I sure don't mean to interrupt the thread, but if Louis will forgive me, I used to be a Mustang guy, had a '65 fastback, kept it for 8 yrs. loved it and then went on to build motorcycles. Worked 2 jobs for 25 yrs. and the wife told me to get a hobby . Saw the 1st '78 vette cheap and the passion overtook me. the C3s sell for very little these days,... so I just took on #4 (story to come soon). I don't desire anything that I can't diagnose and repair myself, at home in my driveway and I'm honestly happy about it. No, we can't duplicate that kind of technology (mechanically or cosmetically) at home. I'm building a pickup with a 350 so I can keep 1 fuel pump, 1 starter, 1 alternator for spares. Now, if I had Jay Leno's money, it would be a whole different story .
Jimmy B. Just can't wait to get on the road again.
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