Three Year Anniversary

Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by chepsk8, Feb 12, 2004.


  1. chepsk8

    chepsk8 Founding Member

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    I was chatting with Pakrat on the phone today, and It occured to me that I muissed my three year anniversary here by a few weeks.

    Been a long fun ride, wouldn't trade it for anything!
     
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  2. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 Keeper of the closet key Founding Member

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    YAY! Happy late anniversary!

    -Chelle
     
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  3. chepsk8

    chepsk8 Founding Member

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    Thank you!
     
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    66 BLAKE 96 Native Texican Founding Member

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    Happy Anniversary you 2! Mines not till June, IF I still have the car.
     
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  6. 66 BLAKE 96

    66 BLAKE 96 Native Texican Founding Member

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    Wha? :shrug:
     
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  7. Pakrat

    Pakrat Founding Member

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    Yeah, wha?

    Oh yeah and happy anniversary.............again! :D

    You too Blakester. I'll be 4 years this summer. nana :p :banana:
     
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  8. 65stanger

    65stanger big blue fuzzy closet monster Founding Member

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    Happy Anniversary Chepsk8 and Blake! All I've got to add to that is...........
    You bring your hips in tight, but it's the pelvic thrust that really drives you insane! :rlaugh:
     
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  9. gp001

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    I have been thinking about building another Cuda. While the Mustang is fun, I would love to have more power and the limited room for tires is killing me. I have several rear end options that I was deciding between then my buddy said he wants to replace his aluminum block hemi boat motor with a blown BB chevy. The motor was built to withstand 1000hp and I could get it for a good deal. I'll change the cam and have it just under 600 hp. I just have to figure out if I want to start ALL over again from the beginning.
     
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    66 BLAKE 96 Native Texican Founding Member

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    Well, I can't blame the desire for a 'Cuda. They are cool cars and I know you have a history with Mopars. I hope you can appreciate though, that its hard for alot of us to fathom how you might voluntarily give up possibly the most coveted street machine brawler of the board. Keep me posted on those developments. I sure could use a 347, and I hear the Richmond 6 speed is a cozy fit in a 66 Mustang. :D

    If things do go that direction for you, I look forward to learning about the buildup of a brutal 'Cuda. :nice:

    Edit: Ya know, there is plenty of room in a coupe to mini-tub... :banana:
     
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  11. gp001

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    Thanks Blake :nice:

    One of the things I am contemplating on the stang is the Griggs rear (or a Griggs like rear) with a mini tub for some more meat.
    It's really gonna depend on him. If he decides to change motors I probably will go for it. Alum hemi with a richmond 6 speed would be fun
     
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  12. Realmongo

    Realmongo I prefer to be called "Evil Genius" Founding Member

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    Happy Anniversary to you!!!
     
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    umm..... any one crazy enough to just stuff the 426 hemi into a mustang body? :shrug: :confused:

    I would be sick enough to try it. Also thinking of a shortbox Dakota with a 426 blown and traction bars. painted BRIGHT RED

    ~meow
     
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    If it goes for anything, I also have a passion for 1968 to 1974 Hurst/Olds, having owned one (1974 Indy Pace Car version), and activelly looking for another. Only 127 1972 Convertibles made (also Indy pace car, and only H/O convertible), I'd selll everything to get one!
     
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