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    Posted: 02-May-2014 at 11:48AM
Here are some pics of my ride at a couple local cruise-ins my son and myself had the privilege of attending. Beautiful cars and great weather.
Inverness, Fl.


Dave and Sue Nassivera's Cruise-in/Car Show-Ocala, Fl.


Hope you approve and/or enjoy the pics. Thanks for looking. Todd
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What's the size of the rims
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Love that color,what is it.
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todd, VERY NICE!!! big rims tucked that's what i'm talkin' about Thumbs Up (not jacked up like a 4x4 just to fit those big wheels- like the dorks do )
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Originally posted by legend onirot legend onirot wrote:

beautiful...


Thank you, hearing a positive comment like this makes all the hard work worthwhile. Todd
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Originally posted by 72RogerGT 72RogerGT wrote:

What's the size of the rims


The rims are 20" x 8.5".
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It wasn't a show but I drove my car to a friend of mines work. He drove his car to work today and we drew some attention with them parked together.
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Todd, your Chero looks Awesome. You should bring it to our show in Louisville. July 31st thru Aug 3rd. We are trying to get as many members as possible to show up at this one.
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Originally posted by fordpower fordpower wrote:

Love that color,what is it.


Please don't flame me here, it is a GM color , Dark Cherry metallic. Color code 77/9800. It was painted back in '98, when I was dropping off my Ranchero at the body shop I saw a '95 Chevy Impala SS at the body shop that was just painted, needless to say I liked the color. Todd
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Originally posted by antlerfiend antlerfiend wrote:

Todd, your Chero looks Awesome. You should bring it to our show in Louisville. July 31st thru Aug 3rd. We are trying to get as many members as possible to show up at this one.


I would love to attend, just may need a loan to pay for the fuel, the BB is THIRSTY for sure. I tell people it gets 20 MPG. They ask REALLY, I say yep, 9 in the city and 11 on the highway. I usually get a chuckle out of them. Thank you for the positive comments. You have a REALLY nice ride yourself, love the Torino fastbacks! BTW, how did hunting season go for you this year?Todd
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todd, VERY NICE!!! big rims tucked that's what i'm talkin' about Thumbs Up (not jacked up like a 4x4 just to fit those big wheels- like the dorks do )


Thank you Johnny, I was sweatin' the rim size when I ordered them along with tires already mounted. Once on the Ranchero it made a huge difference in the look, compared to the 17's that were on it. I always liked a lowered ride. Here's a pic of what was on it before the rim change and other mods.

I totally agree on the "jacked up" cars, never my thing, but I can appreciate the effort. Todd
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Todd, I didn't even see a deer during gun season. The day after Thanksgiving I was out with my Bow and shot over the back of a huge ten point. I got a new bow this year that shoots 340 fps and practiced at 50, 60 and 70 yds. I missed my buck at 18 yds. Lesson learned! Put your car on a trailer and bring it up. I have trailered mine all over and then drove it where we were. It looks awesome and we need more Cheros.
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yeah, i too was sweating rim size when i ordered custom billet wheels for my vette i went with 18 s worked out perfect! well the second set did (first set was summit's mistake wrong back spacing they ate $1,200 worth of wheels reordered the right offset ones without a complaint!)
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Beautiful Ranchero and the 20's look awesome.
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Originally posted by aquartlow aquartlow wrote:

Originally posted by legend onirot legend onirot wrote:

beautiful...


Thank you, hearing a positive comment like this makes all the hard work worthwhile. Todd



yep. I know how you feel. I am about to start enjoying mine after 4 long years of hard hard work. the encouragement from the members here have kept me going and even kick started me from slumber at times... great bunch of guys (and gals) on this forum!!!
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It reminded me of the old led sleds of the 50-60 something like black rose.
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Beautiful Ranchero and the 20's look awesome.


