- Mar 14, 2004
I`m glad the stang was my first car. Plan to hand it down to my first son (if and when I have one )
LOL thought you might like that I miss my Mopar show and go 340's love to rev. There is nothing like driving around in an old muscle car can't stop worth a crap no a/c or power steering (most at least) but could snap your neck with the brute torque they made.With a title like that, I had to come in.
Now now, I know whatcha' mean. We always have a real soft spot for our first rides (I still have my first covered wagon). Add to the mix that it was something old and of the genre that's quite in vogue these days, and we miss 'em (I do anyhow).
Great lookin ride you had Danny!
uggh i wish i lived back in your days....big block power...cruiseing...carburators you had it all, sweet looking cars to boot!!!!!damn you guys had it made!!!! IM SO JELIOUS!! we got the crap end i love muscle cars all the pics of my dads and uncles old muscle cars...Lucky guys
i would be more then happy to let you play with my stuff....
Wystang??? 27 freakin years old? So....so old.....
just kidding, i'm 26...
Love that car!!!
Really didn't have to deal with jetting to much as winters in Fl were well around the same temp as the rest of the year.Danny, I know whatcha mean about the space and simplicity. I never could get carbed stuff to run really well in all conditions (without winter jetting, summer jetting, etc) but it sure was simple. You really could do roadside repairs.
And then the fun little boost of the secondaries coming on, etc are all missed with EFI's linearity.