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Keane165's 1970 LeMans

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Welcome Pontolet 72. Some beautiful cars bud. That wedge bed truck in the picture, was that an old ford F100?

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Man those houses remind me of the neighborhoods I knew growing up in Flint when I was a kid.

You've had some awesome rides of the course of your life. Thank you for sharing.

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Those homes look like Pontiac???    Chief or Husky?   LMAO

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It was in Hazel Park between 9 1/2 MILE which is Woodward Heights and 10 mile and John R. that's where I was born and raised, I lived in Hazel Park for 40 years graduated from Hazel Park High in 73 could have graduated in 72 but I changed my vocational auto mechanics school, long story, my time the last 4 years in High school I spent in auto mechanics and welding and worked out of my dad's garage I had at the time my own welding equipment torches tools ect, and through a series of events lost it all except my roll away which was emptied from being ripped off, I worked on friends muscle cars, and my own, family, and relatives cars, and neighbors cars until I moved out on my own and unfortunately since then to this day don't have a garage which makes working on my Pontiac difficult.    

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I can sympathize. I don't have a garage at my house to work on any of my toys either. I am currently looking for real estate or an existing pole barn near my house that I can call my "man cave".

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1 hour ago, Last Indian said:

Wouldn’t that be Ice Palace!? :rofl: 

HAHAHA

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19 hours ago, Last Indian said:

Wouldn’t that be Ice Palace!? :rofl: 

Yes, it would and these are my Zambonis - 

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....and your point is?

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The Hemi Zamboni use to be on display, right next to the hemi-powered BBQ grill, at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills. Sadly that museum is now closed.

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