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IMG_1583.JPGHere's a pic my buddy took



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Fantastic that you got to drive it around some and found no major issues! Better get the hood on soon or your cover will be blown!

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Yeah, what are you doing.....hood back on, Right Away!

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Boffo!!

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The walk around video is great, car sounds so good, and I love the Woodward pics- it's such a cool Mild vs. Wild story of 2 extremes- the 64 so nice and mild then the Beastcayne, so mean and wild! Curious- you got a splash of fuel- what do you run for fuel? is the compression high in the LS engine?

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after Oklahoma, can I ship you this car, and could you make me a carbon copy Beastcayne for me???  please....

 

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Ya'll ran over the Hamburger helper glove dude in the parking lot... basically - you hoodless fellers think you can just do whatever you want... jerks...pffft!

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Lol
Yeah guys I was so anxious to drive it I wasn't worried about the hood being on it at the time lol! I honestly thought there would be some car people out-my hunch was wrong! I met my buddy at an Arby's it's kind of a secluded spot,my buddy wanted a ride and when I fired it up there was a guy headed to his car. It stopped him dead in his tracks and he walked over. He told me his stories of his 67 SS 396 Chevelle he bought New for $2700 and how his car sounded -that mine sounded like it has a bit more cam than his did. He asked what engine it was and seemed a bit puzzled when I told him.Later we stoped at a local hot spot and it was dead. One guy stopped buy in a hopped up diesel ford truck, the 3 of us talked for a bit no real questions about my car and we parted ways. No worries the next time the car is out in public the hood will be on it an I will have the wheels painted with the poverty caps on it. I love the look the draglites give the car but it seems that even on a not so busy night the car got quite a few looks and more attention than I am used to.I think once it's done it will go back to an afterthought in conversation. I'm hoping I didn't blow my cover.Tim I couldn't help myself My Hoodluem mentality had to rid the Arby's of a hamburger helper problem before it got out of "Hand"! Ha Damn Street Urchin I am lol.

Thanks for all the comments guys and thanks for the comments you left for me on my YouTube videos Kevin,I would love to build you a copy of the "Beast" thanks for thinking about that. Send it on over I can hook you up!!I love the observation of the contrast of the 64 and my 68,my buddy said he was bringing the Slocayne and he would look for me in my Gocayne.
When I got "Fuel" I just run 93 pump gas.The compression on my engine is 10.8,no need for anything exotic yet I just got in the habit of calling gasoline fuel years ago when I used to tag along with friends headed to the track. We would load up and stop and fill up the duelly on the way. My buddy would say we gotta stop and get some fuel.
Here's a few shots of the underside of the hood I'm in the process of painting it.
As a side note thanks to all members and non members for wiewing this thread.In the last month you all have viewed this 960 times since December 28. Much appreciated I will update everyone when more progress is made.
Larry



-- Edited by Spike on Tuesday 30th of January 2018 12:41:03 AM

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"GOCAYNE"... my next vanity plate on the 67... thanks for the idea...


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