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Here ya go ! With my "spirit of '76 plates!
Yea I love that!!
Now I'm envious I didn't paint my rims gold!
Now you can show the wife how they would have looked.
You know them gold rims are worth a quarter of a second in the 1/4???
Don't forget gold weighs more than aluminum. That would give more traction right where you need it.
6 lbs lighter per rear tire and 4 lbs lighter per front tire. Rotating weight is good weight to lose. Now that it "LOOKS" more like a old school hot rod, I gotta giv dat there ET slip a shav'n! LOL
Not only rotating weight, but the most important... Unsprung weight!!!
LOL.... I noticed my dog in one of the pictures. Where's Waldo?
Yeh looks like you need a bit of railing on that deck.
Is the 76 plate just for show or is it legal?
Deck is coming down (it's 3/4's tore down now, garage going up!) It's legal. AV/EV plates can run historic year correct plates, just got to carry the current plate in car. Plate is stamped '76, same year as car
Is the plate a repop or from another car or what? I found a guy with 3 differant single plates from 76. Can I use one of them on my dart?
They are originals used by somebody in '76. Mine are a matching set. You can use any state you want so long as it's the historic correct date for your car. I used Illinois because I like the 1776 to 1976 dates in the middle of the plate. It's hard to find a matching set in good shape. BUT, your car HAS TO HAVE AV or EV.
I'm thinking that you mean AE not EV. EV is electric vehicle. lol
I run a original 1948 WV tag on my willys. All I had to do is take the tag to the DMV, they check to make sure it is not registered to any vehicle. Pay the $25 for 10 year sticker, and it is registered. Every 10 years I have to pay the $25 registration fee, cheap tags for a seldom used vehicle, everyday use tags are $60 a year here.
Speaking of license fees Illinois voted to double a bunch of the fees and to charge $1,000 yearly registration for an electric vehicle. I don't see how the illegal aliens will be able to afford this. We did have three days with no rain course it rained last night and some of today. I did manage to get the yard mowed again and only had to pull the mower at one time from getting it stuck.
Score one for Doug's Headers...… my starter had a terminal come loose from the starter yesterday. Today I pulled the starter out without issue. I just turned the steering wheel all the way to the right to get the steering linkage out of the way and pulled the starter like nobody's business. It was a magnum starter
Bought 2 pair of 1776-1976 plates for $10 a pair. The guy has about 10 more pair.
I bought a life time warranty starter from NAPA for a '95 Dakota. I just removed the terminal extender and installed. I tell ya, the Dougs and Dakota starter was in and out so easy! I had it in place in 5 seconds and the two bolt in and tight about 3 minutes later. "On the road again...…… "
j par ….. have you kicked your dead horse lately? I've.....removed manifolds/installed headersrefurbished and installed 8.75 rear endbought and installed MT ET StreetsEven threw some "decals" on the car .... been to the dragway twice and made passes, won a trophy....I'll be "knock knock knock'n on 12's door...." and your 40 dollar horse is still trying to breathe in the barn!!!!!
He who laugh's last laugh's loudest...
Who's Laugh'n ???? We're talk'n about CPR on your 40 dollar horse!!!