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Old 06-01-2015, 09:31 PM   #11
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Old 06-01-2015, 09:55 PM   #12
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That is a mighty sexy beast.
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Old 06-01-2015, 10:01 PM   #13
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the 66 was always my favorite GTO. those of you who follow the classic hot rod scene know who corky coker is in the restoration/tire area. he owns Coker Tire, and they reproduce the classic wide whitewall and the redline tires pontiac used on the GTO.

they are located here in chattanooga. there is a museum downtown with all his prized cars. he used to have a candy apple red 66 GTO convertible (white top, white interior) and its the 389 tri power with the 4 in the floor. not sure if it is still there or not.

his collection is fucking immaculate.
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Old 06-01-2015, 10:04 PM   #14
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MbQK4KeQtM

http://tours.cokertire.com/

the Youtube link is a short vid of the collection.
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Here is another one. Sadly, it isn't mine. This is a 1967 SS396 Chevelle A friend bought it off Ebay, and the trans went out, a clutch, and the rear main seal in the first 2 weeks. That was fixed, then (as normal on a lot of 396's), it kicked a rod out, sooo...a 502hp/502 crate when in it. Shortly afterwards, he hit a deer. It went to a different shop where it took forever to get the (light) damage repaired. They also installed Vintage Air (badly, it fried the radio, lol)... They replaced the radio, but the AC and Radio aren't right. They constantly go off or on, (own their own). Also, the battery will die after a couple of days, if the disconnect is left on.

I told him I would try to fix it, but I never could get a time set up for him to deliver it. I told him earlier this week to leave it at the body shop, and I would trailer it home. (He kept telling me to just drive it home, nope, not happening. I don't want to hit something in it). I hope to have mine home shortly, and neither it, nor this one will be outside. A quick glance at the wiring, there is a power distribution block for the AC, but there are several wires for the MSD, etc, going to the battery. They will go to the block to clean that up. I think the battery issue is due to the wiring for the internal regulator style alternator upgrade. I think it is wired so the alternator is energized whether the key is on or not, so that will go. Then I can check the ac and radio.



Yes, it has stock exhaust manifolds on the 502...

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Old 03-25-2018, 01:56 AM   #16
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This 34 belongs to the same guy. It spent 17 months at the same shop that "fixed " the SS. It had the wrong grille (for a truck, the car is different) so they were trying to make it fit. As soon as the hood shows up, it will be done...

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Old 03-25-2018, 01:59 AM   #17
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This also belongs to him. We did some touch up to some of the paint. It needs some work, but the price is fair. It has tweed interior, a carb'ed 350, and a camaro front and rear subframe. He is asking $17,000 I believe. If I didn't have so many already, I would own...



He also has a 32 Vicky and an Elcamino, but I don't have pics of those, as I haven't gotten my hands on them yet...
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Old 03-25-2018, 02:01 AM   #18
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This belongs to a different guy. A 1950 Ford with a truck Flathead V8, and I converted it to 1 2volt. I wish I had a before pic, this one was pretty bad. It is decent enough to fix now...

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Old 03-25-2018, 02:26 AM   #19
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Bunch of bad ass rides
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