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Man that mercury grille is cool looking! and yes it is sittin good!
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Here is my Uni

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thats nice! ^^^^


here is my 62 X shop truck,


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Thanks, yours is pretty sweet as well!
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Wow!! A rear engined Uni
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I almost forgot my 63 here she is waiting patiently

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My 61 longbed Custom Cab.
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I have other photos...in my hard drive that Windows Genuine Advantage wiped...Supposedly I can recover it eventually.
Original color Starlight Blue repainted in 79. Due for a repaint again. 428CJ replaced the previous 390 which replaced the original 292 Y Block. C6 replaced the 3-On-The-Tree when I installed the 390 in 77. Custom driveshaft by Tom Beatty. Saddle tanks and a fuel cell in the bed for total 66 gallons of gas. Western slot mags went on when it was painted. 235 Wrangler radial tires. The sign originally showed a 90 degree turn and said 10mph. Photoshop corrected it. The sprint car is my buddy's 1970 vintage car. He still has it.
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how were you guys able to upload the photos on here? would love to show whats goin on with my ride!
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You should be able to insert an image. I use Photobucket as my drop site then place the link into the post to get my photos on.
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heres a pick of the hot rod before the frame came out from under it to start on the cv front swap

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