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Unread 06-14-2007, 03:04 PM   #16
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Quote:
Originally Posted by JeepHunter89
Haha, yeah, I think a lot of guys are like that. I am like that with cars, old bicycles sitting around my house, 4-wheelers, boats, etc., etc.
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Originally Posted by Hogweed
i'm going to start that conversion tomorrow...i will post an update in about 3 years!! that is truly awesome!
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Jeephunter89 - Thanx. I was afraid I was the only one with automotive dementia, now I know I'm not.

Things like my big block ZJ dream happen when you start doing convoluted math like this:
What I own + What I want to drive + What I can afford = X?

X is usually something that by all rights should not exist in the first place.

That's how my Mom's 318 2BBL Y block 65 Fury III four door ended up having a 413 4BBL Holley, electronic ignition, magnum exhaust manifolds from a Road Runner and 2 1/2 dual exhaust with Imperial mufflers. (Still had the original color matched steel wheels and dog dish hubcaps, one hell of a sleeper!)

Hogweed - As far as the 5spd swap, I'll race you to the install.
I bet I can finish mine in two years and four months, that's way quicker than three years.... sorta!
Clock doesn't start running til I get off the couch though. That should be any time now.
Yup, any time now............. :-)


Thanks for all the replies folks - JC

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