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Thanks for the invite guys, I am a car NUT!!!! I own a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS with Rally Sport Body Package and 350hp engine. She has a custom black interior, everything is covered with leather, the back shelf, the rear arm rests built into the car's walls. The seats are tuck-and-rolled with precise stitching. As for the tranny, I am a bit angry with my father. He removed it and had it stuffed in his shed for years, this is because it was originally is mother's car and due to her being a cripple she couldn't drive a stick. But this is the part that gets me, a few years after I was born, my father was cleaning out the shed, he threw the tranny in the dumpster... If he wasn't my father, I would smack him upside the head, because I no longer have my matching numbers transmission. But otherwise I love my Yellow camaro with black stripes. At car shows she draws the young crowd who believe it is the movie car "Bumble Bee" from Transformers, All in all I am happy to have finally inherited my baby, who I have deemed the name "Sting". She sits happily in my garage where I get to see her every day, I does my heart good to see my restored car in the garage, and no longer outside where it used to rust away. If she could talk, I think she would be very happy.
In memory of my Nana: Patricia Nixon 1926-1995 The car is all I have to remember her by.
Yo, thanks for the invite. One of my personal favorite is the 1968 mustang gt, most likely because I own one xD
Honda Blackbird 1150cc FTW!
I'd choose the blue version of that bike over a car anytime.
Unless i could sell the car and get more blackbirds ;) ha.
hey se sei italiano rispondimi....ma cmq qui non si fanno questi gruppi...
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