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Re: What sound do you like to hear from an old classic Car or Truck
idaho39 #1232382 Mon Aug 28 2017 01:41 PM
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Re: What sound do you like to hear from an old classic Car or Truck
idaho39 #1232419 Mon Aug 28 2017 04:51 PM
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Re: What sound do you like to hear from an old classic Car or Truck
idaho39 #1232431 Mon Aug 28 2017 06:59 PM
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Talking with passengers in the rear seat of my Suburban at 60-65 mph. The sound of Patrick's unecessarily loud dual-exhaust single-muffler are behind us.


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1954 3106 Carryall Suburban [stovebolt.com] - part of the family for 49 years
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Re: What sound do you like to hear from an old classic Car or Truck
idaho39 #1232495 Tue Aug 29 2017 03:28 AM
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I'll tell ya another sound that brings back memories and that is nice sound and that's them tappits a tapping


If you cant hear em then you better take a wrench and loosen them so you can.... as they are made to be loud..










Re: What sound do you like to hear from an old classic Car or Truck
idaho39 #1232503 Tue Aug 29 2017 07:27 AM
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A 2 stroke Detroit coal burner at full chat closely followed by the jake brake....

Case in point.


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Re: What sound do you like to hear from an old classic Car or Truck
idaho39 #1232746 Thu Aug 31 2017 01:42 PM
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Lot of people like the sound of whining.

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