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What's Your White Whale?

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  • Started 1 year ago by carolinachurchwarden
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  1. carolinachurchwarden

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    I often think about the things I have and use on a regular basis. Tools, pipes, technology, etc., are all things I use and they bring me joy when I do. It never ceases to amaze me though, when I think about certain things I'd want. I have pretty much everything I need, but there will always be those things I want. One of them would be to have a fine woodworking shop made up of all the power tools, dust collection system, and hand tools I could want. I love working with wood, but the ability to have the space I really want and the tools I would want is something I may just have to spend a good number of years working on.

    The other is quite simply a 1953 Ford F100 with the oak wood bed.

    I think pretty much everyone has those things that maybe are a little too much to afford, or even if you could are so rare, that even if you could afford them, you couldn't actually attain it due to rarity. So basically I'm just curious what many of you consider to be that white whale on the horizon. If you don't have one, that's fine, but I know I do have a few. It could be a pipe you long for, a tobacco that no longer exists or is impossible to find. Maybe it's a truck or car like one of my dreams. Do you have a white whale?

    "If you can't send money, send tobacco." - George Washington

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    Easy: 1970 Chevelle SS Convertable. One day it will be mine...all mine bwahaha (evil laugh).

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    That's a sweet looking ride! I went to high school with a guy that had one, just not convertible. It was candy apple red and boy she could really move!

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    That 53 Ford is sweet. I think the early 50's trucks are the best styled trucks that ever existed. My personal preference would be a 54 Chevy (or a 55 classic, which is a 54 carryover) because of the unique grill that the 47-53's didn't have.

    Don't get me started on the muscle car era 64-73 either.

    My preference there is a 69 Camaro RS/Z28.

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    I think the early 50's trucks are the best styled trucks that ever existed. My personal preference would be a 54 Chevy (or a 55 classic, which is a 54 carryover) because of the unique grill that the 47-53's didn't have.

    I'd have to agree. Those years were the best in style for trucks. I love some of the Chevy models as well, but I just remember my grandpa's 1954 Ford F100 and I loved riding in that thing. I still don't know how to change gears in a 3 on the tree, but I'm sure I could get it figured out real quick.

    Don't get me started on the muscle car era 64-73 either.

    Yeah....I know. That era of cars man. Almost too much to keep up with, but I'd have to pick the 1967 Mustang GT500. That thing is so sweet. But that's an easy answer and probably one of the most go-to's I've ever seen when asked, but I truly love that car.

    My preference there is a 69 Camaro RS/Z28.

    To match you year for year, though, I'd have to go with the 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner. That car was thing of beauty.

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    Easy,,,,,, ‘66 Chevelle SS. Dark maroon/black metal flake.

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    I'd have to agree. Those years were the best in style for trucks. I love some of the Chevy models as well, but I just remember my grandpa's 1954 Ford F100 and I loved riding in that thing. I still don't know how to change gears in a 3 on the tree, but I'm sure I could get it figured out real quick.

    I drove a 3 on the tree truck once, but can't remember what truck it was now, something in the 60's I think. It wasn't that hard once you got the hang of it. My first car was an 82 Z28 4-speed. I miss that car to this day.

    The other trucks that are really sweet are the 41,46 Chevys. (skipped 42-45 because of the war).

    Yeah....I know. That era of cars man. Almost too much to keep up with, but I'd have to pick the 1967 Mustang GT500.

    Eleanor.

    For Mustangs, I like Steve McQueen's 68 GT "Bullitt" or maybe a 70 with a 351 Cleveland.

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    Is it too late to add Jessica Alba to my list?

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    Is it too late to add Jessica Alba to my list?

    Yup, so you get this instead.

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    lol

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    A 1948 Ford Prefect E93A 4 door Saloon. Hard to get here in the States or much at all now.

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    A new Rolls Royce would be nice, but I don't hanker after it enough, no longing when I see one. Still would be nice. With a sexy woman as my driver. (segue)

    As to white whales of another sort, Charlize Theron comes to mind, though not as a chauffeuse.

    I know that you believe you understood what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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    A birth year "flathead."

    A man without a shillelagh is a man without an expedient.
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    I am quite happily married, so I will have to think of a car then. I guess I'm sort of an oddball around here, cause it would have to be something like;

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    Great question!

    I'm an odd duck. Very not-mechanically-inclined-but-loves-cars-anyway is a great way to describe me.

    I love all the muscle cars, old cars, trucks, model A's etc.

    My first car was way faster than it had a right to be.

    1971 Skylark (stock photo, but it was blue):

    It really opened my eyes to just how awesome Buicks are.

    So my whale is a toss up. Which ever one I came across first if I had the money.

    1970 GSX:

    Or

    1965 Riviera (so classy!):

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    Warren, your birth year flathead would look like this:

    lol

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    I would like a fully functional B&W photo lab equipped with two enlargers, a large photolab sink, a print washer and print dryer. I would also like a Nikon F2 or F3, a Hassleblad and a five year supply of 35mm and 120 black and white film and all the film and print chemistry I would need to last 5 years.

