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FORGOTTENFORD

M –32
Amarillo, Texas
United States

 
 

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About me and my passion for cars

Well i have always enjoyed cars... mostly only classics and muscle cars. Always told myself when I'm old enough i will get a nice car, well many years later i have done just that. My car is far from a show car but, thats not what i wanted. I want something i can really drive and enjoy. My Galaxie is very rare due to the year model, for some reason car enthusiasts don't give the 62 galaxies the attention it so demands. Every show i go to , big or small it is the only one of it's kind. I ask myself all the time "WHY THE HELL DOESN'T ANYONE COLLECT THIS YEAR MODEL" Everyone seems to be head over hills in love with the 64 model Galaxie. If you ask me, it has to much chrome, and the sides of the car look funny. Check one out and maybe you will agree. Well I guess it's time for me to get off my soapbox on that subject. If you wanna know some history on the 62's let me know. thanks for reading.

My first car

1988 Nissan Stanza 5speed. Pretty peppy for a 4cylinder car. Miss the gas mileage.

Car I wish I still had

1981 Chevy Short wide. Had a 355 motor and a 700 r4 tranny with shift kit. Sounded awesome and had custom paint with roll pan.

My dream car

1962 Ford Galaxie 406 motor with 4-speed tranny.

Car clubs I’m in

Classic Rollers Amarillo Chapter

Favorites

  • Type of racing: Nascar
  • Driver: Dale Earnhardt
  • Driving song: Montgomery Gentry "SPEED"
  • Car movie: Thunderroad
  • Car book: Ford Y block
  • Car magazine: Popular Hot Rodding
  • Car game: Nascar 2008

— Profile last updated: May 16, 2008

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