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For multiple pics, just hit the yellow image button multiple times in the same post.

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Is it more common to have a r code engine and the "r-code" shaker hood option, or the fixed "q-code" hood scoop with the automatic Or does that even matter....it sounds more and more like a car I should finish right and keep...I've always resto-modded the less desirable ones.
The R code is more rare than the Q code. Oddly, the engine was the same. Drag Pac cars had the Super Cobra Jet, but still had the R or Q code. Very odd.

An R code with auto trans was likely the most rare.

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You still have to right click each one, copy image address, then use the yellow button with the mountains.



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Guess I need to figure out how to send multiple pics...little help anyone...
Up to ten at a time as attachments. If you are doing links, just use the little mountain symbol repeatedly for each link.
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have no computer skills...
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Four are looking though the tail light openings at the drop down/rear of the wheel well of the quarter panel

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How do you add a full size pic to the thread like this?
The little yellow button with the mountain.
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I tried that little yellow button with the mountain over and over...I'll figure it out eventually....

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I tried that little yellow button with the mountain over and over...I'll figure it out eventually....
You click it and a menu opens up. Hit control v (assuming you are using Windows) and then hit enter. It will embed it for you. Don't worry, you'll get the hang of it.

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I've got enough projects for now...I'll get my 17yo to show me...lol!

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Actually using an iPad...

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The condition definitely Surprised me! Don't be worrying bout me and my lack of tech skills! Lol!

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They don't call it "resale red" for nothing. IMO when you have one of the less desirable colors (lets face it, Silver Jade falls into that category) about 50% of the buyers will wish you had left it the original color and 50% will be glad you changed it. So it is a wash.

Most potential buyers are not looking to find a totally correct car. They are looking for something that appeals to them and really don't care if you added A/C or power steering or changed it to a deluxe interior. To them what you see is what you get.

The guys that are looking for a totally correct car are thinking MCA judging. So they want a really, really correct car which yours will not be when you sell it.

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