    Hey! You said "white whale."

    I am glad we have a good admin and responsible moderators.

    Heave to you dark colored ship under sail! Prepare to be boarded!
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    That fifties Ford truck is pretty delicious as are other of these wish list items. I like pappymac's photographic ideas. I wouldn't mind one of those (to me) heart throb Leica rangefinder cameras from the late sixties that took 35mm celluloid film. Tri-X was my darling, the fast b&w film for available light indoors and out. If I had the budget to have a "pet" car that didn't need to do the running and hauling, it would be one of those long-hood XK-E Jags, although the mechanics on those babies has never been just right, and the handling is a little odd. And my most quirky automotive infatuation is the Chevy Monte Carlo on into the nineties, with the subtle sheet metal. Apparently it was never favored by either the Consumer Reports nor the real car buffs, but for shear understated but undeniable looks, that was the one. It's always been four-bangers for me, German and Japanese, mostly the later, with moderate maintenance costs. I'd always start out with dealers of American cars, but those guys always had some immune response to me -- wouldn't deal, wouldn't even talk, so I'd go up the road to the the foreign makes where they were always ready to meet me, early or late, and make a deal. I never figured that out. My last try for an American car was at the Mercury dealership for a test drive of the Milan. Two salesmen were all got-up in winter coats and snappy fedoras, engaged in some conversation, and I hung around reading stickers for forty minutes and finally figured I'd go buy something else.

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    1932 robin egg blue Cord.

    My father had one. Had a Lycoming aircraft engine was supercharges and front wheel drive.

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    When I saw the thread title, my first thought was... "do they all know my wife?"

    Michael
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    1958 HD Panhead and Reese Witherspoon!

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    Michael, I was thinking the same thing!

    Mine would be a 1974 AMC Javelin.

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    The post by pepesdad ('32 Cord) reminded me I want a 1931 Duesenberg. Please.

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    I would like an actual white whale. I already have a name picked out.

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    Mine would be a 1974 AMC Javelin.
    Ha! You and me both Duane! I used to know a guy with a purple one. I've wanted one since. That and a '51 Merc, just to name a couple.

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    Pimp Daddy...

    "the weez"...
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    A yellow convertible 73 Cadillac Eldorado, the land barge.

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    If we're talking pipes; this is absolutely my white whale. (Link below)
    It's my understanding that Jason the Meerschaum King has passed away, but I have no idea what happened to his meerschaum collection. Maybe it made its way to Marty Pulvers as I believe they were friends. None the less, if I could find this pipe I would definitely buy it if I could. Beautiful Pipe!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjw77C5MFso

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    That's a beautiful meer, Metalhead. Yanik makes a beautiful pipe. I have one and the detail is fantastic.

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    I'm not seeing his "big twin."

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    The post by pepesdad ('32 Cord) reminded me I want a 1931 Duesenberg. Please.

    My father used to take me up to Santa Barbara for the Concours d'elegance to look at the amazing cars. We were chatting with the owner of a magnificent SJ and I asked him what it was like driving a Dusenberg. "Like driving a g-ddamn truck!" he replied.

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    Or maybe.....

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    Sable: I got a ride in one when I was a teenager, and yeah, it was a bit stiff and unwieldy. But fast fast fast- for the times, 80+ years ago.

    Mrpeeps- A wee ID or story on the car, please?

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    I love how car talk completely took over in here. Carry on.

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    Ha! You and me both Duane! I used to know a guy with a purple one. I've wanted one since. That and a '51 Merc, just to name a couple.

    I'm starting to think we're related!

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    jpmcwjr ~
    SuperFly

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    My white whale would be a Patek Philippe 5070p, never going to happen without lottery money....but one can dream.

    "So it goes." - K.V.
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    I would like to add a nice little beachside cottage on Lake Erie or Huron to my list.

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    Since it seems we are talking autos, I wouldn't turn down a 1938 Stutz Bearcat

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    Some want a birth year Dunhill. I want a birth year Chev Bel Air or a T Bird, so if anyone has a spare $50K, I'd really appreciate it

    Yup...1957

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    I leaned to drive stick shift on a '57 T-bird! Friend of my Dad's- brave and kind man!

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    After years and cars, What I'd really like is this. Grumman Wildcat. Sure would make boring holes in the sky fun!

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    "flathead" -- wyfb', I swear to God you just Crack. Me. Up. some days.....

    As far as cars, I'm too lazy to post a pic now, but I just want my old '66 Goat back. -sigh- It'd *accept* Amoco white gas, but what it really wanted was good old Sunoco 260. Damn thing'd pass anything on the road but a gas station. Wouldn't mind having my '63 T'bird back either. Thing had the strongest mill Ford made, other than the 406 & Police Interceptor. 4200 lbs of pure lead-sled, but would haul like anything.

