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Old 07-07-2005, 08:19 PM   #11
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What DO you think that 396 is worth?

Yeah, T's are tricky to drive. The A has the standard 3 speed "H" on the floor. The stricly mechanical brakes take a little more effort. My dad restored the car and gave it to me 8 years ago. I figure I'm a temporary custodian until I pass it on to one of my sons.

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Old 07-07-2005, 11:02 PM   #12
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Old 07-08-2005, 09:16 AM   #13
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What DO you think that 396 is worth?

Yeah, T's are tricky to drive. The A has the standard 3 speed "H" on the floor. The stricly mechanical brakes take a little more effort. My dad restored the car and gave it to me 8 years ago. I figure I'm a temporary custodian until I pass it on to one of my sons.

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Griff: I don't know what it's worth. The owner turned down $10,000 so far. The clock in the dash even works. Being a convertible big block I guess it's worth $25,000 in the shape it's in now. It's a odd ball. Has factory AC also.Kind of nice he wants to keep it ALL original. Any one can restore a antique, It takes a REAL man to hack one up. I also know where you can pick up a 1933 Chevy all original for ten grand if any one is interested. 2 door coop, unmolested. Fine shape. Cool car indeed.
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Old 07-08-2005, 05:58 PM   #14
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Spent last Saturday at the drag strip. Drag racing is another vice of mine. $10,000 in prize money available. Big car class had to do a 470 on an 1/8 mile track. Fella turned a 468 in a 68 corvette. Supercharged with a huge blower. Thats crankin 158mph at the finish line. I can't imagine how that must feel comming out of the hole. Gotta be a rush.

I cooked the hog and got to hang around the motor heads. Great fun!

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WOW Jack, That's humping. We just got into the 7's with the Nova (1/8 track) It didn't come with out a price. Chipped a tooth on the ring gear bad. 3:73 gears. Were going to run it till it pukes it's guts. Got a 9 inch with a Detroit locker 4:10's lined up when it does blow. (And it will)
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