I drive my 86 F350 crew cab dually like it's a mustang if that counts for anything, of course with the banks sidewinder turbo and the overdrive trans swap that old 6.9L diesel probably has more ummph than most of the cars around here. I've owned things that were actually fast like a 67 mustang 390/ 4 speed and a 73 pontiac bonneville with a 360hp 455. The 68 f100 step side with the 429 cobra jet engine swapped in place of the 302 was pretty [email protected]$$ but looked like a grandpa truck so people were always surprised when they got dusted by it!
My car hauler. I sold my open trailer and bought this aluminum enclosed trailer. I put down some floor coating, added a 10,000lbs winch and bought some RaceRamps for easy loading. I want to add more lighting and get some sort of camera system for driving.
I can't find a photo of my truck but it is a 2001 Silverado Z71 4x4 . It is old but gets the job done.
I'm not super cool... Yet! But I drive a 2010 Mazda3 Hatch in a rare color, Celestial Blue. It's in my profile pic. Nothing custom except my stereo and tinted windows. I found one with the GT package with a 6-speed and this color, I had to buy it!
I upgraded the stereo because the bose amp under the passengers seat went out. The tint was so I don't feel like I'm in a fishbowl.
It was fun to go to car shows with it, but that's it. It's never seen rain. The guy I sold it to is a collector.. He really want my 64 Impala ss, but he was asking too low. Plus the Impala was my first car Body & Chassis only took four years to build.
I admit it. I'm a lead foot driver. I've had my '13 Challenger R/T up to 132 mph on I-10 in west Texas. Today, I only hit 90 mph a couple of times. One just has to choose carefully when and where to give it gas. NEVER in a crowd.
I admit it. I'm a lead foot driver. I've had my '13 Challenger R/T up to 132 mph on I-10 in west Texas. Today, I only hit 90 mph a couple of times. One just has to choose carefully when and where to give it gas. NEVER in a crowd.View attachment 54828