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Attended my first two gatherings in HOUSTON last weekend since I put the new Cleveland back in it.
Fun times.

A local monthly lunch meet up, and then nifty fifties Saturday Night.

Mine is the lime green one...
I think I’ve named it “The Hulk” lol!






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No trickery.
It’s back halfed / tubbed.


And before anyone (purists) gets their panties in a wad about cutting up a coupe, I bought it this way, and LOVE IT! Lol.
I’ve always liked a pro street car, especially a mustang.
All I’ve done is:
All new gauges. Fuel system, electrical system, and fresh motor.






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Did the "Hulks" hood blow off in-route?
 

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Did the "Hulks" hood blow off in-route?


Ha!! No!
I’m having a hard time putting this hood with this scoop back on it.
I’m stranded trying to figure out what new scoop to replace the homemade one with.






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Did the "Hulks" hood blow off in-route?
If anyone knows of a 200 pound hood for the Hulk, please let me know, I need to slow him down a bit :)
 

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She does look good and mean too!
 

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More coupes there!
I’d feel more at home! Ha!

More later Fastback 69 up showing up here!




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Funny because we always say the same thing...the last 3 cruises that I've been on there have been between 8-12 classics, not always the same guys but all coupes.
 
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