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Austin_

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Wagons rock.
I'm a huge wagon fan myself. For some reason I find them very attractive. I convinced my father to buy a BMW 328xi Touring last year. I might steal it from him. Love the thing. Those Audi wagons are slick, too. My neighbor has one and let me take it out for a few spins around the block. Back in high school I worked at a nice country club and valeted a RS6 Avant and it took all it had in me not to drive away with it.
 
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I am also a fan of the wagons too, I love the older wagons, likie the chevelle wagon, also some of the newer stuff, that STi waggy is prety killer, AWD and fast as all get out!
 

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944 Autocross Car




WRX Hillclimb/Time Trial Car


1962 Corvette




Me, on Right:


What I work on:
 

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Thanks!

The Vette is numbers matching with 10,900 miles on it. The 944 is very much for sale!
 

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Thanks azscoob !
Car looks slightly different now with charcoal mags and roll cage.
I have a love-hate relationship with that car.
 

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Here's mine. 2007 Big Bear Chopper. 100ci S&S motor (112lbs of torque), 6-speed Baker Tranny, 40 degree rake, 19" seat height, 300 series rear tire.





 

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I dunno about a sweet ride, but here's my work-in-progress. 1978 Triumph Spitfire.



-Joe
Nice. I sold my '79 TR7 last year. Fun car but I think I spent more time working on it than driving it. :rolleyes:

One day I'll have another summer toy. Until then I've got my winter toys--2000 Polaris 700xcsp, and 2002 Skidoo Mach Z 800. :D
 

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This may take a while

my 66 SS 396 its a real SS not a clone


the 62 Lark my niece used in here wedding


All original never restored 1963 Avanti R-2 Supercharged


and my baby


1960 Tbird convertible

now two wheels



and



my everyday ride


5.9 Cummins with some slight mods :D
 

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That's a nice collection you have there Springer. The T-Bird is a great summer cruiser, I'm sure you get lots of looks. I have to say I loooove that Avanti! :rockin:
thanks there are a few more in the collection..

69 AMX 390 with 2 carter afbs this was a factory option



I like to drive them so none are perfect in detail
 
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Springer, good lord man! you have a classic car museum, not a garage! I had a 65 chevelle, and a 71 chevelle, the 71 was back halfed, with a blown small block, the 65 had a 572" big block, I should have swapped the motors! try putting all that torque in the 65 to the ground with only 9" wide slicks. both cars are gone now, I got hold of the guy who bought my 65, its under a tarp in his garage where it has sat for 13 years. I might try to get it back from him.
 

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Been collecting cars since I was a teenager. My first was a 1963 Studebaker Hawk. Over the last 40 or so years they tend to pile up. My dad also collects and has a lot of property so when we get cramped we build . Last build was a 49x30 pole barn with a 4 post lift
 

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My Subaru Forester isn't very exciting so here's the car I used to drive and my bike...


The Honda was alot of fun when I was younger but I got to a point where I realized I was too old to be blowing money on it.



Oh and this is what I'm working on with my dad....

 

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if you need a place to store that '66 SS, I have room in my garage :D
right now its in the upholstery shop getting a new headliner. I bought a whole new interior from UPI . I am doing the seats and everything else myself . Headliner is a little tricky to do . thanks for the offer but no
 

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