engine, if not an LS conversion.
Yeah, it is. I've got a feeling the vinyl isn't factory, or, this was ordered by someone at Ford.
That's too bad, as that was common architecture for a time in the Pacific Northwest. Several of those old-time Seattle car dealers were in the...