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Thank you for the positive comment. Much appreciated. Todd
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Originally posted by legend onirot legend onirot wrote:

Originally posted by aquartlow aquartlow wrote:

Originally posted by legend onirot legend onirot wrote:

beautiful...


Thank you, hearing a positive comment like this makes all the hard work worthwhile. Todd



yep. I know how you feel. I am about to start enjoying mine after 4 long years of hard hard work. the encouragement from the members here have kept me going and even kick started me from slumber at times... great bunch of guys (and gals) on this forum!!!


Keep your head up, 4 years really isn't that long. Sadly, my perpetual restoration/hibernation took ALOT longer. Life happens! I didn't realize how proud I would be when I finally purchased a tag and insurance to put my ride back on the road. Many thanks to my wife for the patience she provided and my young son who lent me a hand when I had something to "bribe" him with. This forum's members provide a great source of info and positive encouragement, during the process and after with all the when your finished ride is back on the road. Malcolm, Keep on, keeping on. I can't wait to see your finished product. Todd
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Originally posted by antlerfiend antlerfiend wrote:

Todd, I didn't even see a deer during gun season. The day after Thanksgiving I was out with my Bow and shot over the back of a huge ten point. I got a new bow this year that shoots 340 fps and practiced at 50, 60 and 70 yds. I missed my buck at 18 yds. Lesson learned! Put your car on a trailer and bring it up. I have trailered mine all over and then drove it where we were. It looks awesome and we need more Cheros.


The deer just know when to become ghosts don't they, I haven't had a chance to hunt for a couple years(damn poachers and other knuckle heads). The pre-season pics you provide gets the heart pumping for sure. I will be driving to Michigan this summer(unless work interferes, which isn't terribly bad since it has been slow for us) going by Louisville(I-75), not sure of the date though. Thanks again for the positive comment. Todd
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i was thinking the color was "black cherry"  but yeah, "lead sleds"! nothin' like a chopped 50 merc, that's what i'm talkin' about! Thumbs Up
todd that color looks awesome on there and just the right amount of chrome trim to compliment it matched with the wheels Clap p.s. i love your "hybrid" slogan LOLThumbs Up
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i was thinking the color was "black cherry"  but yeah, "lead sleds"! nothin' like a chopped 50 merc, that's what i'm talkin' about! Thumbs Up
todd that color looks awesome on there and just the right amount of chrome trim to compliment it matched with the wheels Clap p.s. i love your "hybrid" slogan LOLThumbs Up


I actually have the "hybrid" slogan on the back glass in 1" bright vinyl letters, it makes some giggle when they read it, those who do are probably NOT hybrid owners though(they are sometimes a "different breed" onto themselves with nary a humorous bone in their bodies). Todd   
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Originally posted by californiajohnny californiajohnny wrote:

i was thinking the color was "black cherry"  but yeah, "lead sleds"! nothin' like a chopped 50 merc, that's what i'm talkin' about! Thumbs Up
todd that color looks awesome on there and just the right amount of chrome trim to compliment it matched with the wheels Clap p.s. i love your "hybrid" slogan LOLThumbs Up


I actually have the "hybrid" slogan on the back glass in 1" bright vinyl letters, it makes some giggle when they read it, those who do are probably NOT hybrid owners though(they are sometimes a "different breed" onto themselves with nary a humorous bone in their bodies). Todd   

definitely true !!!! you can tell most people by what they drive
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Todd, let me know when you are riding up 75. I am working off exit 90. If it is the right time we could meet up.
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Todd, let me know when you are riding up 75. I am working off exit 90. If it is the right time we could meet up.


I'll definitely let you know when and if the trip will take place, always glad to meet another forum member. My wife and kids get to visit family in Mich. every year, but they usually fly because of me working and not wanting them on the road that long by themselves. When I get the opportunity to go back after last visiting in '98, I get to drive(YEE HAW ), lucky me.
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Gary, 75Ranchero460 stopped by my house today with his new ride. It is a sweeet 71 Torino. I cant believe that he kept it a secret from me.
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