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1981 Chevrolet Corvette

After seeing a picture of my grandfather in front of the C3 Chevrolet Corvette he bought new when he retired from the Navy, I just had to have one. I found this 1981 Corvette project after it had been horribly neglected and left to the weather and time to ravage. My plans are to have…

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Factory Five GTM

Here is a picture of my Factory Five GTM. With less than 200 GTM’s on the road in the world, this GTM is designed to use many C5 Corvette parts such as suspension, fuel tanks, radiator, brakes, mirrors, door handles, etc. I put a new LS3 e-Rod engine in it along with a Mendeola transaxle,…

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1990 Chevrolet Corvette

My son purchased this car about 5 years ago. The seats were torn, top torn, back window yellow, paint job faded pink. Sound system removed, an aftermarket alarm system that kept draining the battery and kept it from starting and damage to the driver rear quarter. I bought the car from my son (since he…

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1923, ’33 & ’34 Fords

I am happy to share our three street rods with fellow members. The first is one of our favorite car show drivers, it is a 1933 Ford 3-window Coupe. The car is virtually new from the ground up and includes a complete Ford drivetrain with 351 Windsor engine power. She has all the bells and…

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1967 Chevrolet Corvette

I bought this car long ago when I still lived in South Africa. It was an original export car. When I obtained it after many years of abuse, accident repair, modifications and general butchery and brought it to the states when I moved my family to Florida. While repair parts were not readily available in…

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1976 Corvette & 1959 Mack

I’ve attached two of my classic car restoration projects. Several years ago, I converted the 1976 Corvette to all-electric. Unless it’s raining, it’s my daily driver. I had a business restoring and modifying cars and this had been sitting around for about 15 years. I’d completed most of the bodywork and just couldn’t part the…

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1955 Chevrolet Nomad

I bought this ‘55 Nomad back in 2012 in Greeley, CO, and brought it home to Minot ND and started to dismantle it. I got the kids and grand kids involved with the dismantling process AND the assembly process, from our car club. They loved it! It has a GM 350 crate engine backed up…

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1966 Chevrolet Impala

I Bought my ‘66 Chevrolet Impala Convertible in 2009 and had a restoration guy go with me to make sure it was a good deal. After bringing it home, in 2011 the paint started falling off. Upon further inspection it turned out to be the poster child for body filler companies. The filler was 2-inches…

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1966 Chevrolet Impala Convertible

I bought this beauty in 1990 with only 34,000 original miles on the odometer, in the years since I have accumulated a total of 56,000 happy miles with friends and family on her now. I am the please to be only the third owner of this gently used beauty and have left her mostly stock.…

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1958 Chevrolet BelAir

I live in Italy, and love the American old cars. Back in 1985, my parents gave me this ’58 BelAir as a gift. This car has been built for Europe, and has got the speedometer in kilometers. It’s equipped with a small block 283, power glide transmission, power brakes, power windows, power steering and power…

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