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Hi Perfomance for sale 1964
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......this is so cool - three two setup for $206.66 and check factory lakes pipes at bottom of page...biggrin

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-- Edited by bjburnout on Tuesday 16th of January 2018 03:02:43 PM

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As "Cher" said....If we could only turn back time

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Yeah try and find and buy that intake set up today for that price! But I have no doubt that somewhere someone has one or two of them sitting in a shed forgotten.

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Everything is relative. Back then minimum wage was one dollar per hour. These parts were for new/almost new engine types such as such as 4.8/5.4/6.0 GM engines. I was young back then and I remember buying 1955 Chevrolet running 265 for $50. Money was tight and no credit cards (yes, Diners Club credit card was around but not for a young working guy). I wanted to buy a 1963 Chevrolet Impala convertible (not an SS) black on black, 409/340 hp 4-speed for $1100. I was working 54 hrs a week for $95. I had $450 in the bank. The loan officer would not give me a loan because I hadn't "established" credit. I said "how can I establish credit till you give me a loan." I wanted the car bad so I went to Household Fiance, I got the loan and probably got my eyeballs screwed out because of high interest. I made my payments every 2 weeks, never missed. I wish I'd kept that car. Another car I wish I still had was a 1962 Corvette convertible, also black with a black top.327/250 hp 4-speed. I'd just got home from the Army in June, 1970. I didn't know how to haggle so I paid the full price of $750. I sold it a year later for $1500,

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