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    Default Car, Truck and Motorcycle Guys : What do you drive?

    I have for, as long as I can remember, been a car, truck and motorcycle guy.
    I figure that it would be interesting to see everyone's favorite wheels.
    I guess that I'll start.
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    Thanks for any interest!

    Pete <:-}
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    1984 M1009 CUCV.

    Basically a k5 blazer with some military mods.
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    Ya I,m a truck and sled rider. Tc
    Ever wonder why you never see a motorcycle in front of a Shrinks office? ,,,,, then you have never ridden one "

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    Quote Originally Posted by AECS View Post
    1984 M1009 CUCV.

    Basically a k5 blazer with some military mods.
    We like photos here,,, Thank You .
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    TC!!!

    A beautiful new Jimmy!
    An AWESOME Anniversary Fat Boy with some very tasteful mods!!!
    Cap it off with a great looking trike.....

    Nothing but class here my friend!!!
    Someday we shall ride!

    Thanks for sharing!!

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    Thank you so much Pete, I would enjoy riding with you, after I get done with my northwest run, I,ll have to try to get up your way. I haven't made Laconia in a few years, always great riding up your way. Tc
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    1992 Chevy S10 with 4.3 and 5 speed, only has 119k miles on it and pretty much original. Will post pics when I can get back on my PC.
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    These days I have a '97 Outback

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    and the '94 Miata R Package which is hers. R Package is factory racer turn key out of the box. I wanted to put a Flying Miata 300hp turbo kit in it but she said no.

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    I sold it a while back but I had built-up '66 Ranchero, last year of the Ford Falcon Ranchero. Then they became Fairlane Rancheros. I raced All Ford Drags ever year plus street racing back in the '90s. Here I'm cutting a red light at Bremerton AFD. Har! Car runs in the high 11s. The neat thing about Rancheros is they were 600 lbs. lighter than a Fasback Mustang and it has better weight distribution than the Mustang did. A fun fast car but a ticket magnet I was sorry to see it go.

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    This is what it looked like when I sold it.

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    ~ ENGINE: 1969 351 Windsor tricked out, built up 388cu.in, '69 4 barrel heads, ported & polished, flow benched, gasket matched, trick valve train, needle & roller rockers, all parts: SVO, Erson, Moroso, Manley, Crowler cam, HD Heddman headers, 2.5in dual exhaust, turbo muffs, by K&S Service. Holley 650cmf carb & manifold, gasket matched, (4777 list #, tricked out, dual pump, jet extensions, vent whistles, trick floats, clear fuel plugs, dual metering blocks, jetted & nozzles for application.), Aircraft hoses & fittings with fuel pressure regulator, Holley pump (bore & stroke by Waterhouse), 11:1 compression, polished & chambered, balanced, high volume oil pump. MSD ignition, 6AL w/rev limiter, MSD Blaster 3 coil, MSD billet distributor w/ MSD Nomex wires. Over sized radiator and clutch thermostatic fan, runs cool in 100+ degree weather.

    ~ DRIVE TRAIN: '80's truck aluminum bell housing & throw stuff, 11.5 in clutch, '69 factory top loader (rebuilt), Hurst Com. shifter over sized drive line & u's, balanced w/loop, (rebuilt) Ford 9 in. <SVO> Traction-Lok installed, for race day a <SVO> drags setup Detroit Locker w/4.11 Richmond gears, axle studs, offset Centerlines w/Mickey Thompson 26X12.50-15LT, screwed, computer balanced tires (biggest tires with out cutting wheel wells).

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    How about this?

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    2015 International ProStar

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