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  • 06-09-2020, 04:15
    RAYS CLASSICS.COM
    the blue vette belonged to one of the astronauts that launched the Hubble telescope , he lives locally owned it since he was 18 , the Chevelle is an original one owner SS/454 LS6 , the green vette is unrestored 28,000m
  • 06-09-2020, 04:09
    RAYS CLASSICS.COM
    here's a few more pictures and what the boss looks like now









































  • 05-09-2020, 17:47
    bigknickers
    Lives next door??...........................why waste time, I can't see any need to step outside that 'garage'!!!
  • 26-07-2020, 14:50
    fastback321
    Definitely the 429 without a doubt
  • 12-07-2020, 21:02
    weldtech
    Quote Originally Posted by RAYS CLASSICS.COM View Post
    sounds like a plan to me mate , I might still have the negatives ( remember them) of the fairlane when I bought it .
    That would cool. I have the photos of it in your yard over there and i have spoken to the former owner, a William J Domitili of La Honda. I still have the old screen with what looks like a bullet hole on the drivers side.
  • 12-07-2020, 16:57
    RAYS CLASSICS.COM
    Quote Originally Posted by Kustom Jim View Post
    Very cool Ray

    This is what I like about the USA! The ability to make a fortune and stay humble, enjoy your own culture history.
    He could of just bought a passle of Astons, Porsches and Fezzers.

    Well done that man
    its funny he does have a taste for certain what I call modern Ferraris and he owns a testerossa , a 328 a 360 , a 355 Spyder & a 460 Spyder ,a flawless 73 dino but he never drives any of those & I,m always teasing him that a real Ferrari has a 12 cylinder engine in front of the driver , when we go to the auctions in mote ray & Scottsdale he's looking at all the normal chevy ford stuff & I,m looking at Chrysler 300,s desotos stepdown Hudsons, old woodies and street rods , his favourite vehicle in his entire collection and the one he drives the most is a 72 chevy tow truck with a Holmes 440 boom its a minter of course and black his favourite colour and having grown up around old comers Bedfords thames traders and the like its one of mine too .
  • 12-07-2020, 16:48
    RAYS CLASSICS.COM
    sounds like a plan to me mate , I might still have the negatives ( remember them) of the fairlane when I bought it .
  • 12-07-2020, 08:18
    weldtech
    I will be at Tatton park in Cheshire and look forward to catching up with you and Ian. Should have couple of 60s c10 trucks with me too. I camp over so the beer is on me.
  • 12-07-2020, 07:19
    Kustom Jim
    Very cool Ray

    This is what I like about the USA! The ability to make a fortune and stay humble, enjoy your own culture history.
    He could of just bought a passle of Astons, Porsches and Fezzers.

    Well done that man
  • 11-07-2020, 16:30
    RAYS CLASSICS.COM
    I,m like you numbers matching Whitehall tyres and hubcaps are not my thing I can appreciate them as very nice cars but I,m an old hotrodder and prefer an old look with modern steering brakes and given where i live a/c when I moved here 40 yrs ago all my daily's were most of what is in this collection and $2500 was a ton of money to pay for any tri five chevy or what's now an iconic muscle car they were just cheap old used cars that nobody wanted back then and there was a must have something or other for sale in the newspapers every day , about the only thing I,ve held onto is my 41 Willys which I bought 3 months after arriving here that had been my dream car since the age of 15 only reason I,ve kept it, still puts a smile on my face every time I look at it , the cars are all due to come out for a drive pretty soon I,ll get some more pics then . hope to reunite with the Fairlaneat one of the shows & visit my old mate Ian some time next year my trip for this year is off I,m afraid . cheers. RAY A
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