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    1. #1
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      Let's see the land yachts "slo-touring"

      Okay we have seen the Camaro's, and the Chevelles, and the Mopars, and the Novas but what about the big cruiser "slo-touring" rides!!!!! I will start off myabe this thread will go somewhere maybe not but hey it's worth a shot, it could be your daily driver or your tinker toy!

      455 rocket /Turbo 400 P/W, A/C





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      umpala...

      Here she is. Should be getting it back from paint soon.
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      Quote Originally Posted by redsand View Post
      Here she is. Should be getting it back from paint soon.

      Very Nice

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      Nice!!!
      "A winner listens, a loser just waits untill it is their turn to talk."

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      Mines more of a cruiser but it's a 70 Wildcat. It's long by huge! Just visited it this morning at the storage facility to run it for a while. Too hot here to use it in the summer with black vinyl interior and no AC.

      I've had it since the 80's when I bought it from a friend and have kept it all stock still other than bigger exhaust. It's got the 455 and still wears all of the factory original laquer paint with about 60,000 miles on it. I keep thinking it should be riding on air with some big wheels but haven't done it. As a "survivor" it would probably do well in shows if I ever entered it in one.




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      DID SOMEBODY SAY LAND YACHT!!!!?

      (I call the color blue camo.......)

      JC Scott


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      Quote Originally Posted by NOT A TA View Post
      Mines more of a cruiser but it's a 70 Wildcat. It's long by huge! Just visited it this morning at the storage facility to run it for a while. Too hot here to use it in the summer with black vinyl interior and no AC.

      I've had it since the 80's when I bought it from a friend and have kept it all stock still other than bigger exhaust. It's got the 455 and still wears all of the factory original laquer paint with about 60,000 miles on it. I keep thinking it should be riding on air with some big wheels but haven't done it. As a "survivor" it would probably do well in shows if I ever entered it in one.



      Nice Very nice, reminds me of a Monte Carlo!

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      Quote Originally Posted by cheapthrillz View Post
      DID SOMEBODY SAY LAND YACHT!!!!?

      (I call the color blue camo.......)



      It's got potential this is from another member on here

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      my Bonnie.. land yacht isnt enough word to do it justice.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Mr.VENGEANCE View Post
      my Bonnie.. land yacht isnt enough word to do it justice.

      I have always liked that car of yours!!!

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      thanks man!

      aahhh pontiac... we will miss you.. WIDE TRACK!

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      Here she is. Heavy as can be with her 455 Olds big block and T56!

      Phillip
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      For anyone who may be in the market for a Land Yacht, here is a good one.
      https://www.pro-touring.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=50074
      1968 F100 sb full vic chassis swap
      1965 Mustang coupe 347 5 spd cheap touring SOLD
      2003 Porsche 996 Outlaw LS2 swap SOLD
      1992 Lexus SC400 daily SOLD
      1966 Porsche 912 Outlaw SOLD
      1968 Ford F-100 sb SOLD

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      Here's my 1964 Impala.It's mostly stock 327/M20.Lowered 2 inches with 17 inch Intros.
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      Quote Originally Posted by PhillipM View Post
      Here she is. Heavy as can be with here 455 Olds big block and T56!

      ohhhhhhh baby my favorite! That car is hot! I have a 67 that I am doing in the shadows if this one! This is a great job and well executed!

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      Not my car but one of my all time fav cars.

      A 61 Buick 2dr (Lesabre or Invicta) WILL be the next car I build



      I almost bought this one 2 years ago but had to bail cause the Aussie Peso was crap at the time
      Chris Luxford

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      61 Buick Lesabre - Daily Driver

      06 Prius - Wife's a tree hugger !

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      Quote Originally Posted by cluxford View Post
      Not my car but one of my all time fav cars.

      A 61 Buick 2dr (Lesabre or Invicta) WILL be the next car I build



      I almost bought this one 2 years ago but had to bail cause the Aussie Peso was crap at the time
      Another gorgeous work of art!!

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      I might buy one like this.



      They look good this style also.





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      All those Buicks are niiiice!!
      My wagon pics are in my fquick account. I don't know how to link them from my iPhone, so unless someone can do it for me! Lol. It now has a sway bar in the front!
      Jimmy

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      You know, the '61 GM 2-door hardtops have to be some of the best looking cars of all time. It's the roof, I think that does it. Jest graceful and sporty as can be!

      Shiny Side Up!
      Bill


      Quote Originally Posted by cluxford View Post
      Not my car but one of my all time fav cars.

      A 61 Buick 2dr (Lesabre or Invicta) WILL be the next car I build



      I almost bought this one 2 years ago but had to bail cause the Aussie Peso was crap at the time
      You ever wonder what medieval cook looked at the guts of a pig and thought, "I bet if you washed out that poop tube, you could stuff it with meat and eat it."

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