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Need help with my GMC Jimmy

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Comment by Andy Freeman on December 2, 2010 at 6:31pm
Hey Everyone, This is my 1955 Hudson Hornet. It needs a few cosmetic things fixed, but the engine is freshly rebuilt, its pushing 2,500 miles. Great car to drive.

Comment by mr x on September 1, 2010 at 10:32am
my ride

Comment by Scott L Ferrell on June 4, 2010 at 9:58am
Anyone else feel bad about the death of Mercury? My father was a Ford executive from 1957-1980, We manily had Galaxies, but we upgraded to a 1977 Grand Marquis two door coupe. Loved that car. I hate to see it go, but I understand that the brand has no place anymore.
Comment by Edward on January 7, 2010 at 4:03pm


Trying this one more time. Stock 2003 Mustang. Looking to upgrade to a newer one. If not, I'll be tweaking this one. Sucks in the snow we're having but all those sunny, top down days make up for it.
Comment by Josh Lemmon on January 6, 2010 at 5:06pm


My 2002 GT Mustang, just added a couple of things to it since I've got it like the wheels (FR500s) and Mach-1 style chin spoiler.
Comment by Matthew Nelson on December 10, 2009 at 10:51am


a car my friends and i built a year or two ago
Comment by Greg Flores on December 1, 2009 at 12:43am


'59 Apache I inherited from my dad (he bought it and dumped a bunch of money into it, but passed away before the shop finished all the work). It has a 350/TH350... slightly out of place looking late 60's Mustang bucket seats... and is a frankenstein's mess of mishmashed parts from a variety of cars... but it looks good and drives in almost a straight line...

my daily driver is a much less interesting '91 Camry
Comment by Ryan C Duncan on November 30, 2009 at 12:50pm
My '94 Mustang GT. Pretty much done everything to it myself with my Father's help. Right now pushing over 450 to the wheels.

Comment by Ryan on August 14, 2009 at 9:56am
Check out this monster- created by the same individual that made Leno's "Tank Rod"




"of a chopped Peterbilt model 351 cab and an 852ci two-stroke Detroit Diesel twin-supercharged V12 mated to an Allison 4-speed automatic transmission from a Greyhound bus. The engine produces 500 horsepower and nearly 1000 lb-ft torque with a redline of just 2,800 rpm."


What a unique looking piece of machinery. The only thing I wish was that the interior was decked out a little bit more. Maybe a little more leather, some turned aluminum on the dash and it would be even MORE amazing!
Comment by thehuhman on August 13, 2009 at 10:41am
I created a new album, where members can post photos of their favorite cars and trucks. Post yours there too! Thanks! LINK: "ALBUM of WHEELS"
 

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