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Yep, that is what he gets to drive everyday and I get stuck with THIS!!!![:@] However, I do have to commute farther everyday and I wouldn't dare park it in the college parking lot. So I guess its for the best that I drive the Metro, but that doesn't mean it doesn't stink. And the 65 stays in the garage.
OK ITS A 1948 NASH FLATHEAD 6 CYLINDER
WOW! Can I have it, can I have it, can I have it? I remember those old cars like the back of my hand. Not cool as in a Mustang, but cool in that they are historic.
Yeah, I don't know a whole lot about those old cars, but I do know there are a lot of cars from about the mid-30s to late 40s that would really work for me. Pretty much any mid-late 30s coupe, but even the bigger boxier sedans are cool in their own way. Just very distinctive. Within 5 miles of my house are not one but 2 1938 Buick Special sedans. Sadly, they are just sitting there rusting away. I took a good look at one of them but was never able to contact the owner. The last thing in the world I need is another car but who knows... if I ever stumble across one that still has the original straight 8 and runs and drives, I could see buying one.
I need to look into the town code here and see if I am allowed to build a huge barn in my backyard.
Here is the barn my brother and I built a few years back. This was before we added work benches, etc. It is also before I replaced the rear leaf springs on Yeller. It sure is nice to have a lot of room indoors to work on stuff. This barn was no snap to put up though. It took us about a month to build it. Here is also a snap of my DD.
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