Discussion in 'ChallengerForumZ.com Polls' started by goodcracker, Jul 27, 2011.
I love my R/T but my only regret is that I didn't get a scat pack. I will resolve that next spring.
Had lot of fun with my attention grabber 2013 Rallye redline for 5 yrs and now have a new 2018 392 t/a 485 HP sinister mistress to enjoy!! No regrets for me!!
nope no regrets, best high money can buy.......live today tomorrow isn't promised .
I regret that only driving it on nice weather days I was spending too much time in my DD Ford Focus ST. So I traded the ST in on a Challenger GT for my new DD and now drive a Challenger full time.
Oh Oh ........I spotted a 1957 olds station wagon in the back ground, does that belong to you?
Yes it was my third car that I bought in 1985 out of a hay barn that it sat in from 1969 until I pulled it out in 1985. It is now having the rust hole in the drivers side rocker panel fixed and repainted.
I also have my first car a 1957 Rocket 88 with a J2 engine and manual transmission.
Good for you awesome Olds wagon I like it.
Love that Olds 88,very nice car.
The 57 Olds 88 is a battered old war horse that was one step away from the junkyard when I bought it in 1978 as a junior in high school. I will redo the body work and paint again some time. I am putting a 1959 Olds 394cid engine my dad has had on an engine stand for years he wants it to get some running time on the street again and I want to rebuild the original stick shift J2 engine out of my 88 so why not kill two birds with the same Rocket.
You are doing it right.
I just took some up dated photos of the Fiesta. The
Black paint is on and prepping for the Alcan White roof panels.
It is looking good, like I said earlier, you sure are doing this project right.....Hi 5 to you.
I saw earlier postings of your 88. Good to see some work on it. But the wagon is what I really like. Drove Oldsmobiles better part of my life. And that came from my dad and his dad driving them.Though they had some older cars, 66 Vista Cruiser was his favorite. I loved all the windows when I was little, but learned about that big 455 motor from him!
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