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65 Impala by Chuck_Honda, on Flickr


59 Ford by Chuck_Honda, on Flickr


59 and 65 by Chuck_Honda, on Flickr


Again this little shop.. get some very RARE cars..
about 100 miles from me is a small farm town..

but my point is.

the 59 ford 2 door is like my very first car.
and the 65 Impala 2 door is similar..to my second car,. mine was an "SS" 409

but car 1 and 2 are next to each other.. I have not seen this arrangement in more the 30 years.

I hope I get to see them when finished.
 

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I'd like to see you post your stuff here Chuck.
Just cuz I don't go to JL Land to often.

Juss My 'Pinion.
I can do that... I do not know all the rules of internet.. and was trying not to get in trouble again. :)


and clearly I did not remember it was in the JL.. but Die Cast. any why I could not find it.


Thank You everyone...
p.m. it is nice to see others like the old rust stuff.. restored or not.
back in the day.. a New car could be showing major Rust in 3 to 4 years.. Rust Belt Ohio.
so as a kid,, rust was Common and expected. and seeing a brand new car was rare.


us youngsters would stand on the corner and call out year, make, model, trim, engine.. etc. a GOOD TIME. then.
and if a disagreement .. local library .. Motor repair manuals on the shelf. always had photos of front ends.
 

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Motor's Manuals are great. As thick as a Manhattan fone book.
I have a row of them from the late '30s to the '70s. Still use'em.

Glad you're gonna post here, but you can still post on the JL bored. ;)
 

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Motor's Manuals are great. As thick as a Manhattan fone book.
I have a row of them from the late '30s to the '70s. Still use'em.

Glad you're gonna post here, but you can still post on the JL bored. ;)
The Chilton's crash books were useful,too.Every body shop had them.
 

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Love the big IH!

Looks like a stripped down Dodge motor home next to the GP.

Then we have a '66 Cad cnvt and a '66 Caddy 2dr. hardtop. Cool pix :thumbsup:
 
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