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  • What's in your garage?

    Probably been done to death but thought I'd share what's in mine
    1927 Dodge Tourer
    1931 Plymouth 3 window coupe it's my current project running a 392 hemi
    1934 Ford fordor 4" chop 350 tuneport injected Jag rear
    1965 Pontiac Grand Prix 400 TH700 9" full air bag suspension 20" Cragar SS wheels
    1966 Charger 383
    1986 Trans am 305 Tune port

    The tow vehicle
    1998 Nissan Patrol 6 wheel tray back 6.5 Chevy Diesel
    2004 Holden utility 5.7 6 speed manual it's a pickup version of Pontiac GTO
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  • #2
    The Gang

    I ALWAYS wanted to see that GTO " El Camino! I gave up! You cannot appredciate my shock & surprise at clicking THAT photo. Wel, the front end is no GTO front. But I can get a good idea.

    To reply to "What's in your garage".... probably nothig of interest, herein, but:

    2001 (final year) Jeep XJ Cherokee LIMITED with all 27 options, 62,000 miles absolutly flawless throughout.
    1993 Cadillac Sixty-Special Sedan - 1 of 1 made with Midnight Plum-Purple Metallic paint coupled with White Leather interior. A i-off, documented by GM. 10,009 miles in 17 years. Flawless
    2003 Lincoln Town Car - Spring Special 'THE LIMITED". All Options (well on this model there were only 2 options MoonRoof & WW tires). 10,866 miles in 7 years.
    In Heated Storage: 3 asc (American Sun Roof's OTHER corporation, American Speciality CARS in sohatation with McLaren Engineering:
    1986 asc/McLaren Mercury Capri Coupe with 700 miles, Medium Gray Metallic with Sunburst Orange Striping % Logos. This is a fastback Coupe

    Two 1990 Ford asc/McLaren 2-Seat Conversion Convertibles with Mercedes Benz Cloth Convertible Roofs. Azura Blue Pearl with 6,010 miles in 20 years and a Sterling Silver Pearlescent 25th Anniversary Edition Ford Mustang asc/McLaren Conversion with Scarlet Red Interior. 11,900 miles in 20 years.


    • #3
      Hey Guys,
      I really like you guys! The more the better!!! Here I go
      Richard D. Hord
      Attached Files


      • #4
        Actually in the garage? The 1960 Squarebird with 17" x 8" Boyd Junkyard Dog wheels and the family hauler - a 2010 Saturn Outlook XR. Totes the 5 of us in comfort and tows the 1995 Jayco 1207 KB pop up trailer just fine. My daily driver is a 2005 Mazda3 S hatch 5 speed stick - Zoom Zoom.

        And, uh, that's it. One day, after the kids, maybe there will be more toys.

        Richard - Love the Diamond Jubilee 'Bird. My friend's family in HS had one in maroon with the factory T-tops. A pretty rare car, I bet.
        DGS (aka salguod)
        1960 Convertible - Raven Black, Red leather


        • #5
          Hey Doug,
          Thanks! The Diamond Jubilee is the first car I ever had (well actually the second DJ, I got ran off the road and totaled the first one) and the one my wife and I started dating in Old Blue very seldom leaves the garage, she has more sentimental value than anything! Started showing her in '86 for several years before retiring her. She's a pretty nice old gal!
          Richard D. Hord


          • #6
            My Goodies

            Hi all,
            This is the line up of some of the stuff we've gathered over the years.

            1963 THUNDERBIRD
            1973 MACH 1
            1979 PINTO (yes a Pinto)
            1989 LOWE PONTOON
            2000 EXCURSION 7.3 POWERSTROKE
            2003 YAMAHA CUSTOM GOLF CART
            2005 CONQUEST DECK BOAT
            2007 MUSTANG CONV.


            1963 T BIRD

            T BIRD ENGINE

            1973 MACH 1

            MUSTANG ENGINE 500ci BORED & STROKED 460

            2005 CONQUEST DECK BOAT


            2000 EXCURSION 7.3 POWERSTROKE


            • #7
              Hey Clint,
              Love the engine compartment of that '63 Thunderbird! Immaculate
              Richard D. Hord


              • #8
                I now have got running the XN85 that was 'resting' in my garage!
                A Thunderbirder from the Land of the Long White Cloud.


                • #9
                  Originally posted by Richard D. Hord View Post
                  Hey Clint,
                  Love the engine compartment of that '63 Thunderbird! Immaculate
                  Richard D. Hord
                  Hey there,
                  Thanks a bunch.
                  I wouldn't go so far as to call it "Immaculate", but I've noticed over the years that if you set em up like this now they're a whole lot easier to keep clean later once you start piling on the miles.