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some cars i worked on

1967 Buick GS400 Automatic

this Jeep is an original servivor of the Normandy invasion its got a few bullet holes in it but it runs around luxembourg the axels in the rear were swaped out cause of age they broke but it runs real good.

the enguine is matching to this jeep that whent thru hell in Normandy invasion..

this is a 1951 ULTRAMATIC Packard 4 door it is all original interior 99%

238 Inline 8 runs perfect or it did

327 with 4bbl all original missing spark plug protectors but a very clean

you can se the spinners no lug nuts on this car..

Munci M20 with hurst shifter

455(430cid punched out)bop400 transmission

A very clean inline 6 cyl with 3 speed manual convertable

Front clip view 1951 ultramatic packard

1954 Chrysler Newyorker delux 331 hemi 2 speed automatic

1956 chevey automatic 265cid original v8 car very clean paint

1956 265cid chevey v8 it is still running..

1964 c10 th350 automatic 400 cid 4bolt main very fun car to drive

its a good solid truck for what it is.

1964 289 mustange very clean and its a good representation of a modified nut and bolt resto car


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57timemachine on Dec 14, 2021 said:

Love the 1967 Buick GS and brings back many memories of my dads 1967 Buick Special that had the same styling and the same basic grill.

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ghpcnm on Dec 14, 2021 said:

I'm in love with that New Yorker.

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Anonymous on Dec 14, 2021 said:

Well it's got a nice exterior and interior but look no further it's a real rust bucket under the facade it don't have rust holes or anything like that but it needs a good body shop to shoot some good sand blasting and repaint and preservation.

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ghpcnm on Dec 15, 2021 said:

"O hell! what have we here? A carrion Death, within whose empty eye There is a written scroll! I’ll read the writing. All that glistens is not gold..."

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Mario on Dec 15, 2021 said:

I love the WWII Jeep with bullet holes too! My Father-In-Law was in the US Army Air Corps in the war and was in the Battle of the Bulge. He passed away since then but he would have loved seeing that surviving Jeep!

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Anonymous on Dec 15, 2021 said:

yes ther is some survivor vehicles from the bulge fight here in luxembourg europe there is an amazing places where you can visit museums that have photos of the military personnel going to and comeing back from the battle of the bulge and patton has a grave site here too.

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57timemachine on Dec 15, 2021 said:

Next to that sweet 67 Buick, I would take that 56 Chevy in a heart beat. Maybe the fact that my dad had both a 67 Buick and 56 Chevy might have something to do with it. Both cars my dad bought new but I can only remember the 67, my dad sold the 56 when I was one year old. Cheers.

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azmusclecar on Dec 20, 2021 said:

LOVE the air cleaner on the BUICK.......... Creativity and art tied in one to look AWESOME......... We need more of that and less of cookie cutter products.

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