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I Need A New Name! (Fundraiser for Canadian Poncho)


StratoFaster...........

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In all seriousness

How about  "Strato-poster" or even Strato-Post"

Because your car is a "post" and your number of postings on Canadian poncho have reached stratosphere levels.

Depending on how you want to pronounce it,  it could also be "Strato-postor" as in strato-Impostor.   you BB faker.biggrin



-- Edited by beaumontguru on Friday 15th of March 2019 08:50:36 PM

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I'm actually currently considering L36_M20_Strato

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

I'm actually currently considering L36_M20_Strato


 no, really?



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Boy....how much room do you guys have on your plate? 4spd427 Young guys will think.....suuuure Grampas car. 



-- Edited by hawkeye5766 on Saturday 16th of March 2019 02:07:56 AM

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cdnpont wrote:
Carl Stevenson wrote:

I'm actually currently considering L36_M20_Strato


 no, really?


 Very few would get it!



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I'll sell you Pontiacanada for a $25.00 donation.



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hawkeye5766 wrote:

Boy....how much room do you guys have on your plate? 4spd427 Young guys will think.....suuuure Grampas car. 



-- Edited by hawkeye5766 on Saturday 16th of March 2019 02:07:56 AM



No, this is for my user name here.

And that is exactly the plate I was going to buy until Fake_66 arrived in the mail one day from the "anonymous admirer".....!

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MC wrote:

Hmmm...

Big Block Plucker?





LOL, good one but not enough people would get it!

And I have to admit, it almost felt wrong to pull out a small block and put a big block into a B body....

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Carl Stevenson wrote:
MC wrote:

 

Hmmm...

Big Block Plucker?

 



 



LOL, good one but not enough people would get it!

And I have to admit, it almost felt wrong to pull out a small block and put a big block into a B body....


 LOL!  This is your first step to redemption!  biggrin



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I will take one more crack at it, but this could go on for weeks!

427 Stratocaster

A model of the Fender quitar is also known as a Stratocaster. All the great guitar players played Stratocasters. Developed in 1954 by Fender (and a bunch of other names) it is like a fine wine. All the right ingredients, the 66 Strato has fenders, has been cast into something different than it was originally was (427 and a 4 spd) and has time on its side like you. And the 66 Strato can play a great tune once you are peeling the rubber off your tires, shifting through the gears which will be music to your ears!

Are you a great quitar player? I don't know but you are a Great Supporter of CP who is touching the upper echelons of posting, where in about 1.5 years from now your number of posts will be in equalibium with the Strato's original mileage of 43,000 and change!

427 Stratocaster



-- Edited by 68 Grande on Saturday 16th of March 2019 08:05:53 AM

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Sorry, not a musical bone in my body! My idea of music is dual exhaust on a big block!

I know I'd like to have "Strato" and "427" in the name but I still can't quite come up with the winner.

Great suggestions and keep them coming. There's been so many suggestions that I'm going to make the donation to the site anyway when this is all done.

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How about Jet Flame 427 4 Speed 66 Strato Fake???

Too short??? biggrin

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

How about Jet Flame 427 4 Speed 66 Strato Fake???

Too short??? biggrin


 

Yes, too short.  Plus, it sounds a bit "Fake"  lol

 



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Hello Carl, I don't like "fake" or "cheater" seems to lessen it for me....How about..... 427 Route 66...as in a location... regards Terry (4 speed)



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StratoFaster427 or 427StratoFaster

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Im keeping my eye on this one. I dont have anything constructive to suggest, which is part of the reason I havent come up with anything clever for myself!

But now that I think about it, Carl has expertise in every aspect of our Canadian Pontiac world, or cars in general.

How about Professor Poncho!



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