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DrHawkeye

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About DrHawkeye

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  1. The Lobby

    Happy Friday Lobby. Seeing Ozzy tonight!! Get on the Crazy Train.
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    If he had actually worked on it during all that time he had it, then I would agree. Getting a couple bubbles in the paint on the front fender, and a crack by the gas cap (that he's already redone a couple times). I'm not even gonna bitch about some of the sanding lines and other stuff, but those 2 things shouldn't happen, and he's gonna fix them til he gets it right.
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    Glad I don't have to worry about that problem anymore.
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    Thanks, for the most part the paint is great, but there's a few issues that I'll have to take it back to him to get resolved after the season is over. I was hoping I was done with him, but I can't let these things slide.
  5. The Lobby

    What he said. The '64.5 is just the generally accepted term for the early ones with generators, and the really big honking horns, and a different hood (which actually has a few versions of it's own), different carpet, grills, headlamp buckets, and a hundred or so other changes.
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    I'll put it on my to-do list next time I see him. Don't know if he's got go-kart races this weekend or not, so I may see him at the show Sat. But I found these on my Flickr from when we did Indy. Looks like a shaker to me. GuinessAttemptRyders by DrHawkeye, on Flickr Ryders by DrHawkeye, on Flickr Jim and his wife Kim, while we were lined up to do Sun morning paced laps around the IMS. https://flic.kr/s/aHskGSv34r That's the link to the whole album from Indy and MCAs 40th.
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    MHR answered that question pretty well. I have nothing to add.
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    Was at Beloit Autorama on Sunday, it's a fairly good size car show just north of the border, I think they said they had over 1200 cars last year. I was number 561 this year around 9am, and there was a lot more after me. Not a lot of Mustangs unfortunately, but I did run into another '64.5, original owner. He bought it new in May '64, and it was built a couple weeks before he bought it (based on the door tag, so a week give or take). Didn't get to see the engine cuz he had the hood down. I was hoping to see one with a generator since I'm looking for some info, but that was the only one I saw. It's a heavy Chevy show, so Fords don't go there very much. It was a hot one that day, so I didn't do much roaming other than checking out the swap meet and vendors, and they were fairly close to where I was parked. Usually a real nice selection of hot rods parked in the shade by the river.
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    It did a complete flip and ended up back on it's wheels. And yeah, a little foggy in the morning, Jim said the track was a little damp in places, so he wasn't really pushing it early on. Then it warmed and dried and he was going hard. I don't know if it has a shaker or not, I'm gonna have to look at it again. If he makes it to the show Sat I'll grab a few pics. It's an '07, but he's doing a Boss tribute, so it might have a shaker. I wish I woulda got a ride with him at Indy during the MCA 40th, he said that was a sweet ride, but we found out too late that he could take riders.
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    Here's the requested vids from Blackhawk. My ride along is first, the second is the GT500 crash. https://youtu.be/bjD3kch0iHQ https://youtu.be/_5IFlryyloU
  11. The Lobby

    Monday Monday. Sitting out in the heat yesterday at the car show really took it out of me.
  12. The Lobby

    Happy Friday Lobby!!
  13. I wonder how often you have to change the tires.
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    Happy Hump Day Lobby. Anybody want a piece of cake? Got some leftover from the parking lot pizza party last night.
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    Thanks, did muchly. Weather was about as perfect as it could get - low 70s, low humidity, no rain. And I do need today off to recover. Only got 4 hours of sleep after the concert before our show on Sun, and I'm really feeling it today. We had 176 cars register for our show, and I think the club had 50 cars lined up. I didn't get any pictures, but the photographer did. I was hoping to get some drone shots and video, but the guy with the drone didn't bring it. And to top it off, the first half of the Bears-Cheeseheads game was great. 2nd half, not so much. Bears are still young and learning, so if they fix that by the end of the season, then all is good. Nobody is expecting the Bears to win the Super Bowl this year, and nobody expected them to beat those Cheeseheads, and nobody expected it to be that close, so progress is being made.
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