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For a daily testosterone fix I get my kicks  on Sociopathic Boys 66

I suggest you do the same. Not a cuck in the carload. Witness for the prosecution…

When these commendable gentlemen from Hot Rod Garage are finished, you’re riding in a proper machine. You step on a gas pedal that moves a throttle linkage that squirts all sorts of gasoline into four big holes in the top of the engine to make it go. No one’s asking an iPhone app for permission to move, first.
RTWT at: Bare Frame To Driver in 2 Days. Hell Yes – BSBFB

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  • Rob De Witt June 26, 2017, 3:37 PM

    I love gearheads, all right; if it wasn’t for losing 50 points off my IQ when I get a wrench in my hand that woulda been the life for me. It’s just all so wonderful…..

    I sure do love to drive ’em, though. You guys need to replace those drums in the rear to get a little more handling fun where it doesn’t go straight, y’know?

  • ghostsniper June 26, 2017, 6:19 PM

    You start with a 1/2 million dollar shop and…..

  • itor June 26, 2017, 8:06 PM

    the caitnoP grille emblem threw me off initially.

  • ghostsniper June 27, 2017, 8:09 AM

    Looks like they found you, again.
    Time to get out the broom and dustpan.

  • Snakepit Kansas June 28, 2017, 4:53 AM

    I don’t have a half million dollar garage either, but that sure looks like a fun “hobby”. I’ll just stick to wrenching on my ’82 Sportster.

  • John The River June 28, 2017, 6:42 AM

    Has anyone under the age of fifty ever changed their own oil?

    I have a box in the garage, I haven’t opened it in years. But in the box is the timing light, points gauge and an acoustical coupler modem.

  • ghostsniper June 28, 2017, 10:07 AM

    The firing order of a 1962 Corvair Spyder with a turbo, a project car my dad bought to fix up and sell after running the hell out of it. I was about 8 or 10 at the time and still remember that stuff, 50 years later. Points: .28, plugs: .35, turbo: 8lbs

    I always like wrenching on old Fords over Chevy’s cause they had the distributer in the front and I didn’t have to reach all the way to the back to bust that 9/16″ bolt loose that cinched it down, for tune ups. I’m talking specifically about the 1966 Mustang conv I had with the 289 hi-po engine (250hp) and the fo-mo-co 4 bbl.