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Old 10-24-2012, 07:45 PM   #6091
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granite

Free granite in the Hood. It's pretty easy to work with if you have a diamond blade for your skill saw and one for your angle grinder. Polishing is a bit time consuming but easily accomplished.



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Old 10-24-2012, 10:11 PM   #6092
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Free granite in the Hood. It's pretty easy to work with if you have a diamond blade for your skill saw and one for your angle grinder. Polishing is a bit time consuming but easily accomplished.



http://portland.craigslist.org/grg/zip/3362949149.html
Surely there is some money to made from this.
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Old 10-25-2012, 10:03 AM   #6093
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wife and i have decided to sell our bikes just dont ride them anymore, 1st is a 1979 suzuki sp370 4stroke, nice and quiet, good on road off road tires bike starts easy and runs great, no leaks, no smoke, all lights work has headlight,brake light and turn signals, great gas milage if your thinking about commuting to work or school! $500 cash firm 2nd is a 1981 honda xr200 wifes bike also runs very good, has new knobby tires, doesnt smoke and starts easy, has some rocker tapping but most do! still very dependable trail bike $500 cash firm!! $1000 for both! clear titles call serious inquires only no tire kickers please at this price you cant go wrong
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Old 10-25-2012, 03:12 PM   #6094
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damn!!! i'd love to have that Suzi!!!
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Old 10-26-2012, 12:09 PM   #6095
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That Ford V4 is cool, but I'd rather have this...



(Sorry Hugo, couldn't resist)
Still looks like grandma's car to me!


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Stock 1500 cc V4, meh not so much, and you've driven a Monte Carlo 850 engined SAAB?
Hell yeah! "...841 cc two-stroke three cylinder engine with one Solex carburetor per cylinder, giving 52 hp (39 kW)..." Make sure you are buckled in!

I know of a guy dropping a 900 turbo engine into a race prepped 99. But that is only logical. These older bodies are so incredibly cool though. There is just no reasonable space for dropping in a different engine.

But then again, why would you want to quiet the 3 cyl 2 str song:

Here you go Wolfie:

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Old 10-26-2012, 12:37 PM   #6096
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Free granite in the Hood. It's pretty easy to work with if you have a diamond blade for your skill saw and one for your angle grinder. Polishing is a bit time consuming but easily accomplished.



http://portland.craigslist.org/grg/zip/3362949149.html
I wouldn't get your hopes up. It was reported today that a large semi was seen pulling out of the place all loaded up. And the place didn't look like that photo anymore. Place is a short distance from where I live and I'll check it out on my way home this afternoon from work.

Full story here-
http://hoodriverbizbuzz.com/
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Old 10-30-2012, 07:21 AM   #6097
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Need a little more power?

http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/mcy/3336856025.html

Complete blower ssembly for a harley davison(may work on other bikes).Magna charger with throttle body,mounting system.injectors,belts pulleys,etc.Was on a drag bike and is set up to run alcohol.Mounts on front down tubes.Call for more details. Price is $1600.00 cash only.360-683-6857

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Old 11-01-2012, 12:02 PM   #6098
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Motorcycle Honda v45 - $550 (Boise)


I have a Honda v45 its a 748cc! It is in good shape, but it needs some new front breaks and a back tire put on. I did purchase a brand new back tire, so that is included in the price! It does have a salvage title, but it's running and ready to go, so please call or text price is $550
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:06 AM   #6099
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Old 11-02-2012, 08:52 AM   #6100
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1986, I'm in high school, and my mother had one of those just like that. Same color, even. I was able to "Sneak" it away a couple of evenings and let me tell ya, those cars FLY. Good times.

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Old 11-02-2012, 09:29 AM   #6101
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1986, I'm in high school, and my mother had one of those just like that. Same color, even. I was able to "Sneak" it away a couple of evenings and let me tell ya, those cars FLY.

Good times.
I do realize that these cars are way different by the time Toyota was done with them,
but I had a 1984 Celica ST Coupe (same platform, same year series as above).
Worst POS I ever had, but POS is the wrong term.
It was dead reliable, never opened the hood in the year & a half I had it.
It was just a horrible car to drive, and evn just be inside. Horrible Interior.
It squealed around easy corners with BAD stock tires, leaned way out with BAD stock shocks and no sway bars.
Rode hard like a "slammed" 90s Civic over nasty pothole stuff, and wallowed like a 70s cadillac over small whoops.
Those 80's Celica STs were slugs.
My '97 1-wd Ranger P/U was even slightly better.....

Bad Times.
Traded it on a 1985 Mustang GT 5-sp
Good Times.
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:44 AM   #6102
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I do realize that these cars are way different by the time Toyota was done with them,
but I had a 1984 Celica ST Coupe (same platform, same year series as above).
Worst POS I ever had, but POS is the wrong term.
It was dead reliable, never opened the hood in the year & a half I had it.
It was just a horrible car to drive, and evn just be inside. Horrible Interior.
It squealed around easy corners with BAD stock tires, leaned way out with BAD stock shocks and no sway bars.
Rode hard like a "slammed" 90s Civic over nasty pothole stuff, and wallowed like a 70s cadillac over small whoops.
Those 80's Celica STs were slugs.
My '97 1-wd Ranger P/U was even slightly better.....

Bad Times.
Traded it on a 1985 Mustang GT 5-sp
Good Times.
I think you are comparing a 4 banger Celica with a 6 cylinder Supra. Those Supra's were quite a bit different than Celicas. They came in at a respectable (For a yota) 161 HP, 5 speed. That being said, had a buddy with a 5.0 Mustang of the same era and way more torque, but in a twisty roads that Supra sure was fun ride.
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:58 AM   #6103
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I think you are comparing a 4 banger Celica with a 6 cylinder Supra.
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I do realize that these cars are way different by the time Toyota was done with them,
but I had a 1984 Celica ST Coupe (same platform, same year series as above).

They were about as different as any two cars could ever be from the same basic platform.
Except for maybe some of those 90's Chrysler/Dodge Shelby Turbo econocars,.....remember that 4-door Shelby GLHS?
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:46 AM   #6104
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They were about as different as any two cars could ever be from the same basic platform.
Except for maybe some of those 90's Chrysler/Dodge Shelby Turbo econocars,.....remember that 4-door Shelby GLHS?
The one that "Goes Like Hell S'more" - you betcha. Can't belive that was based on a Dodge Omni which was the biggest POS I had the displeasure of breaking down in (My aunts). I'd take any car with Shelby's name on it. I think I may bore my KLR out and call it a Shelby! Sorry for the trip down memory lane..now back to craigslist.

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Old 11-03-2012, 07:50 AM   #6105
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Ran when I put it away....
Looks pretty good for $250.

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