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  • dont know much about cars since ive never had one
  • 67 Charger R/T Both
  • Bugatti Royale
    • Roaring
      Just looked it up. Interesting and rare car designed to one-up the Rolls Royce. A new one to me. Thanks
  • I know little about cars, but one of my past lovers wrote a novel that involved a 1933 Deusenberg "SJ Speedstrer" convertible. It sounds fascinating.
    • Roaring
      Didn't realize it at the time but when i was a kid, influenced by my older brothers best friend, would draw many of the features of this car: The pipes, elongated body, protruding wheel wells etc Another new one for me, thanks
  • Triumph TR3
    • Roaring
      That car looks like a whole lotta fun!
    • Thinker
      It is. I drove one once back in the 1950s. One really great car to drive.
  • I used to have a 69 Chevelle, so that, 68 Cougar, 67 Cougar, 72 El Camino, and a 69 Camaro and Firebird.
  • Its too hard for me to choose! Mostly it would be the sporty muscle cars of the late 60's, for both style and performance. But any restored car older than that I find noteworthy simply because something so old is still around and loved and appreciated enough someone invested in restoring it.
  • Lamborghini Miura, I don't think there's ever been a better looking car.
  • its only a car get this classic crap out of your head, once its old and worn out recycle it. Vf commodore chevy SS as known in America
  • The Batmobile. I mean: the original TV series Batmobile. LOVE fins on cars. Another thing I love, though, are those hidden (covered) wheel wells. I've also always loved the Testarossa shape. If we're talking production cars... I'm going to go out on a limb and say that my favorite is this baby https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=1948+Cadillac+Series+62+Club+Coupe&form=HDRSC2&first=1&tsc=ImageBasicHover though I'm not crazy about the view from the back.
  • 1957 chevy 1/2 ton pickup truck is mine, although I'm also very fond of the 1960 to 1963 chevy trucks too.
  • Corvette

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