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Weekly Community Roundup 5/9

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Another week has passed with many of us still physically separated from our car community. But we can still get together here, and we're beyond grateful that so many of you are sharing your pictures and stories with us through our online communities. We love seeing what you're working on and even hearing a few stories from days gone by. Keep them coming, and we'll keep sharing them!

We posted a gasser style Model A coupe and asked "would you rather see a nose up gasser stance on a hot rod or slammed in the weeds?" Here are a couple responses...

First time out of the shop with my new Speedway gasser front. -Jamey S.

Love me a gasser, but this is my style... -Marty E.

Gasser all the way. Here's a pic of my dads. -Justin C.

We shared a picture of a '65 GTO and asked "what's your favorite year of GTO?"

My 67. -Keith B.

In the year 1969. -Jerry L.

David shared his killer Mustang on #MuscleMonday...

Bought this new in 67. Has a 1970 BOSS 302 that I bought from ford in 1970. I thought about selling it back in the early 1980s, but never did. I still love working on it and driving to various car shows around Minnesota. -David N

Thomas shared a couple projects and we love them both...

1963 Chevy Corvair

1915 Ford

Here are a couple of our favorites from #ClassicTruckTuesday...

56 Alberta Canada. -Robert H.

My 55 GMC project owned it for 45 years life got in the way. Back on it this summer. -Dave S.

And finally, in response to our 4/27 big block post, Frank shared this awesome photo from long ago...

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