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63 SS Nova with Heidts Front clip, Currie 9", small block 350 with TH350 trans. Great driver and doesn't leak a drop of oil. Real fun daily driver. Interior all original and cherry

You're just a couple of bucks from turning it into 'The Runt' by RPM part deux...

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Lemme know when u want do a track day, my beast is almost ready for round two, Dyno day Monday...
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awww Steve Pardini come out to lend a hand? Great guy.
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You're just a couple of bucks from turning it into 'The Runt' by RPM part deux...

That is a cool car skip. Thanks for sharing.

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Lemme know when u want do a track day, my beast is almost ready for round two, Dyno day Monday...
Will do. Good luck on that dyno tune.

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awww Steve Pardini come out to lend a hand? Great guy.
Funny V. Does look like him from a distance.
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Does the lack of track car in this thread these days mean we can also start whining in this thread now?

Its cold lately in SoCal and water keeps falling out of the sky. I might drop down from a 3 events per month average to two...
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I think Gaetano is scared of something.

Once this brake deal gets sorted out I think a traditional Buttonwillow track day would be in order.

Oh, and can somebody please tell Todd that his kids left his boat out on the beach again
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Once this brake deal gets sorted out I think a traditional Buttonwillow track day would be in order.

Oh, and can somebody please tell Todd that his kids left his boat out on the beach again
Orange vs Orange.

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So I have been through the first 12 pages and I cant seem to find what wheel sizes your running on the TT2's. I know they were 17's but the width front and back with BS would be sweet if you can remember. Love the way those wheels look on your car.
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