    Head Black Frigate keelhauler, boss powder monkey, & troublemaker 1st class.
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    The 54 Chevy I mentioned above.

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    69 Camaro RS/Z28

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    Pipe white whale is now a Dunhill Christmas Pipe 1985

    Car is definetly a 4 door 1967 Chevy Impala with a big block, I already found the engine and rebuilt it, so now to find the car, lol.

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    Impala a la Supernatural? They have a 327 on theirs.

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    What I'd really like is this. Grumman Wildcat.

    These Avengers were used regularly here until a few years ago

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    Impala a la Supernatural? They have a 327 on theirs.

    Nine impalas on the show, the main hero car, or Hero 1, has a 502 BBC pushing 550 HP and is also the only one with factory AC.

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    That is actually funny. It is likely the first time that the 'real' car (bb 502) is bigger than the car represented (327).

    All good though. Hope you find one to put your engine in!

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    I'm fortunate enough to have acquired my "white whales" at an earlier age. Couldn't have done it without my wife, and of course there have been sacrifices that other people may not understand.

    So I have my 55 Belair Sedan, my wife's 55.1 Chevrolet 3100 pickup, my Dunhill, my Taylor guitar and my Nikon. I am a person of my hobbies.

    Dave "Black Frigate Stowaway"
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    A Dunhill 1961 bent shell and a 1981 Kathy Ireland.

    "If you resolve to give up smoking, drinking and sex, you don't actually live longer; it just seems that way."
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    The pipes I crave are the ones I have, but that could change. I have quite a few, so I really enjoy rediscovering each one in turn. Some of the factory pipes are old enough to be distinctive in their own rights.

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    A few years ago, I was mesmerized by a Deusenberg at a local car auction. It wasn't for sale, just to draw car fanciers. A car dealer was auctioning off hundreds of cars from his collection, amazing investment. The Deusy was impeccable, and I spent a long time oogling at its spare but gorgeous interior, its bench sea and beautiful dials, gauges, and levers. But when I got back to my ordinary little four-banger sedan, I realized how extravagantly comfortable it was by comparison. No Deusy but far more aware of the configuration of the human anatomy, not to mention safety.

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    1968 GT500
    1955 Ford Crown Victoria (my grandfather's first car)
    1971 Camaro (Father's first car)

    “A pipe is the fountain of contemplation, the source of pleasure, the companion of the wise; and the man who smokes, thinks like a philosopher and acts like a Samaritan.”
    -Edward George Bulwer-Lytton
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    Pipe wise my white whale is now a Walt Cannoy dark stained suede blast Lovat. I've seen a few with really cool white stems. Didn't have the money for them at the time. Now I do and I can't find them anywhere.

    "The thinking man always smokes a Peterson." -Peterson of Dublin
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    A little smaller than a whale but:

    A week of tarpon on fly!!!

    http://www.tarponcaye.com/fishing/fly-fishing-packages/

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    My first car was a '79 Camaro Z28 I bought from my First Sergeant in the Army. Lots of fun, that was. That began my love/hate relationship with 4 wheeled vehicles. Ten years later, I re-realized my teenage dream of being on 2 wheels.

    I love my Honda Valkyrie but I wish to some day put together an old 70's style "chopper".

    I was inspired by a web guy called Cycle Psycho, who built an XS650 chopper for about 2 grand.

    He even has a decent chronology of the process on his site:

    SITE LINK

    I have a pile of parts in the garage, including the motor, frame, wheels and forks. I just need to gather the knowledge, time, money and confidence to get into it. I could really use a crusty ol' school mentor, to be honest.

    Well, I have another Lotto ticket for tonight, so we'll see...

    Gunner, Black Frigate. Say "Hello" to my little friend!
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    Caterham Seven Sprint, the 80 HP answer from Britain to the vintage craze.
    https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-review/caterham/seven-160/first-drives/2017-caterham-seven-sprint

    Al

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    Mine would be the 1964 Ford Fairlane Thunderbolt!!

    “After some time he felt for his pipe. It was not broken, and that was something. Then he felt for his pouch, and there was some tobacco in it, and that was something more. Then he felt for matches and he could not find any at all, and that shattered his hopes completely.”

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    1971-1972 Ford Ltd like in new condition, another one in the same genre would be Ford Crown Victoria P71 Interceptor 2015

    Paul The Scandinavian'
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    I couldn’t agree more on the 50’s trucks. My daily driver is a 1950 F1 with 3 on the tree, and a flathead V8. Lots of fun to drive. The top of my wishlist right now is a 29-ish roadster pickup. Not as practical as my current truck, but would be fun in the summer months.

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    I forgot that I desperately want a Singer reimagined 911...

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    Bill Nichols

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    Def agree with you on the t'bolt, seitz. That was one kick-@$$ mosheen! Just don't lean on the fenders!

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