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 That is one fine ass. Let’s see some beautiful cars. 

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That isn’t chrome. It’s paint. 

 

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The 1956 Lincoln Mark II. This is one of the most beautiful and distinctive cars made in the fifties, IMO. 

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11 minutes ago, Eric said:

 That is one fine ass. Let’s see some beautiful cars. 

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Reminds me of the Excalibur my uncle owned back in the late 80s.

 

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Just now, Bow Commander said:

My 64 C10. 

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Very nice, man! I love that body style. 

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Not as pretty as some up above. But a classic nonetheless.

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Just now, crockett said:

 

 

Reminds me of the Excalibur my uncle owned back in the late 80s.

 

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I’ve been around and ridden in several Excaliburs. They were an interesting car. They were fashioned after a mid ‘30s Mercedes. I believe they were only available as a turn-key vehicle. 

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COPO, baby!

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One of my favorite roadsters. This is a 1954 Nash Healey. 

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Gotta love the Cherry 2000 Mustang!

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1 minute ago, Eric said:

I’ve been around and ridden in several Excaliburs. They were an interesting car. They were fashioned after a mid ‘30s Mercedes. I believe they were only available as a turn-key vehicle. 

 

That sounds about right. I recall that they used a Corvette engine. When my uncles was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor, my parents had to auction it off on an automobile expo, in order to pay for medical treatment. Sad times.

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A TVR Cerbera. Very cool Brit sports car. Very fast. 

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Posted (edited)

Not quite the same category as others posted here but it was mine.

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There are a bunch of rather new cars that I "like", but only one that I call a 100% hit ever since I was a kid. The F40 LM.

This one is for sale. $3.1M.

 

 

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Just now, crockett said:

There are a bunch of rather new cars that I "like", but only one that I call a 100% hit ever since I was a kid. The F40 LM.

This one is for sale. $3.1M.

 

 

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I’ve been beside one of those while it’s engine was being revved inside a building. The world was comprised of nothing but sound for a while. It was intense. 

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My favorite Porsche. Not kidding. These things are like street-legal gocarts. 

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A Shooting Brake Triumph TR-6. Sweet. 

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