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Old 08-06-2018, 03:23 PM
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Heck with the Cub Cadets, I like the 1960's something Plymouth(?) better!
Its a 1965 Satellite. It was the last car my dad bought before he passed a few years ago. I have also have his Barracuda, which is the same color coincidentally.

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Really now, going on 5 pages to figure out how to nail a few boards together??!!
What can I say, Im special!!

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Well, you know how it is. The simple solutions get overlooked. Hell, I wouldn't have consulted the internet masses to solve this particular issue. Wait..... I'm not really the type to consult the internet masses for anything. I'm the "answer guy".
I have exactly zero experience working on house related things. I was looking for ideas because I sure didnt have any lol.
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Old 08-07-2018, 12:10 AM
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Alright, the ramp thing is figured out. Case closed.
Now, let us in on the cars. Did you mention a Barracuda? Not a big Mopar fan, but I like muscle...
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Lol Todd...yes I have a Barracuda. Its a 67 fastback. Original 273 auto with buckets and console. Dad bought it off the original owner in 1989 when I was 8. I grew up with it and love it dearly. Unfortunately he parked it around 2000 when the brakes went out. Instead of fixing it, he build a drag car and pretty much forgot about the 'cuda. It needs totally gone through, quarters, paint, etc. It will get the 5.7 hemi out of my gf's rusty Durango. It will be a total money pit but I'm gonna build it to drive the wheels off of.

The Satellite is a 65 with a poly 318. I'm not impressed with it powerwise but its a nice cruiser. Theres a 383 sitting in the back room that was bought with this in mind, but I hate to tear it apart because I love driving it. And the Barracuda is at the top of the priority list anyway.

He also left me a a rat rod with a 37 ford 1.5T cab, dodge bed, and a 360 motor. He started with a pile of parts and built it from the ground up. That's a blast and a half to drive but I need to wire a lockup switch to unlock the torque converter. Having the converter locked up all the time makes town driving not much fun.
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