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I had a '64, sold it as I couldnt weld with a pacemaker and not rich enough as a teenager to fix it up. It will be mine once more though before I croak.
LOL....I had a 63 New Yorker in the late 80's when I was in HS.....looked almost like this but it had a paint brush machine grey paint job!! We drove this car everywhere and NO wooded/dirt trail was to much for it! Push button tranny!
"She lets her knowledge out a bit at a time, so as not to embarrass me" Dr. Who
"Much more of a hoot to drive than you might imagine. Think of it if you like, as a librarian with a G-string under her tweed pants. I do, and it helps." Jeremy Clarkson, Top Gear BBC
One of my Army buddies had a 63 New Yorker that he bought off an old lady who bought it new around Ft. Hood. We burned up the highways with that thing. Man, what a nice riding car. 413 Wedge with power & torque to spare.
Governments are extremely dangerous.
Death, imprisonment, theft of property
and loss of freedom will result from
giving them too much power.
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