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    Posted: June/15/2010 at 9:01am

 1978 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale This baby has a 6.6L, 442 Rocket 265HP V8

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I don't have a picture, but mine's not that new.
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got 1 more for you i wish i had a picture its a 1958 Chevy Apache, i gift from my pops.
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 I have an all original, unrestored 1967 Chevy Camaro RS with 42k orig miles on it.  I will see if i can put up a pic.
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I have grown up with old cars.  Dad has a 34 LaSalle, 23 Model T, and 27 Model T.  My brothers have 67 Camaro, 68 Camero, and 73 Mustang fastback.  I have a 61 Austin Healy.  My car has been garaged for 35 years, and someday . . .
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Stuntman, nice '78 Olds.  Well preserved.  I like the white wall tires...we almost never see them anymore.
 
Psquared, I'd love to see that '67 RS.
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Once again, no pics, but my brother just asked me to trade cars. The '36 Plymouth is gone with a '64 Corvair Spyder Convertable will soon be parked in it's place.
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Stuntman nice Delta, can't beat old school cars. I have a 65 C-10 longbed and a 72 Chevelle, they just get better with age.
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1958 Willys Jeep, flat head 4 cylinder.  It's been garaged for about the last 25 years.  I don't have the time to do anything with it.  Anybody interested in buying it?   It will need some work.  Brother Bill T.
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big drew, what size engine do you have in that '72 Chevelle?
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My Chevelle has a 350,nothing to special. It's getting repainted while I'm in Korea then I'll be doing some upgrades ,going with the pro-touring stlye.
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I'm sure it'll be a nice "welcome back from Korea" gift to yourself.
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I have a 1978 Chevy C-10 short wheelbase pickup in seafoam green with a white cab top.  All original (except the paint) 250 straight 6 auto transmission.  This is my runnin' around truck and I love it dearly.  I'm the second owner and when I bought it, it only had 63,000 miles on it.  Good truck.
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 Nice to know there's some classic car owners here.I have a 85 Chevy Silverado long wheel base, 383 stroker, 279/292 107 degree lobe separation thumper comp cam, 650 holley , edelbrock intake,700r4 trans,  40 series flowmasters  dropped 3 inches in rear to level truck sitting on 295/60/15 cooper cobras on aluminum wheels. I will get my girlfriend to take some pics I'm not camera savvy. 
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Classic car for sale.   1968 VW square back Asking 10,000 or best offer.


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Nice looking cars, I have a 72 Dodge Dart the Wife and I have been working on.  Started showing it last year in car shows.
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Originally posted by Dustoff-00 Dustoff-00 wrote:

 
Look, I'm a fairly reasonable man, but this is getting out of hand.  You need to bring back my car.  Wink
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Originally posted by dualsingularity dualsingularity wrote:

Originally posted by Dustoff-00 Dustoff-00 wrote:

 
Look, I'm a fairly reasonable man, but this is getting out of hand.  You need to bring back my car.  Wink
 
 
 
My appologies Brother.....by the way can you spare about $50k in gas money...its a long drive to Cali.  Big smile
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I don't have a classic car any longer but wish I still had my first car. I was born in 69 and growing up my parents had a 69 camero that they bought new. I always said that when I turned 16 that was going to be my car. When I turned 16 my dad gave me that car and I drove it for about 5 years. When I went off in the army my parents sold it. I would love to have that car back.
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Dustoff, that is a nice Mach 1!  What size engine do you have in it, 429ci?  I bet it "sounds good."
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Originally posted by Tar Heel 357 Tar Heel 357 wrote:

Dustoff, that is a nice Mach 1!  What size engine do you have in it, 429ci?  I bet it "sounds good."
 
 
 
Thanks Brother.  It is a 351C with 4V heads. I have had a few thins done to it....fuel injection, cam, headers, etc..
 
Yes, it does sound sweet. Dont take it out much though. Too scared someone might "breath" on it. Besides, I think Dual might try and take it back. TongueBig smile
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Found a shot of our at last years car show, just need to add the "bumblebee" stripe now.

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Hey Stuntman, here is a pic of my 77 Olds 88 Royale.  She has a 403, instead of the 442, but she runs great!!

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Originally posted by Stuntman98 Stuntman98 wrote:

 1978 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale This baby has a 6.6L, 442 Rocket 265HP v8



does it have switches? Looks like its on some daytons

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That is a super nice stang! What is the paint chide on that? I want that silver.

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I currently own two restored [concourse] Corvairs
 
1]  1966 Monza convertible  140 horse power glide with A/C
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