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I wish I could have  done this with my  kids when they were young. But instead I had to build our house. Now there gone and have there own family's. They never forget the time's with dad. I never have with mine.

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Nice job & love the plow! Can't think of a better way to teach or learn about your boys! Thanks for getting youngsters in the hobby!:handgestures-thumbupright:

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Looks good! I like that bracket to hold on the gas tank instead of welding straps to the hood!

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The older little guy looks so serious - he's going to be interesting when he gets older. It begs the question - judging by his shirts, where's the Plymouth hiding?

RJ turned out sweet - those kids will never forget putting sweat equity into something they enjoy.

 

Sarge

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Very nice collection of predatory fish - what engines?

Every picture I see of that boy reminds me of that look every gearhead has at the drag strip waiting for that infernal light...

 

Sarge

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70 Challenger has a 440, 72 Barracuda has a 318 & 67 Barracuda has a 273.  Yes he's a thinker forsure, and very picky.

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Gotta ask tho how does he clutch seated Indian like that? Would think dad might have to build him a pedal extension!

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One of my favorites was always the '70 Cuda, especially the big block models. Having one of those with that huge iron lump of a 440 up front may have rendered the steering nearly worthless, but what a ride! I grew up around those cars when I was a kid - wish I had Dad's cars now from back then....ugh.

'66 Charger, brushed aluminum color w/wine red interior, 383 4spd.

'67 Plymouth GTX, navy blue in/out w/440 auto

'70 Dodge Charger, midnight black RT/SE w/saddle tan interior, 440-6 auto

 

The values of those cars today is staggering.

 

The paint on the little horse is amazing - excellent work.

 

Sarge

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Yes I need to do that, and install the drive belt cover next summer.  Right now he just turns it off when he's done.

The 70 hemi cuda is my all time favourite, but unfortunately out of most people price range.  Your father had some awesome cars, love the 67 GTX!

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Nice looking tractor , I can only hope mine comes out looking as good , Nice job !!!!

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