WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

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WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by Thunder1 » April 14th 2024, 4:45am

Ending my weekend w/ a '90's era khaki Sub..
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Going blue a little later this afternoon/evening..
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Re: WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by MAX » April 14th 2024, 5:31am

A little old Russian to start the day.

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Re: WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by Nuvolari » April 14th 2024, 1:02pm

codguy wrote:
April 14th 2024, 7:06am
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Whereing this disconbobulated wartch (as Foghorn woud say)

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and taking the mighty flathead V8 out for a leisurely Sunday drive

1951 Ford Tudor Deluxe
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That wartch is beautiful… but just reading ‘flathead V8’ conjures a distinct ‘vrrrap-pap-pap-pap-’ing sound in my minds ear. Enjoy!
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Re: WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by MAX » April 14th 2024, 1:39pm

codguy wrote:
April 14th 2024, 7:06am
taking the mighty flathead V8 out for a leisurely Sunday drive

1951 Ford Tudor Deluxe
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Loved those shoeboxes, liked the '48s even more. I remember when you could buy a nice driver for $100 and I almost did. Friend bought a 41 coupe for $25 from a junkyard and drove it all through high school.
NRPI and Shitheel here.

“Begin at the beginning," the King said, very gravely, "and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”

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Re: WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by MAX » April 14th 2024, 1:40pm

MAX wrote:
April 14th 2024, 1:39pm
codguy wrote:
April 14th 2024, 7:06am
taking the mighty flathead V8 out for a leisurely Sunday drive

1951 Ford Tudor Deluxe
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Loved those shoeboxes, liked the '48s even more. I remember when you could buy a nice driver for $100 and I almost did. Friend bought a 41 coupe for $25 from a junkyard and drove it all through high school. Always wanted to rebuild a flathead V-8
NRPI and Shitheel here.

“Begin at the beginning," the King said, very gravely, "and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”

If I am to be insulted I must first value your opinion.
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Re: WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by MAX » April 14th 2024, 1:42pm

MAX wrote:
April 14th 2024, 1:39pm
codguy wrote:
April 14th 2024, 7:06am
taking the mighty flathead V8 out for a leisurely Sunday drive

1951 Ford Tudor Deluxe
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Loved those shoeboxes, liked the '48s even more. I remember when you could buy a nice driver for $100 and I almost did. Friend bought a 41 coupe for $25 from a junkyard and drove it all through high school. Cousin had one too.
NRPI and Shitheel here.

“Begin at the beginning," the King said, very gravely, "and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”

If I am to be insulted I must first value your opinion.
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Re: WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by smellody » April 14th 2024, 2:09pm

MAX wrote:
April 14th 2024, 1:42pm
MAX wrote:
April 14th 2024, 1:39pm
codguy wrote:
April 14th 2024, 7:06am
taking the mighty flathead V8 out for a leisurely Sunday drive

1951 Ford Tudor Deluxe
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Loved those shoeboxes, liked the '48s even more. I remember when you could buy a nice driver for $100 and I almost did. Friend bought a 41 coupe for $25 from a junkyard and drove it all through high school. Cousin had one too.
It's a lovely motorcar. When cars were cars!
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Re: WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by codguy » April 14th 2024, 4:43pm

Nuvolari wrote:
April 14th 2024, 1:02pm
… but just reading ‘flathead V8’ conjures a distinct ‘vrrrap-pap-pap-pap-’ing sound in my minds ear. Enjoy!
Thanks Nuvo, domani will be a boxer 6 of the 2.2L variety......... and dopo domani a 88 cubic-inch two cylinder
MAX wrote:
April 14th 2024, 1:39pm
Loved those shoeboxes, liked the '48s even more
Thanks Max, though not a '48, here is a pic of my brother's award winning '46

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smellody wrote:
April 14th 2024, 2:09pm
When cars were cars!
Tis very true.
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Re: WURW Sunday 04.14.2024

Post by AlbertaTime » April 14th 2024, 8:45pm

I love vintage cars!!!

And watch-rundowns like today's platter of beauties. Well done, gents!

For me, at work with this...

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