Show Us Your Hot Rod, Muscle Car, 4Wheel Toy!

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by JohnBoy777, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. Jeffy

    Jeffy Hmm...

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    It's been a daily driver since day one. Bought it new. Went through HS and College with it. First pic was when it had 35x12.5R15's. Second was after swapped back to some stock wheels and going with smaller 33x10.5R15's. Over summer I installed A/C so it's a lot more pleasant to drive. Still needs a lot more work done. A new transfer case is high on the list. No plans on repainting the doors, It's a YJ thing... :lol3

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  2. Solaros1

    Solaros1 Long timer

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    Bought this when I was nineteen years old - just over 41 years ago.

    I also have a 1968 Dean Jeffries Kyote dune buggy

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    and three Land Rovers

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  3. Vbird

    Vbird In Room 237

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    72 Triumph Stag
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    57 bird
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    55 bird that is still in pieces
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  4. Iwantabikesobad

    Iwantabikesobad Long timer

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  5. Speedo66

    Speedo66 Transient

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    That's the best looking 356 I've ever seen, bet you're glad you've held onto it.
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  6. marksbonneville

    marksbonneville Been here awhile

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    My toys crammed in the garage.

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  7. Anorak

    Anorak Woolf Barnato

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    Oh no you din't! James Dean weeps.
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  8. Solaros1

    Solaros1 Long timer

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    Dean Jeffries built this car and was a friend of James Dean. Jeffries painted the "130" and "Little Bastard" on Dean's 550 Spyder.
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  9. Sod Buster

    Sod Buster prairie rider

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    My impractical garage queen.:lol3

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  10. oldmanb777

    oldmanb777 Just say NO to socialism!

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    A couple Waggy's.
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    An 84 that I bought from a Celeb who neglected it. I lifted\, locked, repainted, warmed it up a bit etc. I loved that car.
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    When i met this one for the first time, it was new. I didn't realise that I would own it 30 yearrs later.
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  11. ShadyRascal

    ShadyRascal Master of None

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    95 Mustang SVT Cobra

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    I've had my truck for 10 years now, and modified it just enough I guess it qualifies as a toy. Faster than a lot of cars, too.

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    And if 4 wheels qualifies, I have a trailer load of these things

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  12. Nophix

    Nophix Been here awhile

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    Ever heard the term "there's some freak in that geek"? Well, that definitely applies here. One of 50 T5M's imported in 98, and apparently the ONLY one in this color. Oh, it's not as stock as it looks.. ;) Sadly, I wound up using it as a daily driver for the family for the last year, so she's gotten kinda dirty. I've got another commuter car coming, and the family has a new minivan, so she can go back in the garage. She's never seen snow, and now she's covered in it.. :eek1

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  13. tkitna

    tkitna Long timer

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    Brothers 51' Ford with a 351 W.

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  14. discochris

    discochris Long timer

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    Posted in the cool trucks thread a while back, but here it is again. I need to do some more body work on it, but I just don't have the time or cash right now.

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  15. ZZR_Ron

    ZZR_Ron Looking up

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    This one isn't yours, is it? Came across it when I was riding the Backrods of Wisconsin.

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  16. 13

    13 __________

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    I'll throw another old Ford in. Mostly toy but it gets used for lumber runs once and a while. Just put in a new 410 with 9.5:1 flat tops. It only runs on 92 but the torque is worth it.

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  17. SafetyThird

    SafetyThird Pist-n-broke

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  18. Sod Buster

    Sod Buster prairie rider

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    I love ford Hi-Boys one of my old fords.

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  19. Anorak

    Anorak Woolf Barnato

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    Sweet! How high does it wind?
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  20. SafetyThird

    SafetyThird Pist-n-broke

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    More than I'm willing to take it.
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