Topic: So Who's Going and Where are You From???

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    #51
    Apr 17, 2009 at 10:08 am
    I will be going, riding along with Robert in his 76 T/A. (Thank You!) My T/A caught fire last year and will not be ready in time. Normally I just drive down and meet all of the bandit runners in GA & promote my concept Trans Am, but with being part of THE TRAILER TEAM and working so hard on the trailer, I cannot miss it! God has blessed me with so many great friends and made this happen for me. I am grateful. I hope everyone enjoys the trailer!! Thanks Dave Hall & Year One for putting this event on, Thanks RED for all of your efforts! It will be great seeing you guys again!!

    God Bless!
    Kevin Morgan
    -The Trailer Team
    -The "Bring it Back" Trans Am guy...lol

     

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    #52
    Apr 17, 2009 at 11:49 am
    Quote:
    Originally posted by 81TtopTA  I will be going, riding along with Robert in his 76 T/A. (Thank You!) My T/A caught fire last year and will not be ready in time. Normally I just drive down and meet all of the bandit runners in GA & promote my concept Trans Am, but with being part of THE TRAILER TEAM and working so hard on the trailer, I cannot miss it! God has blessed me with so many great friends and made this happen for me. I am grateful. I hope everyone enjoys the trailer!! Thanks Dave Hall & Year One for putting this event on, Thanks RED for all of your efforts! It will be great seeing you guys again!!

    God Bless!
    Kevin Morgan
    -The Trailer Team
    -The "Bring it Back" Trans Am guy...lol


    It will be good to see you again. You know you have a lot of friends here...it would not have been right if you had not been able to go with all the hard work you put into the trailer !! See you at Branson, biggrin image
    David

     

    1979 Trans Am Y84 Black & Gold SE
    1979 Firebird "REDBIRD Edition"
    1979 "Atlantis Blue" Trans Am

    Edited May 12, 2009 at 10:27 am


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    #53
    Apr 20, 2009 at 10:50 pm
    You need to watch some Fast and the Furious movies and watch for the year one logo and on the liscense plates.

     

    Keep the phoenix flying

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    #54
    Apr 29, 2009 at 6:07 pm
    Just posted some pre Bandit Run 2009 photos on my garage.
    Wish we were rolling THIS weekend !

    Ready to board that plane back to Springfield!

    See you Bandit Runner Sunday evening tho!

     

    Ponchofreek
    75 Sterling Silver T/A original owner 406ci 350 Turbo (my first car)
    69 Firebird TA Clone 77-400ci 400 turbo (dyno'd 289 rwhp )
    85 Red TA 305 (transplanted 86) TPI 700r4 t-tops ,Custom Int
    92 Green TA vert 305 5spd
    00 Black WS6 6 spd 5.7 litre, Leather, T-Tops.
    81 Basket case WS6 completed project ls2 4L80trans 74 Red T/A future project (another LS conversion with 6 spd)

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    May 1, 2009 at 8:33 pm
    I havent been comunicating to much this year on the forum, but have been reading everyones replys., me and a buddy are leaving tuesday morning from burlington, n.c. for the run and plan on meeting everyone in nashville for the arrival on wednesday, looking forward to seeing everyone and having a great time!! see you in nashville. smile image

     

    David

    Graham,NC

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    May 2, 2009 at 11:18 pm
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    Originally posted by ncbandit  I havent been comunicating to much this year on the forum, but have been reading everyones replys., me and a buddy are leaving tuesday morning from burlington, n.c. for the run and plan on meeting everyone in nashville for the arrival on wednesday, looking forward to seeing everyone and having a great time!! see you in nashville. smile image



    Glad you can make it.

     

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    May 4, 2009 at 9:56 am
    (I posted this in the "What's your 20" forum and thought I'd share it here too)

    This past weekend, I finally found the CB from the '77 400 4-speed TA that I had (and totalled) back in 1984. It's been bouncing around in various boxes of TA parts for the past 25 years.
    But I cleaned it up, connected the wires to an adapter for the cigarette lighter, bought a magnetic antenna, and the thing works! It looks a little rough, but it really made my weekend and will be great to have for the Bandit Run.

    As for my handle, I'm not very creative so I guess I'll just go with my Mototopia name, DualCarbGuy.

     

    Justin Hockersmith
    aka J. Hock.
    aka Dual Carb Guy
    '77 SE Y81 w/ T-Tops, 4-speed
    '02 Grand Prix GT

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    May 4, 2009 at 11:53 am


    Justin, Was it out of this t/a ? This is a great vintage picutre....
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    #59
    May 4, 2009 at 12:47 pm
    Wow, yep, that's it! Sure miss her.

    I was 17 and I still remember thinking nothing of drilling a couple holes in the panel below the steering column to mount the CB. I shudder at the thought of doing that to my current TA!

     

    Justin Hockersmith
    aka J. Hock.
    aka Dual Carb Guy
    '77 SE Y81 w/ T-Tops, 4-speed
    '02 Grand Prix GT

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    May 4, 2009 at 4:06 pm
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    Originally posted by dualcarbguy  Wow, yep, that's it! Sure miss her.

    I was 17 and I still remember thinking nothing of drilling a couple holes in the panel below the steering column to mount the CB. I shudder at the thought of doing that to my current TA!


    I always "mounted" my CB in the console slot underneath the ash tray but I didn't leave the CB in there unless I was going on a trip... like to the "Big A" (For you northerners, that don't mean the Big Apple!!!). I always left the antenna cable snaked under the carpet but would unplug the wires and stick the CB radio in the trunk. That left the slot open for items like large pairs of shades and smokes, etc.
    One time, my parents asked if they could drive my new TA to the Big A for a Convention of County Commissioners (my Dad did alot more than just farm) and I granted them their wish... only my CB got stolen while they were in Atlanta. My dad felt sooooo bad about it! BUT, they had a blast in the car as everyone laughed at the old couple driving the "hot" car.
    biggrin image

     

    "Ready to Roll Roy?"
    78 WS6 TA, Original Owner, Martinique Blue, Coupe
    79 WS6 TA, Mayan Red, T-Tops
    and a couple of others that will remain nameless!