Old 12-31-2017   #1201
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Old 12-31-2017   #1202
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Old 12-31-2017   #1203
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I did all my dating in a '63 Corvair coupe! "Those were the days."
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Old 01-01-2018   #1204
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Scanning negatives over the holidays, brought up these . When I bought this car for next to nothing 35+ years ago, it was peeling off green, the floor was rusted out to the extent that you would have been able to watch the road pass beneath your feet as you drove along, provided it would run, which it didn't. Particularly proud of this car because I spent some years converting it to a very capable vintage race car and racing it, building every race motor and doing all the fabrication myself outside of the roll cage and paint..

Had a lot more spare money then (and one season, not counting initial cost of equipment, of running this at tracks all over the country would more than cover the cost of every camera anyone could possibly want). Nothing I have ever done, or ever hope to do, or ever imagine doing, was remotely as much fun, and it has been sorely missed in the years since it has been gone to someone who will never have the satisfaction of being able to say, "I did this myself". I wish I could say that I don't miss this, but just looking at the photos has always made me ache.

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Old 01-01-2018   #1205
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I did all my dating in a '63 Corvair coupe! "Those were the days."
Found a Corvair convertible, yellow with black interior (vinyl of course) in the early 70's. 4 carbs (crazy to tune). Engine smoke came thru the heating ducts (so much for air cooled). I think I left it in the field where I found it, after a few months.
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Old 01-01-2018   #1206
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Number 23 looks great, Larry! Wonderful how the design has remained recognizably "Porsche" over all these years. I have a new Porsche coupe that is clearly related to that one!

As to Corvairs, I had two... a '65 Corsa Turbo in sad shape that I bought 5 years old for $50 and fully restored, and a '66 Monza with a 327 v8 mid-engine conversion, also a project!

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That is sweet looking, Doug.
I keep thinking I will get a nice, late model, corvair convertible someday as it is one of the few nice cars from that era which is still affordable due to people being scared off by bad information, I guess.
The '66 Monza with the 327, sounds like illicit fun. Too much power is just enough.
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Like I said, for years! First snow of the season. Baby Rolleiflex, Rera Pan 100, Rodinal 1:50

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Doug,

That's a dream car, but I really want to see some pictures of your '66 Corvair with the 327 mid engine setup!
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Thanks Larry.... Checked the records and I see there are some B&W of the Monza in the snow on a hunting trip in the Fall of 1976, no digital copies..
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Thanks Larry.... Checked the records and I see there are some B&W of the Monza in the snow on a hunting trip in the Fall of 1976, no digital copies..
Ah, well. Mid-engined, 327 powered Corvair, just the thing for a hunting trip in the snow Sounds exciting!
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Old 03-27-2018   #1219
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Old 04-24-2018   #1222
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How about a part of an old car? Cord Cabriolet exhaust. Pentax 67II, Kodak Ektachrome.

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^ Wow Kenny that's quite tthe shot ! I'm a bit envious of your Pentax , but my oh my they've become quite valuable ! It's enough to keep GAS at bay , but pictures like this aren't helping Peter
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Thank you Peter. This is with the 200mm f4 and 14mm #1 extension tube. Sorta macro-y. Funny thing is that I didn't recognize these as tubes initially; they were in the box and I just set them aside for a bit.
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