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Dan scored when pulling out the carpet on his 66 Belvedere, it was parked in 1979, right about the time someone stuffed a $100 in an envelope and hid it under the carpet… emergency fund? Hide it from the wife?

February 11th, 2018 by admin

the dates are 1974 and 77

Because this was posted in a Facebook page, a lot of people chimed in with what they had found in old cars…
Chad says:
Just recently, I found underneath the glove box liner on my friends 69 Charger Dash, that I am restoring for him, an envelope with $20 in it. It was an envelope that was addressed and stamped to go someplace in the Bay Area. The car’s been sitting dormant since 1989 and the envelope was dated sometime in 79.
Anthony says:
a friend of mine found a bag of coke and casino chips under the back seat of his 66 Impala
Dan says:
brass knuckles in the kick panel rubbed the insulation off the wiring. Also found a bag of pot under the drivers seat.
Larry found:
120.00 stuffed in the ripped up drivers seat under the seat cover
Douglas said:
Once when I drive limos I found a paper football and I figured it was just a dollar bill. A couple months later I needed one dollar so I figured I’ll use it and unfolded a $100 dollar bill. Instead of McDonald’s I went to chili’s that day.
Billy said
I once found 650 one dollar bills in the dash behind the glovebox of a van I bought at Carmax.
Russ said
one time i bought a 68 chevelle and there was a 10 dollar pack of quarters in the glovebox and box of tools in trunk
Joseph said
I bought a 77 Ford van for Parts, but there was an old metal coffee can up the seat with $800 in Cash and change in it…I paid $300 for the van…and made another $500 in parts I that I didn’t need…that was a good day…

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Dan scored when pulling out the carpet on his 66 Belvedere, it was parked in 1979, right about the time someone stuffed a $100 in an envelope and hid it under the carpet… emergency fund? Hide it from the wife?

a big budget grudge match is going to be part of the Gas Monkey Garage tv show, between Kurt Busch and Joey Logano, next Monday, at Charlotte Motor Speedway, on Discovery Channel

November 17th, 2017 by admin

Busch had GMG build up a Pantera,

this is shocking… 19 year old woman loves her 1969 Road Runner… that is cool, and shocking. How many college women are driving muscle car Mopars? Just one, this one

June 1st, 2017 by admin

it’s even her facebook page banner! That’s incredible!

Indiana girl who goes deer hunting and drives a Road Runner. Wow.

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this is shocking… 19 year old woman loves her 1969 Road Runner… that is cool, and shocking. How many college women are driving muscle car Mopars? Just one, this one

one of the things that made the USA a cool place to be, was the firefighter team competitions… on Long Island they used to race cars as part of the championship… some far out hemi cars too, backwards Corvettes, etc. Crazy shit, I LOVE it!

January 9th, 2017 by admin

Back in 1965, ABC ran a television show called Wide World of Sports. On one of their shows they had a fireman’s competition between different fire departments in the country. The competition involved putting five fireman on the back of a homemade firetruck and taking off from a dead stop and hooking hoses to fire hydrants, unloading ladders, etc. It was like a quarter mile of competition to see who could do it the fastest time.

the above Dart is an altrered wheel base wrinkle wall monster, a Super Stock Hurst special?

One of the fire departments on Long Island, the Central Islip Fire Department drill team used a 1965 hemi Coronet with a truck back end welded in place where the trunk would have been.

All found on

I find this hilarious… some frustrated old fart with an axe to grind and who will not allow for any other opinion than his own… has a Facebook page and went full retard this morning

December 7th, 2016 by admin

Think it was the “Good day sir” that did it? Or the “I said good day sir” that pushed him over the edge?

See this great looking Mustang? There is a cool story here: Project Sarge, from the same group (Rebuilding Generations) that last year worked up a 71 Duster. They get the kids to work on cars with parents and grandparents. Coolest thing I’ve learned about in the car enthusiast world, multi-generation car hot rodding

November 21st, 2016 by admin

Their Duster was posted last year

Some people been asking, and I found out what’s up… Go Away Garage blogger closed the blog, and put out the sign "GO AWAY"

October 29th, 2016 by admin

A couple guys asked me (heck, what do I know? I’m just a car guy! I dunno jack) and so today when Mario asked, I dig a little digging….

Go-Away Garage

The Underdog Maverick progresses from as found to SEMA show ready, and this episode features the kids working on it at Alhambra High School in LA

August 1st, 2016 by admin

“Project Underdog” – the name of the car and the online series chronicling this custom build focuses on three Alhambra High School students — Alexis Hernandez, Tony Chen and Christian Quiroz — who were chosen through SEMA’s automotive scholarship program to assist in the build and learn about the different aspects of restoring and modifying a car.

They’re all part of a larger effort to inspire more people to pursue a career in the automotive industry.

And as much as the project is about exposing today’s youth to the inner-workings of the car world, it’s also about motivating those with resources to reach out to the community and be mentors.

With the support of Pennzoil, Rocket Bunny, GReddy, and Nitto – the plan is to take the Maverick through a frame-up restoration and then drop in a 2.3-liter Ford EcoBoost motor paired with a custom turbocharger system an update to the exterior looks, plus rims and tires.

Once the car is completed, it will be auctioned to benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Foundation, which is “dedicated to fostering the next generation of automotive aftermarket industry leaders and innovators.”

‘Project Underdog’ puts the spotlight on fostering automotive education for today’s youth, one of the many core values that Shell, shares with Sung Kang and SEMA,” said Don Moser, Shell Lubricants marketing director. “These students will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hone their passion for cars and take on the task of rebuilding one of the greatest underdogs in automotive history, the Ford Maverick.”

and there is more coverage on Sung Kang’s Facebook page, like the kids taking the Maverick to get the big passenger side dent out, etc. The things that do not get the you tube video time, but are essential to the car getting repaired and in shape.

the isolation of a parking lot attendant sitting in his booth, inspired Tom M Johnson to start a photo journey around Pittsburgh

July 6th, 2016 by admin

Pittsburgh is a commuter city with marginal public transportation, so most people drive into the city from surrounding suburbs, and thus need a place to park. Around downtown there are many parking lots, some large and corporate, others small and privately owned.

Preston Tucker and His Battle to Build the Car of Tomorrow, by Steve Lehto. A book review

June 24th, 2016 by admin

I can’t remember the last time I read about a court case. I can’t probably express just how interesting this one is, but since the basics are already well known… you can probably understand how much more this story is because you’re already curious about the machinations of the govt and the mysterious force driving the govt agents to demonize and destroy Preston Tucker’s car company.