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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Templar, Jan 7, 2017.
Good luck finding one with the split window! That is a holy grail car if there ever was one.
My kind of thread.... I am an all in late 60's to early 70's Mopar guy. My weekend cruiser is a 71 340 Dodge Dart Swinger.
Gotta go out west. I have a 66 hardtop now. Now that there has been snow, it's in the garage for the winter. No rust, and I want to keep it that way.
My first car.
My pick would be a 1950's Mercedes 300SL Gullwing. Or a Talbot Lago.
^^This x a million^^
Had a friend in HS that had a Sunbeam Alpine that I loved.
I loved the mid 60s Chevy II.
I'm not sure why these weren't more popular.
Speaking of Studebakers - the '63 Avanti:
1960 Buick Lesabre
The same guy who designed the Corvette Stingray designed the GM Opel GT. We use to call them Mini- Vettes.
They always reminded me of 'Vettes; I never knew their was an actual connection!
That's like a pseudo-Batmobile!
I always liked the looks of the 71-73 Mustang Fastbacks. Second would be 67-68 Pontiac Firebirds. Third would be the Vokswagen Thing. Always dug 'em.
My parents had this car when I was born. It was all red though, not a 2-tone. One of the nicest Fords ever!
Edit: I love 2 door wagons.
Early 80s Chevy Silverado. My family was pretty much poor in the 70s. We had one GranTorino station wagon and my father drove it to work. So my siblings and mother and I walked everywhere. In '79 my father got a job at a papermill in maintenance and that, to our family, was like winning the lottery. In late 1980 he pulled into the yard in something similar to this.
It was one of many signs that things were getting better financially for my family. To this day I can't help but smile when I see one. I am actually trying to find one to ride around in as a beater just for fun.
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