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  • Brian Lohnes
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    Hey man, your car your ideas! The 289 is basically trashola as there are still 4 pistons stuck in it.

    Do whatcha please man!

    Brian

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  • std
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    Meeting and drinking beer sounds like an excellent idea.

    I want to be sure I don't get to far off your original plan, but I always have ideas popping into my head. What ever the final plan is I think it needs to be unique, not just some everyday build. You don't see cars like that every day, so just setting it on a Caprice chassis wouldn't be my first choice.

    It may not be the fastest build, but I think it will be cool.

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  • Brian Lohnes
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    My "plan" was to turbocharge the 289 with a turbo 400 behind it and a 9-inch rear end.

    The spare bedroom is now occupied. I'm thinking we need to meet half way in the middle and drink some beers at the point of transfer.

    Caveman....where are ya?!

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  • fahrenschnell
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    Originally posted by Brian Lohnes
    Originally posted by std
    Let me get back from Fl....
    No problem, keep me posted. The offer stands.

    Brian
    So Brian......What were your ultimate plans for the Stude.....The plans that were floating around in your giant head, but never thought you could do. ;D

    Dave and I were talking today and we were curious.

    Seth

    BTW.....We will see you early next year. ;) That spare bedroom still available? ;D

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  • milner351
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    I have a strange feeling my trailer is going to go on another trip I'd like to go on --- without me!

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  • Brian Lohnes
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    Originally posted by std
    Let me get back from Fl....
    No problem, keep me posted. The offer stands.

    Brian

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  • fahrenschnell
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    Originally posted by std
    Really? There may be a road trip in my future....you coming Seth?
    Hell Yeah.....That wasn't really ever in question was it? ;D

    Seth

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  • std
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    Let me get back from Fl....

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  • std
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    Really? There may be a road trip in my future....you coming Seth?

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  • Brian Lohnes
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    Dave, I'll tell ya what. You'll do right by it. If you want it....you can have it. The Stude that is.

    Seriously.

    Brian

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  • fahrenschnell
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    Dave you really are a nice guy.....That is a very generous offer.

    ;D

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  • std
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    Brian, you are way over worked, with the Stude, the truck, the wife & kids, trying to run this site....the average person couldn't keep up.

    Remember, I'm here to help. I know the Javalin is taking up valueable space, so I'm still willing to take it off your hands and ease your tremendous workload. I'm only doing this because I like you and don't want to see you get to burned out on projects that nothing gets finished.

    Go ahead...lean on me

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  • SuperBuickGuy
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    Originally posted by milner351
    yea, nobody else here has a problem with multiple projects and not having lazer like focus on only one at a time.... :
    Right, no one : ;D
    Now, if you're talking about changing the project one-work-day from the completion of a project; and restarting all over again - then I'd be guilty as charged. ;D

    I second the motion to rusty it - I saved my stude from the crusher, so I figure anything I do to it makes it better then the import it would have been made into.....

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  • fahrenschnell
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    Originally posted by milner351
    In all seriousness Brian - I'm sure you've thought of this - but - what about doing a "rusty" on it - and setting the 'baker body on a new frame / powertrain?
    I'm with John on this.....That would be almost logical....almost.

    Seth

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  • milner351
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    In all seriousness Brian - I'm sure you've thought of this - but - what about doing a "rusty" on it - and setting the 'baker body on a new frame / powertrain?

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