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    Excellent!!
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    What happened to the front bumper? Did Jim not include it in the sale?
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    Thanks guys!(:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imperial King View Post
    What happened to the front bumper? Did Jim not include it in the sale?
    No he did(: it just was inside my truck
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    Got her home yesterday and decent trip except for feeling like I went through a hurricane rain storm lol but home after a 8hr trip lol
    Ty

    Some sh%& head is following me!

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    I'd say the trip was worth it in the fact that you were bringing a 57 Plymouth home! Is that an Oregon plate on front?
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    Yay she's home! Standing tall in the driveway, a good feeling!

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    Man? get er going and drive it as is......Its a head turner looking that way....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1958PlymouthFuryChristine View Post
    Must be that only me and Bob like the high horse/performance 440s anymore. I feel so lonesome... But anyhow, performance or stock, the 440s are still great.
    Jacky you are forgetting someone.

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    Ty I am glad you have her home with you. Looks like a keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy Mopar View Post
    Jacky you are forgetting someone.
    Its even more lonely with a flathead (the car not me)

    Wagon looks cool!! Would have been quite a looker when new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy Mopar View Post
    Jacky you are forgetting someone.
    Oh sorry Chrissy! Is the 440 in your car similar to the one in Redsled, performance wise?
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    Quote Originally Posted by christineuk View Post
    Its even more lonely with a flathead (the car not me)

    Wagon looks cool!! Would have been quite a looker when new.


    I dunno Dean, Doobs was telling everyone you are a blockhead and most blocks are flat, so...



    I still have a rule to never own another flat 6--they just don't seem to agree with me. I suppose since I've got such an undying love for the slant 6 the flatheads are jealous!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1958PlymouthFuryChristine View Post
    Oh sorry Chrissy! Is the 440 in your car similar to the one in Redsled, performance wise?
    Bobby is going to help me with more power once the car is back together. Had to stop playing with it for now or I will never get the body finished. Good to have you on the forum with like interest. Now I am not lonesome.
    Last edited by Chrissy Mopar; 09-22-2016 at 05:19 PM.

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    Glad you had a safe trip, Ty.

    Did that wagon come from the Kee collection in Brothers, Oregon? looks a lot like one that was at their auction a few years back.

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    Thanks guys!

    Jackie-yes it is

    John- I believe so since Jim told me it came from Oregon so it must be!
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    We all love faw-fa-tys! Glad your parents let you park in their drive way,"not to crowded"! Marc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy Mopar View Post
    Jacky you are forgetting someone.
    Yea Don't forget Chrisy she likes real Engines

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy Mopar View Post
    Bobby is going to help me with more power once the car is back together. Had to stop playing with it for now or I will never get the body finished. Good to have you on the forum with like interest. Now I am not lonesome.
    That's really nice of Bob to give advice to you on how to build up that 440! Another good idea for that 440 is going the "sleeper" route with it, if you still want it to sound "tame", but having a good amount of horses too. And I am happy to be here Chrissy, and its nice to have you here as well. Us hot rodders gotta kinda stick together here! I'm going to make a hot rod out of my 57/8 Plymouth when I get it, just wait and see! I do know a bit about hot rodding myself.
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