What a joke!! You are obviously geographically challenged. Many Hemi cars including the Sublime 70 Cuda convertible four speed that a few years ago sold on Barrett-Jackson for $310,000.The original owner lived on Bell Island. You can't be aware of the two US Naval stations(we raced on the Argentia Naval station airstrip) and one air force base that we had here. And BTW those spoilers adjusted,(I personally did PDIs on them) but only in Milwaukee would you see one adjusted for upforce!:laughing: Ferraris, Lambos, real Cobras(both 289 and 427) Sunbeam Tiger was real popular(Chrysler owned Sunbeam BTW). Plenty GT 500 and 350s. GTO Judges, W-30s and 31s, I could go on. My 69 Z28 sponsored by the Plymouth dealer that I worked for(that's right) ran 3 tenths off the NHRA E/MP NHRA record for almost two years!!!!!!!!!!!! We never did live in igloos my friend!It was in Milwaukee, I don't remember what the intersection was. It was near a friend of mines house.
The gull wing spoiler actually was flat across the top, it just looks angled. I don't imagine you had to many real muscle cars in Newfoundland.
Get it? The spoiler would still melt regardless of angle.You just needed a sprinkler system. It wasn't an option.Their adjustable??? WOW I guess that could have made a difference in putting out the fire. I posted a couple of pictures of a car I owned that was destroyed in a fire a few years back. I guess you don't get it!
An ass degrades a province he knows nothing about.Let's just say you got the ball rolling.:boid: 40 year old black and whites don't scan too good.I never said it was an option. I just posted pictures of the car with no captions, you are the one who dropped off the deep end. I guess every forum needs an ass! Post a few pics of your prize Z28
Tundra - I don't quite get where you're coming from here...Their adjustable??? WOW I guess that could have made a difference in putting out the fire. I posted a couple of pictures of a car I owned that was destroyed in a fire a few years back. I guess you don't get it!