Favorite car

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  1. Bullitt69

    Bullitt69 New Member

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  2. nickndfl

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    1990 Cadillac. Rides like a Cadillac.
     

  3. jeeper1

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    There isn't a car made that I like.
    Pickups and some vans I like.
     
  4. DoubleR

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    1971 Chevelle convertible
     
  5. threetango

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    DoubleR Active Member

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    Oh yes please!!!!!!
     
  7. havasu

    havasu In the army now..

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    My fat arse and bad knees won't allow me to enjoy them small mini-muscle cars.

    My favorite was the '66 Chevelle SS with the big block. Now I drive an old man's Lexus SUV. Zoom-Zoom!
     
  8. spikedriver

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    I regularly drive 10 hours or more for work. The low slung sports cars just don't cut it for long drives. I've got a Buick Lesabre that makes long drives feel like sitting in your La-Z-Boy at home. No, it ain't nothing special, but I'm gonna cry when it gives up the ghost. I don't think anybody makes a car like it anymore.
     
  9. buster40c

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    I guess that question the favorites would have to be divided into a few categories of cars.
    Muscle car- 1970 Z-28 4spd 350cu 370hp.
    Touring - 1985 Olds 98 loaded plush and gas miser to boot.
    Sports car- 1989 Corvette roadster.
     
  10. Tommycourt

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    I am finally down to 3 cars from 6. I have 2 Model A Fords, one is a 1930 pick-up and the other is a 1930 Ford Deluxe coupe w/rumbleseat. The last car which I did some trading on is a 1979 Lincoln Mark V Cartier which is all original w/92k miles. The only features this car doesn't have is the adjustable lumbar and the CB radio hook-up which was a $110.00 option. With a 400 motor gas mileage isn't the best (about 14-15 highway) and I never checked it in town. I got it from an 80 yr. old man who decided to quit driving. I can honestly say, it will be my last car that I buy. After 50 yrs. of building hot rods, race cars and restorations, I am tired of working on cars. What used to be fun is now work. I had my share of muscle cars and for a long time I was a Mopar nut but that is all over. I get in the Lincoln and set the cruise @65 and sit back and relax. Best of all, my back doesn't hurt getting in and out of a car for the first time in almost 8 years.

    Tommy
     
  11. buster40c

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    ^^^ I agree my working on cars isn't so much fun anymore. That's why I sold the cars and got into guns.
     
  12. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    My favorite ride from 1979... ( Had this baby garage kept for every year of the 25 I owned her...)

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    Camaro Z28 4-speed / Small-Block V8 350 / Rochester M4MC 4-barrel; dual exhaust

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  13. Bullitt69

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    You traded the shelby for what now? How could you?
     
  14. threetango

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    Let me stack them.
    Before the Shelby.

    2006 300C SRT

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    2009 Challenger SRT

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    2010 Charger SRT

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    Then the Shelby and did a complete 180 and traded it in May 2015 title for title at the dealership for a 2015 Lincoln MKZ 4 cyl turbo. :duck:
    33mpg and a comfortable ride.

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  15. havasu

    havasu In the army now..

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    Some really nice rides you got!
     
  16. Bullitt69

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    Equally as impressive as the 68" Mustang GT.
     

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