Nope! Ain't gonna happen! You're too young to remember the "Neon Era", which was in the 70's/80's. That was prime time early 20's for me. There was neon stuff everywhere: T-shirts, double windshield wipers, neon steering wheels, etc There seemed to be 3 primary colors they focused on: Fuchsia(red), Yellow, and Green. Dreadful time to be alive. The yellow looked/looks like a really awful green to me.
One thing I'll have to contend with is the huge amount of RED stuff I have. Gobs of stuff from my Red Baron phase. At least 25 red t-shirts, red hats and jackets, red handled tools, and all sorts of other red stuff. I don't even like red. But they match the car.
I like yellow stuff more, but not by much more.
I used to live at the Jersey shore during the late 70's through the 80's and at the beach you tend to wear bright Summer-colored stuff. Whites, reds, oranges, yellows. My whole wardrobe was those colors. I eventually moved 60 miles back to where I grew up near Philly and I slammed full force into culture shock. NOBODY wore whites, reds, oranges, and yellows. Only black, khaki green, and other dark colors were acceptable for men to wear. But there I was with closets and dressers full of red/orange/yellow pants, jackets, etc. at age 30. I stuck out like a sore thumb. Yet, if I just drove 60 miles to the beach I was Mr. Fashionable. Weird dichotomy between the two regions just an hour's worth of driving apart. I still have a lot of that Summer-colored stuff, but I haven't worn most of it in 30 years.
Woo-hoo, I'm going to have a yellow car, I'll be able to whip out all my yellow clothes again!
Alas, most of that stuff doesn't fit me anymore......
I've worn jeans and dark blue/denim mechanic clothes for the past 30 years. Got lots of that stuff. Hmmmm.......maybe I should paint the car to look like denim jeans?
WA license B97581T. 1999 F350 turbo deisel taken right out of my driveway on Friday night Sat morning early. Lifted, flared, tinted, Excursion grill. Federal Way, WA area is really a slime pit of sorry individuals who have never learned to keep their hands off of things that don't belong to...
Just in case someone missed it, I added more info and pics of the GT's in Canton, Ohio. I talked to the tow driver at length and he would really like someone to save them. The pics and comments have been added to the for sale ad Gary had posted earlier.
I came across a picture showing a unique solution to a problem I had back in the late 80's, when two different worlds came together. LOL If you're 6'5",long legged and have an 83 Ranger with a red bench seat and need some more leg room, what is the solution? Well with some red GT seats and a...
TLDR: boiled shift knob and put a beer tap on. Looks cool.
I read on this forum that changing a shifter knob is alot of work. To me it was easy. I stuck it in a pan of water and when it started to boil I gently put the knob in the vice and the knob slid right off..
To be fair I had a spare...