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    Classic cars

    What is your favorite classic car? I like the 1977-1980 Pontiac Trans-Am Formula 1 Firebird. Bandit edition.
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    I've always been partial to the British roadsters of the mid to late 60's through the 70's. Any MG's (Spitfire), ooh, the Aston Martin DB6 (Bond...James Bond) and DB7 just to name a few...But if you are talking American Muscle, I am partial to the Camaro's of the late 70's. But, when all is said and done, the Cobra is king (IMO).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight-mare View Post
    What is your favorite classic car? I like the 1977-1980 Pontiac Trans-Am Formula 1 Firebird. Bandit edition.
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    Actually, a friend of mine had a '78 of above, although it was white, not black...That thing was a beast!
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    1955 T-Bird

    1965 GTO

    1965 Shelby Mustang GT350


    OMG... I forgot about this one...
    1967 Austin Healy 3000
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    Paul, thanks for posting that car porn...I am now sure to have sweet dreams of the open road...:spin2:
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    1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air Coupe. All original equipment. Painted Kelly Green and Ivory with the big white sidewalls.
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    Corvette Sting-Rays and are also some fast and mean set of wheels.
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    Re: Classic cars

    The 1970 hemi-cuda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howdy View Post
    The 1970 hemi-cuda.
    1957 Chevy convertible

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    I love my classic Mustangs not really particular on year....they are all hot. Roadrunners are up there too.
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    1969 corvette stingray

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    1957 Chevy convertible

    I will take the 55 over the 57. Though both cool cars. Oh and the Chevy Nomad, now that was a cool car. Perfect for going surfing, if I only knew how to surf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jigglepete View Post
    I've always been partial to the British roadsters of the mid to late 60's through the 70's. Any MG's (Spitfire), ooh, the Aston Martin DB6 (Bond...James Bond) and DB7 just to name a few...But if you are talking American Muscle, I am partial to the Camaro's of the late 70's. But, when all is said and done, the Cobra is king (IMO).
    I actually owned a dark green spitfire convertible/hardtop..neat roadster but really a piece of junk as far as quality went. Favorite American made was ford mustang...owned a 66 powder blue mustang
    The Shelby Charger wasn't bad either



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    Quote Originally Posted by peregrine View Post
    I actually owned a dark green spitfire convertible/hardtop..neat roadster but really a piece of junk as far as quality went. Favorite American made was ford mustang...owned a 66 powder blue mustang
    The Shelby Charger wasn't bad either



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    My second all time favorite. The Lotus


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    Ha... I have no any idea about Russian cars... Our cars are the shit on the wheels...


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    Re: Classic cars

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Timer View Post
    1957 Chevy convertible

    Yeah, that's cool! A near relative of the '56 Bel-2 doorAir Coupe. I;ve seen this one all cardinal red, muted chrome side splash panels and all white Naugyhide interioe upolstery.
    O yeah - a set of "fuzzy-dice" hanging from the rear view mirror.
    Hey... they wwill never make any like these mid-50' car again.
    Either size, looks or quality.
    The one you have shown, if the owner takes good care of it and passes it on to others that will do the same, in, say 100 years the thing will probably bring over a million bucks.
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