Saturday, March 20, 2010

Finally....

Got the Monte up and running after 5 years of having the engine torn apart.

Man, I've missed it.




Isn't she sweet? Wish I'd gotten her in the divorce!!!!

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13 comments:

Deborah said...

Very sweet! I just looked at an old car this week but it wasn't worth the money they were asking!
I hope you enjoy the rest of you weekend!
Deborah

Janie at Sounding Forth said...

Beautiful!

IronBear said...

Nice!

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Is she yours? She's beautiful! Hope she is..nothing like taking a road trip with a classic.

Fragrant Liar said...

Ah, the Monte. I used to drive my co-worker's back in the early 70s. That puppy was decked out on major wheels, and the springs on it made it cushy. Beefy, sexy, and cushy. Yum.

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Secretia said...

I didn't know at first that you were talking about a car...
It does look good.

Laura said...

She is beautiful: the lines, the color andn admittedly don't we miss the roar of those engines. I'm glad some mfg. are coming back with our old school rods! Thanks for sharing.

Cher' Shots said...

Cool ride ~ but, I hate to tell ya but your age is slipping! LOL

STILLMAGNOLIA said...

Sweet! Nothing prettier...than a vintage car...unless of course it is a vintage woman.

Ace said...

Nothing like a classic muscle car!

Danica said...

Nice

AirmanMom said...

sweet car!!!!
~AM