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    Talking Hello car nuts!

    New to this site, but I have been a car nut since High School!(a LONG time ago) Bought this car as part of a three car purchase in 1983. Sold a 1937 Ford Pick-up street rod project to make room in the garage and get the cash needed. I totally redid the car starting in 2002 with rebuilding the engine,trans and rear, putting a new complete front and rear suspension under it, new interior(stock) which included seat covers, dash pad,rugs door panels.installed electronic ignition, disassembling the entire body to get it media blasted and repainted after the body work was finished.I did not paint the car myself, but did all of the disasembly and reassembly and added all new chrome door handles and bumpers. Also added a factory console,LED dash lights,sequencial LED tail lights and Halogen headlights.
    I drive the wheels off of this car!:D

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    Welcome to the site Bostang.

    That is one sanitary looking Boss! I like the fact that you chose to leave the factory mags. I don't think there's a wheel made today that would look any better on that car. Also, RWL BFG's? You did it right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostang View Post
    New to this site, but I have been a car nut since High School!(a LONG time ago) Bought this car as part of a three car purchase in 1983. Sold a 1937 Ford Pick-up street rod project to make room in the garage and get the cash needed. I totally redid the car starting in 2002 with rebuilding the engine,trans and rear, putting a new complete front and rear suspension under it, new interior(stock) which included seat covers, dash pad,rugs door panels.installed electronic ignition, disassembling the entire body to get it media blasted and repainted after the body work was finished.I did not paint the car myself, but did all of the disasembly and reassembly and added all new chrome door handles and bumpers. Also added a factory console,LED dash lights,sequencial LED tail lights and Halogen headlights.
    I drive the wheels off of this car!:D

    Hot Dog!!! Love it!!! Oh, and welcome to the site!

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    Welcome to the site. Back in the day, a guy down the street from me had the same car only it was the lighter yellow and didn't have the Magnum 500 wheels. It had the wheels with trim rings and caps. That car sounded bad ass.

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    welcome aboard!!!!
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