A place to feel at home

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carelo.koekemoer
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A place to feel at home

Post by carelo.koekemoer » Tue 11 Oct 2016, 21:50

Hi all

I live in Durbanville, Cape Town and spend my days in front of s or in meetings, dreaming about all things with engines (except lawnmowers)

I grew up with some awesome cars from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s in my family - including a 49 Ford Custom (which I'd love to own someday), Biscaynes, C10s, Mazda RX2's, XR6 Cortinas and Jaguars.

Grew up in the back of a SSS with the factory modified zero cams and sidedraught Webers.

I own a split-screen Morris Minor (waiting for a transplant someday) - I think rotary - and a AMC Hornet 410 that used to belong to my grandfather. 80k original kms, but lots of tlc needed on the outside....

Hope to learn from others here, and share experiences

Carelo

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Mustang Sally
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Location: West Rand

Re: A place to feel at home

Post by Mustang Sally » Wed 12 Oct 2016, 10:31

Hi Carlo

Welcome to the forum! Glad to hear about another Hornet owner. We use ours for some fun on the classic rallies.
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Share some pics of your Hornet.
68 Mustang Coupe RHD
62 Corvette
67 Dodge Monaco
52 Chevy 3100 496 project
356 Replica
76 AMC Hornet
62 Mk2 Convertible Jag project
73 Mk3 Cortina V6

Hi, my name is Neels and I have a problem... :lol:

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hitlers revenge
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Location: Back in the 'Fell, Cape Town

Re: A place to feel at home

Post by hitlers revenge » Wed 12 Oct 2016, 15:47

Welcome. Maybe I must bring around my '49 Custom for you to drool over. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

carelo.koekemoer
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Re: A place to feel at home

Post by carelo.koekemoer » Wed 12 Oct 2016, 16:59

hitlers revenge wrote:Welcome. Maybe I must bring around my '49 Custom for you to drool over. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Very appropriate nickname my fuhrer
I'd love to see it!

carelo.koekemoer
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Re: A place to feel at home

Post by carelo.koekemoer » Wed 12 Oct 2016, 17:02

Mustang Sally wrote:Hi Carlo

Welcome to the forum! Glad to hear about another Hornet owner. We use ours for some fun on the classic rallies.
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Share some pics of your Hornet.
Thanks Mustang Sally! I like the paintjob on yours...right now I think it'll suit mine too, to camouflage it a bit.

The [BLACK SUN WITH RAYS]️ 's fading power has not been hood to the old girl's red paintjob.

Pics will follow soon

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ters
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Re: A place to feel at home

Post by ters » Wed 12 Oct 2016, 17:13

Welcome Carelo!

Ters.
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carelo.koekemoer
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Re: A place to feel at home

Post by carelo.koekemoer » Sat 23 Dec 2017, 23:39

Ok. So it’s not changed yet (life happens)....but at least there’s a plan

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