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1966 Chrysler Crown ImperialRead more
After I got out the service, I
temporarily drove my truck and
camper. My dad bought the
Imperial and when I sold the
truck and camper, I drove
this monster for a while.
Full power seats, windows, door
locks, power antenna, A/C, 8
track, tilt & telescoping steering
wheel. And a really cool feature–
you could change the radio
station by either the normal seek
button on the radio, or you could
tap a button switch to the right
of the gas pedal. I drove this car
on and off for over 3 years as my
dad bought a 1973 Plymouth Fury
1966 Corvair Monza Coupe
1966 Dodge PolaraRead more
As I got married, and just before
we moved into our Buena Park
home, I had needed a car for my
wife to drive. I picked up this
car from my older brother.
The car had been ordered new
as a potential police car. That
means oversize drums and brakes,
the 440 commander engine, extra
large battery, 383 rear end, and
a whole bunch of other goodies.
After a couple of years, I rebuilt
the engine and we gave the car
to my wife’s younger brother, who
immediately lowered it, hung the
fuzzy dice from the mirror, & put
a bobble head in the rear window.
Quick story–he decided to clean
the radiator one day and figured
drano would do the job. He called
me after doing this and asked me
if it was normal that water
squirted out in many places in the
front of the radiator.
1966 GMC Stepside PickupRead more
I went to work one day, as an
almost 17 year old, and saw
this red pick up in the lot. I found
out it belonged to the shop
foreman and that is was for sale.
Why not ? I said to myself.
So I sold the 1958 Bel Air and
bought this 1966 GMC Fire
Engine Red Stepside Pickup.
I had so much wax on it the
cloth would slide off the
hood. Put new lumber in the bed,
chrome stove bolts and runners
(later covered it up with black
vinyl so I would not scratch it).
No radio, A/C, or actually
anything in it other than a
heater, windshield wipers, and a
lighter socket (no lighter).
Bought some cheap slide-on
headrests to classy it up a little,
And ‘Moon” hub caps.
1966 Honda 450 Black BomberRead more
My brother told me that his girl
friend’s father was looking to sell
his motorcycle. So before I looked
at the bike, I rented a Yamaha 80
from a Shell gas station to see if I
wanted to be a biker.
I had so much fun on the little
80 I had to see the 450.
2 cylinder, 1 down 3 up 4 speed,
loud, and really good looking,
I bought it for $400.
Got a motorcycle license
endorsement, never did insure
it, and rode it around until I
went into the service. Left it
out for my brother who
consequently let it go swimming
in the Anaheim reservoir.