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Originally posted by Torsion Beam
The Ranger is one thing I can give Ford. It's well survived the test of time, and it's a truck that's small enough to carry loads, and be practical when paroozing around the city. Toyota had a hook with their Tacoma, but nothing beats a Ranger. It not often that I say that, because I'm not a big truck person.
Other than the Mustang, the other thing I can give them is the GT40 of the 60s.
The Tacoma had nothing on the 1980's models toyota pickups. (Yes they were just called "pickup" back in the day) The 22r and re series were/are unbeatable and can't be killed.
Originally posted by Saylor
I just got my dead grandmother's 2006 Chrysler Sebring with less than 40k miles on it. The car drives GREAT!!! But, I was personally thinking about getting a drag car jut for fun too. I would like a to get a rolling chasis of a 87 mustang, put a supercharged Chevy big block in it, put a fresh pair of slicks on it, put wheelie bars on it, add roll cage, nitro injection, putting a stage 2-3 transmission on it. That thing would FLY!!!! But that is going to happen later on. I don't have the money to do that atm.
Chevy in a ford. Well now. Had someone tell me something one time. And I shall pass it to you. Mixing Chevrolet and Ford is like eating your sisters pussy, it may taste the same, but it's just not right. Haha.
Other thank that. What size big block? What gen? What would you do inside the motor? Why a supercharger? Wheelie bars, understandable. Nitros, nice. And why type of tranny? Manual or automatic? If manual, tremec and which one? If automatic, 700r4 or something else? If you say you are going to do this with a car, you might as well go into extreme detail haha.