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Meanwhile In My Driveway


PatAllen
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a 1971 TR6 in need of big intense care and a 55' Vanguard "overdrive" that leaks fuel everywhere and dont like to keep its battery very long...

 

just got my 02 Automatic out of hibernation, started her first shot and went out like a scalded cat. this car runs so smooth, its almost unbelievable, especialy after a test drive in the TR6...whoaahhh...2 different kind of cars at very far extreme of a sprectrum (what spectrum...euh..)

 

I just installed a Mark TEN B in there to see how it feels....

 

and found out where was that 2002 hitch...pictures to come....

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If you think a TR6 is scary in traffic, try a Bugeye Sprite.  You're looking up at (old) VW Beetles, and even at Miatas!

 

mike

a friend of the family had a sprite... funniest car ever.  i remember being able to reach out the window and touch the ground....

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i once worked on a Catheram super 7...you can realy touch the ground while seated in the car over the door. the car had a nissan turbo motor with a SDS EM4F that i installed it in with several other mods. that was a hell of a freaking litle car !!

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