My New Ride - The Black Rebel

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My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by JayceLane » Thu 11 Jun 2015, 12:25

Ok, so its not quite yet finalised, 50% down payment, being delivered tomorrow to the Grindrod Terminal in Cape Town to get to me in Durbs. But I couldn't resist sharing.
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Re: My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by johan wepener » Thu 11 Jun 2015, 13:47

Looks very nice.

Congratulations.

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Re: My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by ters » Thu 11 Jun 2015, 16:35

Very, very nice Jayce! She is going to be your daily né?

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Re: My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by JayceLane » Thu 11 Jun 2015, 16:43

ters wrote:Very, very nice Jayce! She is going to be your daily né?

Ters.
Yip she is going to be my daily, or my alternate daily with my black 1984 Bmw k100.

Funny story, how I got here actually. I was trying to sell my wives Renault Modus. The agreement being that her and the kids take over the Dodge Journey and the don't really have a say in what I drive when I replace the Renault.

So long story short, Renault sale was not going anywhere was after 2 years not going to get close to what I paid for her, then got side swiped two weeks ago, Renault got written off, insurance paid me out for what I insured her for, which ended up being better than what I could get in the market and with that money I have now have the Rebel.

The good thing about it is, I wont suffer the same depreciations and if I am involved in the similar accident I would have torn of the front tyre of the guy that swiped me and be able to polish out the marks on the fender.
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Re: My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by kavesh » Thu 11 Jun 2015, 17:57

Congrats Jayce

That rebel looks in good nick as well.

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Post by First V8 » Thu 11 Jun 2015, 19:22

Things worked out well for you . That is a beaut of a Valiant , what motor is in it .
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Re: My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by JayceLane » Thu 11 Jun 2015, 19:49

Thanks Gents. She has her Slant 6 still in her, but the previous previous owner, did a 38 carb conversion and headers installed and dyno tuned from what I can make out from the history that I am putting together on it. so need to figure out if anything else was done to like changing the compression ratio or cams.
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Re: My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by Johann72 » Thu 11 Jun 2015, 22:11

Very Nice!! Real Class!! I like :D :D
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Re: My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by Bearhawke » Fri 12 Jun 2015, 17:53

Def a better car than a Renault between ease of repair and parts availability. Admittedly the 1972 onwards Aussie/RSA Mopar A bodies were RHD only; LHD markets kept the 1967 Valiant/Dart body till the end (1981 in Brazil).
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Re: My New Ride - The Black Rebel

Post by Burnthosetyres » Fri 12 Jun 2015, 18:53

She looks
super clean. Hope she treats you well!
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