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I want to show everyone some of the odd cars I have not and some I have owned and sold.

The red one is a 1940 Dodge Business Coupe. His name is "Andy", don't ask me why. It has a 1968 Corvette 327 motor and runs GREAT. I bought it in Detroit and it was built by Street Rod City. They did a fantastic job on it. the headlights are frenched. So are the tail lights.

The front end is a Mustang 2 IFS and the rear is a posi traction from a Camero. The interior is all redone with a custom dash and bucket seats from a Datsun 240Z. the seats just wrap around you. Everything inside is done up in black leather. The trunk is even done very nice and spotless.

The white car is "Marvin" and he is a 1965 Rambler Marlin. They were only made from '65 to '67. Mine has a brand new 6 cyl. engine in it. I have been working on it for 3 years.

I got it over 3 years ago from Colorado and took it completley apart and started from scratch on it. the engine bay was sandblasted and repainted. Out of the small number of Marlins made in 1965. there were 10,200 made, but only 2005 were made with 6 cyl engines.

The Silver car is a Bradlet GT2 that I had, but I had to sell because i couldn't fit into it.It only has 2,000 miles on it. It was actually made by Bradley instead of being a kit car. It sure is one sharp car.

Then we have my red three wheel truck called a Wildfire. It has a 250cc motorcycle engine and will go about 50 miles per hour.

It's totally street legal and I think it's cool to go short distances. It get 72 MPG and sure gets a lot of looks. Chuck

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