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Old 01-12-2018, 12:48 AM
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Where are you in NJ Peter?
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Can't tell me this wouldn't look just sweet as a tow vehicle for a 36' goose neck hauler in a matching paint theme. Truck is simply spectacular in my opinion! On today's docket in Scottsdale.

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Heck -- that would be fun to cruz' in ... TAZ
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It went pretty cheap at $27,500 plus the juice
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Reposting these since the original post was decimated by the Photobucket phiasco:
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'63 LeMans Convertible
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'65 GTO - original, unrestored, Dad was original owner, 5000 mile Royal Pontiac factory racer
'74 Chevelle - original owner, 9.85 @ 136 mph best

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Old 01-18-2018, 01:54 PM
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Stepping up to the open car trailer:
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'65 GTO - original, unrestored, Dad was original owner, 5000 mile Royal Pontiac factory racer
'74 Chevelle - original owner, 9.85 @ 136 mph best

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Since I still had the old tow bar I went looking for an logging chain to duplicate the vintage tow setup. Found one in my in-law's barn; I added a hitch to the Grand Prix so now I can do this:
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'74 Chevelle - original owner, 9.85 @ 136 mph best

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Old 01-18-2018, 02:07 PM
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Great pics all. Especially the Corvair towing the GTO. Priceless.
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Keith,,, Does your 63 GP have a 4spd or the slim-jim? And, if the slim-jim, how does it tow?......Bill S
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