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    lets have fun and put pics of your muscle cars from the past

    I miss my 66 chevelle wish i had it back. I dont even have a pic of her. maybe i can live thru you guys.

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    I couldn’t afford the premium gas in them if I could find some.
    The 455 was the smoothest running of all of them

    I don’t have a pic of the 428 Cobra on my Computer.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman Ia. View Post
    I couldn’t afford the premium gas in them if I could find some.
    The 455 was the smoothest running of all of them

    I don’t have a pic of the 428 Cobra on my Computer.





    I had one of them.... but it was a 69 SJ and had the 390 hp 428 in it...

    Looked like this one.....except mine didn't have the hood mounted tach on it.




    I now drive one of this.....when I feel the need for speed.......(kinda makes my Ram 5.7 Hemi with 3.92s feel quite wimpy...)



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    love that fairlane dude

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    nice cars so far wonder what else is out there

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    I never owned a muscle car, even though my dad and I tried to buy a '69 Mustang GT. They wouldn't sell it and it still sat in the same spot 10 yrs later. My son has a client that just bought one of the most awesome engines from the era.

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    My 63 BSA Gold Star and my 53 hot rod Chevy in the drive. Good old days.


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    Wish i had a picture on my phone, but you guys will laugh if i did. My first car was a '75 Mustang II Ghia. Had a 302 in it and would run good for that little car. Surprised allot of guys when i was able to run with them. Had a real hard time keeping tires on it.

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    My 69 z-28 at my parents house in 1974. Just pulled the motor. Loved that car.

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    I guess this qualifies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tone357 View Post
    I guess this qualifies.

    Just a lot more 'recent' past....LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by local16 View Post

    My 69 z-28 at my parents house in 1974. Just pulled the motor. Loved that car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by okhawg View Post
    I never owned a muscle car, even though my dad and I tried to buy a '69 Mustang GT. They wouldn't sell it and it still sat in the same spot 10 yrs later. My son has a client that just bought one of the most awesome engines from the era.

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    O my, 427 SHOC. I wanted one sooo bad, but couldn't afford it.

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    Wasn’t the 69’ 428 Pontiac rated at 360 horse and mid 400’s for torque? At 70K I pulled the 455 out and freshened it up. Ran much better with a 3310 and a cam with a better grind.

    I sold my 55 2 months before graduation. 1969 a friend that was buying a new GTO Judge sold it to me. The 66 had 18000 miles on it when I bought it. I got $600 for the 55, had $1200 saved —- $1800 and I have looked at a dozen in the last few years — most decent ones start out around $22K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassnman81 View Post
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    O my, 427 SHOC. I wanted one sooo bad, but couldn't afford it.
    This is a good friend’s 64 factory LIGHTWEIGHT ( talk about rare). It was a factory R-Code (427) It was a record holder for years, may still hold the record. Ran across the article looking for something else. Someone knew Mike owned it from the article. And he owned two 63 1/2 Galaxy’s also.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassman Ia. View Post
    Wasn’t the 69’ 428 Pontiac rated at 360 horse and mid 400’s for torque? At 70K I pulled the 455 out and freshened it up. Ran much better with a 3310 and a cam with a better grind.

    I sold my 55 2 months before graduation. 1969 a friend that was buying a new GTO Judge sold it to me. The 66 had 18000 miles on it when I bought it. I got $600 for the 55, had $1200 saved —- $1800 and I have looked at a dozen in the last few years — most decent ones start out around $22K.

    not the HO version....and it was 465 for torque

    In 1969, it could be had in 360 hp, 370 hp, and 390 hp versions...don't remember exactly what the differences were tho
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    Now I did have a 72 Camaro like the one above but since I didn't have pics I stole this one offline. There were a few differences. I had an RS not Z28, wasn't built as split bumper but converted, no racing stripes but it was GM Orange. It also had a Pontiac 400 and a Ford AC compressor. The .308 rear end didn't help me light to light but from a roll I terrorized the 90's Fox bodies, they couldn't out pace that Pontiac powered Chevy pumping Ford AC.
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