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Here is 12995 in November, 2019
Surprised you got it off the ground!
When that Fuller Brush catalogue showed up at our house in late ‘58/early ‘59, it changed my life forever. Up until then, I had only heard of...
Check out <vintagerallies.com> The Texas 1000 this year will be in the Hill Country the week before Thanksgiving - always a lot of fun with car...
That is one cool place! Another point of interest in Sevierville is Floyd Garrett's Musclecar Museum if one is interested in American iron. On a...
Ditto what Malcom’s said. Steve and his dad, Peter Markowski, have done a ton of absolute first-rate work on my Daytona over the last 10 years.
We have missed you.
Brian, we could probably get you elected up here in Lubbock, but I am not too sure about Austin.
Hardly any change in camber. Have you checked your springs?
My Daytona goes on a 1000+ mile vintage rally each year and has for the last 10 years.
Or, perhaps, better trained.
I have pics of my 12995 (completed November, 1969) from March, 1970 in front of the original owner's home in Brescia - no headrests and no radio.
Was the exhaust routing on that example typical for early Daytonas or unique to that particular car?
It has been about 10 years, but I think the header nuts can be accessed from the bottom. I unbolted the header exhaust shield and moved it out of...
Having done this on my Daytona a number of years ago, I remember that the right rear header needs to come off and the motor mounts loosened and...
See #3 above. Steve Markowski has just completely reworked the a/c in my Daytona to my complete satisfaction.
And it ain't a Boeing!!
Which is alien for caca de toro
It has got to be the alloy bodied car. Surely there can't be more than one completely neglected Daytona with ARA air slapped on under the...