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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Templar, Jan 7, 2017.
I'm not a big car guy, but any '56 or '57 Chevy or muscle car turns my head.
The kid's better at parallel parking than me...much better...
Oldsmobile F88 Mk III
In January 1930, Cadillac debuted it's
V16 Madame X car named for a theatrical version
of a 1920's film seen by Harley Earl while
designing the body. The sedan featured a
retractable landau top above the rear seat.
Ford Escort Mexico
Thats a beauty, too bad it was sent to the crusher as many of these were. The black hawk museum in California owns most of whats left of the concept cars that were spared in large part thanks to Harley Earl
My brother sent me a movie of our cousin visiting in his dad's Saab '93.
It's need to get a some driving now and then.
Brings me back to my kid's days, when some cars still had two stroke engines.
To me it's iconic.
1970s: Holden Torana SL/R 5000 A9X.
Put an enormous engine in a small, light, well-handling package, and you've got the dominant racing car of its era in Australia.
Tatra 603...one heck of a fine vehicle IMO/IME.
Why should he, there were 90 witnesses rendering assistance and shooting video. He'd just clog the road for emergency vehicles.
He was about the second or third person on the scene, would have been nice to stop and see if anyone needed help.
Some footage of a drive with it.
"Honey, are you done mowing already???"
I spied this parked on Main St. in Center City, CO this past Wednesday.
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