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About Bucky

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 06/10/1955

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    1/24 and 1/25

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    Tennessee, USA
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    Keith Buckner

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  1. Here in southern middle Tennessee, there was a 'dusting' of snow today. I dread the winters more as I get older!!
  2. I didn't realize there was a Ranger option available for '66: Bucket seats and console were available options. More good stuff for the aftermarket to make for these kits! LOL
  3. That's a cool set. Mercury stuff should be do-able. (Is that a word?)
  4. It looks to me like emblems and maybe hubcaps.
  5. Weird cars Post em here.

    Very smooth ride...comfy interior...cool body lines.... When the 400 locked up, I put a '70 model 300 horse 350 in it. Turned it into a sorta sleeper.
  6. That way, I'd hafta buy four kits!! Two for '65, and two for '66!!
  7. Weird cars Post em here.

    I owned a '76 Malibu Classic with the 400. Torquey engine, but no real hot rod!
  8. Weird cars Post em here.

    According to Wikipedia, the top engine for '76 was the 400: In its third and final season, the 1976 Laguna Type S-3 again featured a sloped, body-color urethane front end and quarter-window louvers, but with new rear styling and horizontal taillights shared with other Chevelles. Lagunas shared their round-gauge instrument panel with the personal-luxury Monte Carlo; Malibu models made do with a more conventional dashboard and a linear-readout speedometer. The standard engine was a new 140-horsepower 305 2-barrel V8. Optional engines included the 145-horsepower 350 two-barrel V8 and 175-horsepower 400 four-barrel V8. Aero styling had helped make the Laguna popular with NASCAR drivers. Laguna S3 was outsold by the lower priced Malibu Classic coupe and the Monte Carlo. Production of the Laguna edged up to 9,100 cars as the base price went to $4,621. NASCAR
  9. Has anybody in the aftermarket mentioned making any Mercury conversion parts for the '65-'66 Ford pickup?
  10. Weird cars Post em here.

    I like the Buick! Nearly bought a new one in '76. Here's the '75 version:
  11. 1960 Chrysler Imperial. 11/13, Interior Work.

    I like what I see, here!!!
  12. Auto quiz 400

    I've had NO luck on this one! LOL
  13. Fires destroy 2 resin casters

    Very tragic situation! Did you suffer any damage, Brian?
  14. Fabulous build on this vehicle! I don't remember seeing too many of these A100 pickups back in the day. This is great!!