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Gary Davis

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  • Birthday 11/27/1950

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    Gary Davis

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  1. Hey Geoff.....this is really looking Good!! It's been awhile since I've been here and I'm not disappointed one little bit.(as I knew I wouldn't be). Keep up the great work..
  2. Hey Brian...do ya have any updates on this KILLER Super??
  3. Thanks Steve. That saves me some fab work for sure. I was going to use the regular 65 ford kit but don't have to now.
  4. What a very good build of a GREAT driver. If he had the equipment he would have won a lot of races in his career. I want to do this car along with a few others. What was the kit # of this 65? You mentioned that is a re-issue. Also...what color of blue did you use on the body? Thanks for the info...
  5. Now that's a very cool video. It sure shows the HUGE difference in the roofs don't it. I like Calvins approach to this. I'm going to purchase a trans kit for sure. I've always liked the Supercars from down under.
  6. Man Dave....I hear you on the silly Computer hardware and all that sensor stuff!!! I used to really like F1 also. I also liked Nascar..But...not any more. My cousin is still on the TRUEX team. When they won the Championship a few yrs back...I called Todd and congratulated him and also said I was pretty much done with all the silly changes that was being made in NASCAR. He didn't blame me. LOL The SUPER MODIFIED'S along with the 60's-70' and early 80's modifieds are way cool too.
  7. Dave....there is nothing about these cars that leads to being of a REDNECK origin. Although some of these are built in a 2 car garage...most of the teams today have pretty big shops. These bad boys are nothing short of a Dragster that's set up to turn left. If a person thinks it takes LARGE Cahones to Drive a dragster(which it does!!!)...strap yourself into one of these. The Cahone size just jump from softball size to bowling ball size. I've crewed on a Super back in the late 60's. They where fast then but nothing compared to today. Brian...you've done and outstanding job on this build. Makes me want to jump in and build one for sure...
  8. Avery cool build for sure...any updates for us to see???
  9. This is really looking good Alan. I also have that kit and want to use a lot of the parts to build a late 60's super modified. You're inspiring me for sure....
  10. This is cool Calvin. I'll be wanting one for sure...
  11. Man...oh Man...JC....you blow me away bud!!! I really admire your tenacity my friend. Fixing something that would look you straight in the face every time you looked at it...is GREAT. More work but....your going to enjoy it a lot more later on. Great stuff for sure!!
  12. Man...that black paint really POPS! The Whole car looks AWESOME...Great job..
  13. OH YEA...looking REAL good for sure.....
  14. Oh yea...this is going to be real cool!
  15. LOL...I hear you on the masking Matt!! This is looking good though. You body work sure turned out nice. Looking forward to the reveal...
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