Brings back memories of jumping railroad crossings......ask SpeedJunkee about the last incident...LMAO
I'd wager that being the only Greenbriar van to hang hoops like that...I'll wager Mr. Wallace and his chums laughed like loons every time they did it.
Stuff like this is what makes guys like Dave Wallace cool....just a bunch of gearheads havin' a good time!
How many of us can now add, [ for research purposes ] to say why we did something nutty a second time!
Jeremy George in Windsor NY
There is a van just like that one for sale here in Fenton, MI.
200 mph or bust.......
Nothing wrong with waiting until you dad old to tell him why that particular car had such "interesting" issues .. ;)
A ninja editor
who's heavily into Buicks
Maybe I should have used that "research" idea for the reason my Dad's '66 Charger got so few miles out of rear tires.
How many of us have done similar stuff to our Dad's vehicles. I'm sure most of them had a hint of what was going on but, well you know.....
This is the reason why my Dad only let me drive his cars while I had a permit and either him or mom in the passenger seat. As soon as I got my license I was banned from his vehicles, guess he figured if I was going to break something it would be mine that I'd have to fix. Doesn't matter, still enjoyed 6500 RPM clutch dumps...
There is a complete rust free Corvair van sitting in the Ecology Auto Salvage in Wilmington, CA. It had lettering that I believe was for LA DWP, dept of water and power. Someone go get it.
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