right again dude,paul rutter had the remains of the old girl.
the convertible was a 40th birthday for my wife,so i suppose you could call it hers.shes also got that 69 mustang and an 04 viper.she loves them all,even though they are all so different.the 58 prob wont come out until next yr now,but i do hope i will see you and get chance to say hello before then.
and yes,i did notice your 59 at lamberhurst,what a lovely car.
as for that camaro you mentioned,well just you wait till next year.although is 632 is producing gobbs of hp,it is going to be well and truly relegated to second place in the stable if the plans come together for my old 55.ill just say tt for now,and thats not ta ta.
Bit of inspiration for me then...Yes, my plans have changed the Zephyrs gone to a new home im sure you'll see it around very soon with new owner and im onto the new project...
As you can probably guess a 1960 Velox the new home to the Mopar lump thats sitting under wraps on me drive.
I just dont know what colour to go, i really like this green...
with cream roof and wheels...
Brings back memories of my first ever 'custom'. A 1963 PA velox. I was only 16 when I first purchased it and spent the next couple of years 'customising' it. It was typically 1970,s with a tilt front rover v8 etc. It was painted ford gemini metallic blue with a paler blue roof. I remember contemplating putting murals in pinstriped panels and was told that I would never get it insured. in fact the reason for it never getting on the road was because of the insurance. When I first passed my test I drove a 1984 Rover p6 which cost £96 a year fully comp, the velox was quoted at £1200. Therefore after much time and money spent on it, it ended up being banger raced by a local well known racer!!!
If it's got tits or tyres, its gonna be trouble
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