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  1. Tiny Lund Charger Daytona WIP

    Picked this beauty up over the weekend.
  2. 1976 or 1977 Dale Earnhardt Ford Torino

    Here is a trading/collector card for the car.
  3. 1970 Rare Green Charger

    Nice job on the trunk rack.........
  4. I never knew these existed!

    http://oldcarbrochures.com/new/021110/1954 Nash Rambler Foldout/1954 Nash Rambler Foldout-04-05.html
  5. Clarence Lovell Torino Cobra

    Nice build also>
  6. Clarence Lovell Torino Cobra

    Killed in a car accident after running at Talladega. Died pretty young..........around 28 or 29 or????
  7. What diecast did you get today?

  8. Shelby Thunderbird

    Don't want to hi-jack this thread but I saw this car for sale on the Hemmings site...........and it is a T-Bird. It was ordered by Ford in 1963 from the Italians as a styling study.
  9. Bowman Gray Stadium Modified

    Saw the Winston Cup cars race there once. Better qualify good because there wasn't much passing.
  10. '64 Dodge roof mystery.......

    1964 Dodge 4 door roof..........
  11. First $300,000 can have this race car

  12. Some NASCAR kits I built years ago

    Always like the look of the Aero coupe.
  13. Racing, Hot Rod, truck and aircraft engines by FTB

    After the program was cancelled by Chrysler Engineering the left over pieces made into the real world after being disposed by Chrysler. One engine I know of for sure was built up from various pieces and has been shown around in various magazines. I did some of the valve train development on the engine dyno for awhile and the program was cancelled when NASCAR heard about it and said absolutely not. The black and white picture in the article shows the engine on the dyno at Chrysler where I worked on it for awhile.https://www.hotrod.com/articles/return-dohc-426-hemi/