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Hemi_Jim's Rides Past and Present

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Webpage Created 02/05/05
Webpage Updated 04/04/08
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Username Hemi_Jim (0)User has feedback score under 5
Name Jim Lamo
Location Newcastle (NSW)
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Here are some of my rides from past and the present

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First ride
This was my father's AP6 Regal.He bought it brand new.My bro's in the pic.Some years later i jumped in the world and was cruised home in it.My dad kept it for some 20 years and it went to Mopar heaven.

This was my first val.It was a VG 770 V8 coupe.Loved cruising in it.Instead of fixing the passenger seat i stuck a baseball bat behind it to keep it from falling back.Caught heaps of people out as sometimes when i hit it,the passenger would just fly right back...Kept it stock.Sadly, i sold it to a acquaintance.

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Valiant AP6 V8
Purchased this ap6 v8 from Sydney.It's got the original purchase books.Says the first owner was a Doctor B.A Cook who lived in Vacluse(Sydney).Had it for about nine years.Have a very good friend(hey Strat) that is helping me track the parts i need before the resto.It's got the original engine and is the lowest build number i've seen in the V8's

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VF PACER
Purchased this Pacer from Newcastle.The interior was mad.The car had some serious rust.Sold it to a local Tow Truck Driver who in turn sold it to some other local.

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Valiant AP6 Ute
Purchased this ap ute from a bloke that lived somewhere past Cessnock.Was very neat.Was a original ap6 ute(not a vc made to look like a ap6).Ended up selling it.

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VJ E55
It's a matching numbers VJ E55.It came with a worked motor.Interior was brown with brown carpet.

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Ap6
This is a pic of me on my oldman's AP.My Bro was on P's at the time.Still remember sitting for the pic.


Ap6
This is a pic of me on my oldman's AP.My Bro was on P's at the time.Still remember sitting for the pic.




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