guys what do you think

Old 07-25-2010, 06:18 PM
  #41  
cam67152
Senior Member
MASTER BUILDER
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: B.C. Canada
Posts: 145
Default

Originally Posted by coolracing
HOLY CRAP!!! WAYYYYYY TO HIGH not a penny more than 3500
I asume you are responding to Signs first post, check out ad #1948606 and let us know what you think :?:
cam67152 is offline  
Old 07-25-2010, 07:16 PM
  #42  
TheYellaBrick
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
 
TheYellaBrick's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Emmett, Idaho
Posts: 7,334
Default

That 66 is almost turn key and a beautiful car, but a 63 is waaaay rare......man it's flip-a-coin time !! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:
TheYellaBrick is offline  
Old 07-25-2010, 07:35 PM
  #43  
MEMRACING62
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: orland pk il
Posts: 2,429
Default

FOR ME.....THE 66 !! 8)
MEMRACING62 is offline  
Old 07-25-2010, 07:52 PM
  #44  
zipper06
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
 
Join Date: Jan 2006
Location: La.
Posts: 2,890
Default

Originally Posted by BEAST477
Hey signs, check out this ad #1948606.
Signs, now this is the real deal, no question about it, almost ready to run, complete with motor plate and headers. There is no question about it the 66 and 67's have a higher resale value in every racers book. Still has the original floors and firewall, plus current certs. Even the motor is a good deal at $3200.00, even if you had to put a crankshaft in it or possible rods and crank. You cannot build a good 489/496 with alum. 360 heads for less than $8,000.00. Hell if you don't buy it all i may buy that 492 motor, it's got all the good parts. I've been aching to build a rat motor anyway, i've got a beautiful polished 3" Kinsler stacks injection setup for alcohol and that motor with the 360 heads is an ideal starting point.

JMO

Zip.

zipper06 is offline  
Old 07-25-2010, 09:33 PM
  #45  
signsbyesa
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
Thread Starter
 
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: san antonio, texas
Posts: 1,233
Default

wow guys thanks for all the imput, but im going to wait a few days
to get back in the groove, im in shock. there was an incident down
the street and a gun fight broke out, i saw this man go down and
his sons were yelling for help, i went over and the man was shot
in the head, his brains were all over the sidewalk, with about a
gallon of blood. the man was gasping for air and tried to clear all
the blood he was choking on, his sons were in shock and as the
man looked at me i could see he was brain dead, the man later
died in the hospital he was not stable. and god bless our boys and
girls who go thru this every day in the middle east, im in shock.
the car just is'nt interesting right now, im going to pray for the family
and can't get the mans look on his face out of my head. thanx again
http://www.ksat.com/news/24389591/detail.html
signsbyesa is offline  
Old 07-26-2010, 05:04 AM
  #46  
DirkaDirka
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
 
DirkaDirka's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Clarksville, TN
Posts: 1,954
Default

Originally Posted by signsbyesa
wow guys thanks for all the imput, but im going to wait a few days
to get back in the groove, im in shock. there was an incident down
the street and a gun fight broke out, i saw this man go down and
his sons were yelling for help, i went over and the man was shot
in the head, his brains were all over the sidewalk, with about a
gallon of blood. the man was gasping for air and tried to clear all
the blood he was choking on, his sons were in shock and as the
man looked at me i could see he was brain dead, the man later
died in the hospital he was not stable. and god bless our boys and
girls who go thru this every day in the middle east, im in shock.
the car just is'nt interesting right now, im going to pray for the family
and can't get the mans look on his face out of my head. thanx again
http://www.ksat.com/news/24389591/detail.html
Hey signs I know just how you feel. I still remember when I was at a car show and a drag car lost control doing a burnout and went into the crowd. The feeling of hopelessness or helplessness that you feel at the time takes its toll on you. I couldnt sleep for over a week without replaying what happened at that show.

My thoughts and prayers go out to you and to the family that had to witness this tragic event.
DirkaDirka is offline  
Old 07-26-2010, 05:58 PM
  #47  
Scooterz
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: EUGENE,OR.
Posts: 3,408
Default

Signs-

Wow... sorry you had to see that. Fact is, you will never get that out of your head. The only thing (as you know) is to lean & yield on God right now for some kind of sense or closure. I don't know what to say.... but God will know what you need. Those boys.. I can't imagine... that is awful. You will lean on God about this; those boys might blame God for this. How do you tell them it was not God that caused it?? Those poor kids. I will pray for everyone involved. Take care buddy. I sent you a PM too. Scooter
Scooterz is offline  
Old 07-27-2010, 04:28 PM
  #48  
TheRabbit
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
 
TheRabbit's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Augusta, Ga.
Posts: 2,295
Default

Originally Posted by signsbyesa
wow guys thanks for all the imput, but im going to wait a few days
to get back in the groove, im in shock. there was an incident down
the street and a gun fight broke out, i saw this man go down and
his sons were yelling for help, i went over and the man was shot
in the head, his brains were all over the sidewalk, with about a
gallon of blood. the man was gasping for air and tried to clear all
the blood he was choking on, his sons were in shock and as the
man looked at me i could see he was brain dead, the man later
died in the hospital he was not stable. and god bless our boys and
girls who go thru this every day in the middle east, im in shock.
the car just is'nt interesting right now, im going to pray for the family
and can't get the mans look on his face out of my head. thanx again
http://www.ksat.com/news/24389591/detail.html
I read this the other day and had no idea what to say. I still have no idea what to say other than no body should ever have to deal with something so bad. I'm sure that this one event will leave scares on everybody involved forever. I hope some how, some way each of you find your own way to put this behind you. I honestly have no way of writting anything that describes how sad I feel for all involved.
TheRabbit is offline  
Old 07-28-2010, 06:21 AM
  #49  
TheYellaBrick
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
 
TheYellaBrick's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Emmett, Idaho
Posts: 7,334
Default

It is truly a shock to the senses the first time one experiences something like that, especially in your own neighborhood.......

Not to diminish your experience, Signs;
Just imagine the visuals, smells, and sounds our combat troops will live with FOREVER............help them by UNDERSTANDING what they might have gone through. Unless you've actually been there, it's impossible to know, but you CAN understand....never coddle, just understand....in order to survive the insanity of war, they have to harden themselves against all those sensations of combat. It all can come out when they get 'home'.
TheYellaBrick is offline  
Old 07-28-2010, 06:40 AM
  #50  
signsbyesa
Senior Member
RACING JUNKIE
Thread Starter
 
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: san antonio, texas
Posts: 1,233
Default

thanks guys, boy, the support on here is fantastic, i do feel better,
but the first thing that i thought of was what our boys and girls
go thru at war, god bless all of them and bring them home safetly,
i don't like that my fat old a$$ stays here and our young kids have
to do the fighting for us, very proud of our young troops, again,
thanks for the support guys, and dirka, stay safe bud. :wink:
signsbyesa is offline  

Contact Us Archive Advertising Cookie Policy Privacy Statement Terms of Service