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I apologize for the dark pictures. Only thing I could pull off right away.

Through selling my coupe and a bunch of trading including a Chevelle and a 64 survivor El Camino, I came home from the swap meet in a bitt chin 67! Buying and selling three cars in less than 24 hours is pretty fun!

This is an awesome car to drive and you just can't keep your foot out of it! Smile after smile after mile.
It's super straight and has show worthy paint. Some of the trim is a little pitted, but I'll take care of that very soon.

The Rolling Stones came on the radio while cruising and had to change the lyrics to SATISFACTION
I can't get no
I can't get no
Posi-traction, ah No No No
Hey, Spin smoke spin!

427 (specifics un-known at this point) Billit specialties serpentine system, dual quads, 3" exhaust, coated Hedmans, twin elec fans, 215 heads, etc etc.

Doug Nash 5 speed, 12 bolt posi with 4.11's ( I think from countin tire/driveshaft rotation)

Disc brakes, console buckets, A/C 17"s and a lot more.

The guy I bought it from wasn't a muscle car guy. He's a 55-57 guy that took this in on trade three years ago and has been sitting. It's a well built car and looks like a full-on frame-off to me. I'm going to track down the original builder very soon.

http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w314/Texasspeed/ECint.jpg
http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w314/Texasspeed/EC427.jpg
http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w314/Texasspeed/ECFLside-1.jpg

What do you think?
 

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Looks very nice:thumbsup:

So you sold that street rod you just finished up? Or was that not you, now I've confused myself again!!

Jeff
 

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Jeff, don't worry, you're memory is 100% fine!

The 30's car was fun, a nice detour and exploration of those cars, but...I'M Back! Right where I belong. Can anyone see the smile plastered on my face through the screen? :D
 
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