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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, if you could have any car...what would it be? in Cadillac Escalade Forums; Originally Posted by djais1801 it's a rallye look...big with the 66-69's its a krylon spray paint $8. Oh ok just ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by djais1801
    it's a rallye look...big with the 66-69's its a krylon spray paint $8.
    Oh ok just don't see that look on many in my area but its different

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    Re: if you could have any car...what would it be?

    1970 Buick GSX

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    Quote Originally Posted by wake
    1970 Buick GSX
    I seen one just like yours at a car show lately really nice car

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    Re: if you could have any car...what would it be?

    1930's Cadillac V16 models, or a Delorean for sure!!

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    Re: if you could have any car...what would it be?

    My dream car would be my 70 Plymouth Roadrunner project car... but finished! lol Had it since I was 18, 17 years later it's still in the works, slowly working on it here and there when I get a chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadrunnerRod
    My dream car would be my 70 Plymouth Roadrunner project car... but finished! lol Had it since I was 18, 17 years later it's still in the works, slowly working on it here and there when I get a chance
    Rod I am working on my car(79 Chrysler cordoba) and love to work slow as I want to get the work done right the first time so when I am done it will be right from one end to the other.

    (Heck I spent two weeks installing the audio system and three days putting in new carpet
    Not sure when I will get the seats done and the engine work done but its fun

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    Re: if you could have any car...what would it be?

    I hear ya there, I'm the same way! Want this Roadrunner right, something that I could pass on to my kids way in the future!

    You're working on a 79 Cordoba? That's pretty cool, years ago I had one as my daily driver. It was a 77, with the manual crank moonroof. Bought it for $500 off a friend mainly for the engine (it had a big block 400 4bbl in it), with a 727 tranny. Was going to pull the engine out and throw it in the Roadrunner to get it running to drive from where it was stored up to where I live now, but the day before I was going to pull the engine I crashed my daily driver (a 91 mustang gt.) So, the Cordoba became my main car for a couple years instead of just a parts car! lol Sadly, though, it was in horrible shape, super rusty (to the point the rear leaf springs popped through the trunk floor, so we just welded in big plates to the floor and frame to bolt them back into!) Eventually I parked it and parted it out, kept the engine, tranny, and wheels for myself, and sold most of the rest of it to a guy from Canada I was talking with on a mopar chat site. Guess he was restoring a similar Cordoba, it was memorable to me because he drove all the way down here and back in a beat up Chevy Corsica with a crappy homemade trailer to pick up his parts! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoadrunnerRod
    I hear ya there, I'm the same way! Want this Roadrunner right, something that I could pass on to my kids way in the future!

    You're working on a 79 Cordoba? That's pretty cool, years ago I had one as my daily driver. It was a 77, with the manual crank moonroof. Bought it for $500 off a friend mainly for the engine (it had a big block 400 4bbl in it), with a 727 tranny. Was going to pull the engine out and throw it in the Roadrunner to get it running to drive from where it was stored up to where I live now, but the day before I was going to pull the engine I crashed my daily driver (a 91 mustang gt.) So, the Cordoba became my main car for a couple years instead of just a parts car! lol Sadly, though, it was in horrible shape, super rusty (to the point the rear leaf springs popped through the trunk floor, so we just welded in big plates to the floor and frame to bolt them back into!) Eventually I parked it and parted it out, kept the engine, tranny, and wheels for myself, and sold most of the rest of it to a guy from Canada I was talking with on a mopar chat site. Guess he was restoring a similar Cordoba, it was memorable to me because he drove all the way down here and back in a beat up Chevy Corsica with a crappy homemade trailer to pick up his parts! lol
    I wish you would have kept the hood as mine has been hail damaged(I dread the shop bill to get them worked out)other then that the car is solid from top to bottom though the surface rust is starting to get to it so I guess I will be getting the primer sooner then I thought

    Ps this was my first car also metallic sun-fire green with green landau roof and interior and I was 16 I and 24 now

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    Re: if you could have any car...what would it be?

    Quote Originally Posted by RoadrunnerRod View Post
    I hear ya there, I'm the same way! Want this Roadrunner right, something that I could pass on to my kids way in the future!

    You're working on a 79 Cordoba? That's pretty cool, years ago I had one as my daily driver. It was a 77, with the manual crank moonroof. Bought it for $500 off a friend mainly for the engine (it had a big block 400 4bbl in it), with a 727 tranny. Was going to pull the engine out and throw it in the Roadrunner to get it running to drive from where it was stored up to where I live now, but the day before I was going to pull the engine I crashed my daily driver (a 91 mustang gt.) So, the Cordoba became my main car for a couple years instead of just a parts car! lol Sadly, though, it was in horrible shape, super rusty (to the point the rear leaf springs popped through the trunk floor, so we just welded in big plates to the floor and frame to bolt them back into!) Eventually I parked it and parted it out, kept the engine, tranny, and wheels for myself, and sold most of the rest of it to a guy from Canada I was talking with on a mopar chat site. Guess he was restoring a similar Cordoba, it was memorable to me because he drove all the way down here and back in a beat up Chevy Corsica with a crappy homemade trailer to pick up his parts! lol
    good to see some fellow MoPars on here..there's a forum for those too...it has great info/parts/etc..www.forbbodiesonly.com Love to see some pics of the 70 RR!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoshiMan View Post
    1930's Cadillac V16 models, or a Delorean for sure!!
    check this one out from a local cruise night near me
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