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    • Sara Kammeraad

      I have a 1984 D150 Dodge ram Marksman 1000 pickup with a 360 Jasper motor and original rebuilt 727 transmission. Restomod

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    • Jeffrey Ball

      We’re getting ready to do a 40 dodge sedan and putting a 318/727 in it but having trouble locating gauges

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    • Glen Busitzky

      That was my first car. It is still in the family. (Gave it to my nephew, son of the first owner of it in the family, my brother.

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  1. Michael Cerreto

    I have a 1960 Chevy 402 with 4 on the floor…Show us your ride implies a photo…I don’t see an upload link??

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  2. Tim Taylor

    I’ve owned this ’66 Sprint 200, my first car, since April ’81,. It was on display at the Mustang Owners Museum at the Grand Opening in April ’19 through August 9th.
    It has won numerous awards including several Best in Class and Best of Show. It also won the Bill Jones Memorial Award at Mustang Week 2018.

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  3. George Panattoni

    My wife’s 1949 Ford 2 Dr. Sedan 350 with auto trans. ps, pb, new chrome, tinted glass, Frenched headlamps housings. (For Sale)

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  4. David Sonju

    I’ve managed to keep both vehicles in the family. My father-in-law special ordered this truck new. My brother spent over 20 years meticulously restoring this Galaxie

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  5. Robert Bishop

    I have the complete restoration process of our 1924 Ford Model T P/U to share

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  6. drdghill

    1977 Firebird Trans am tribute. Began life as an Esprit but has evolved over the years.

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  7. Gerald Hudson

    I restored this Jensen to participate in Vintage events. It reflects race car technology prevalent in the USA circa 1963-70 with a Corvette 283 and Muncie 4-speed. Racing silver paint with Daytona black trim.

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  8. Mr. Carl M. Dameron

    Here’s a picture of my 1995 jaguar XJ6 171,064 miles ours like a kitten.

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  9. DAVID

    Purchased a year ago with 48000 miles. The car has minimal rust and interior is original. It is a survivor in the true meaning of the word. A great fun car.

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  10. Bernard R Cook

    This is my 70 SS Chevelle fully restored by myself from ground up . 402- M21 4 speed all done original as I could .29 years in the restoration .

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  11. Derek McNamee

    1956 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special, 61,000 original miles, interior is all original, rebuilt numbers matching engine and everything else under the hood. The original paint is under that dark metallic blue paint. Rides like a big cloud.

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  12. Henry Donald

    1970 C10 Suburban. Original LS9 350 4bbl, 350turbo, PS, PB. All 3 seats, aftermarket, period correct A/C. Barn doors. Great daily driver !

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  13. John

    I inherited the Cad when my dad passed in 2000. The odometer show 112,xxx miles. It was semi restored in 1994 and I believe the miles to be true as it runs well!

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  14. Ray Eugenio

    My 2000 C5 Corvette. This September will be one year I have had the pleasure of owning this car.

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  15. Henry D

    1958 Nash Metropolitan. Tube chassis, 350ci. 700R4, coilovers and disc brakes all around, 4 link – 9″ Ford with 325 gears with PT. roughly 400hp. A little car with 8 times the original factory horsepower. Still a project car, but it should be a blast to drive.

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  16. EDMUND CHAMPLIN

    THIS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUR CHILDREN WON’T LET YOU BUILD THE CAR THAT YOU HAVE

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  17. Ray Eugenio

    My 1998 Mustang LX Notchback. I have had her since 2004. Use to be Regatta Blue, but was painted Screaming Yellow in 2017

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  18. Terry C

    1967 Chevelle 300, 20,000 original miles, original paint, original interior, pb,ps,auto, radio. Canadian car. Paint colour ( silver glaze
    metallic ) only used on Canadian Chevelle’s in 1967

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  19. Skip Guarino

    This car is a total body off resto mod. Every nut and bolt has been touched, and no corners were cut. List of parts and upgrades is large and complete.

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  20. Fielding Snow

    My first classic car in over 30 years. It’s great to feel the history of cars when I am out driving this 56. I use this as an everyday driver with no intention of making this a show car and using it on every other Sunday. This car needs to be enjoyed and shared.

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  21. Skip Guarino

    1966 Corvette 427, 4 speed, #’s matching, currently undergoing a face lift. Body stripped to glass, all imperfections addressed, and stock Laguna Blue paint was applied. The car was customized in 1967 with the wheel flares, rear spoiler, 6 tail lights, headlights moved opposite sides of grille. Car is originally from Connecticut and was always a street racer. It was painted metallic purple, and had Purple Haze painted on the sides.

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  22. Keith

    This is a great city car. It catches every eye. Very smooth driving with “free-wheel” shifting and lots of pull from the 2.1litre 6. Gentleman’s Club interior with lots of English Walnut and perfect supple new burgundy leather.

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  23. Keith

    Beautiful! I own a 1948 Rover sedan. There are a few Riley RMA’s in my town. Always happy to see them.

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  24. James Cosco

    This is my 1963 Ford Fairlane Sports Coupe project,…. the car is in excellent condition , no rust anywhere ,( it has been garage kept all of its life)
    The original 221 V-8 has been updated to a rebuilt and modified 302 , the motor is producing approx.340 HP and 350 ft. lbs of torque. The original Fomco 2 speed automatic has been replaced with a T-5 5 speed manual transmission ,.. this is not a race car but is fun to drive. The car has had many upgrades and the process is continuing, next phase is to rebuild the stock 8″ rear end and upgrade to 355 gears and limited slip ( just for fun). Down the road I will do further upgrades such and modern disc power brakes all around and a possible upgrade to a Mustang 2 style front suspension with modern rack & Pinion power Steering

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  25. Peter Newsted

    This is an after market 440 with a 5 speed Tremic Trans and Hoskins suspension

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  26. Tom Finn

    Very rare CA car since new, with practical modification upgrades including a Granada Disc Brake conversion, professionally built 289 Hi Po motor, correctly reupholstered interior, Mercedes fabric convertible top with glass rear window, air conditioning and more.

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  27. Dave Perkins

    In the 60s, while in high school, I owned a 1964 Falcon convertible and always regretted selling her. Last winter, while wintering in Florida, I found my ’64 Comet Caliente convertible (Tweety), which is pretty much the same as my Falcon. We plan to take Tweety toad from Florida every year, and participate in the occasional cruise in.

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  28. rodneyfmontgomery

    I Don’t Have A Website But I Do Have Videos On YouTube Of My 69 Chevelle SS

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    • John Ramsden

      had one of those cars in high school (graduated 68). My girlfriend and I grew up in that car. Still love that thing. Wish I still had it.

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  29. Rick Glerum

    It has an original interior and only 47500 miles on it.
    And drives like a boat…

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  30. MICHAEL J ZIELINSKI

    Last time it was on the road was 1992 when children came into our lives. Now that the kids are grown up it’s time for a frame up restoration.

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  31. Julie A Austad

    I bought this car 9/9/2003 as a replacement for the 1967 Mustang that someone hit while it was parked and totaled it in 1988. She had no insurance. I cashed in a pension of 15 years to use part of the money to purchase the car in 2003. It has a deluxe woodgrain interior with headrests, dual exhaust (X-pipe, Series 40 Flowmasters), Carroll Shelby hand-signed my dash while still alive, a Shelby console with Greenline gauges, Cobra wooden shift handle, Shelby swaybar, Koni front shocks, coil-assist rear shocks, and will soon undergo the transformation on the exterior to a Shelby coupe. Has a 289 4-BBL now, will have a 408 Stroker 4 BBL when done.

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  32. Paul

    My cream colored ’69 cougar has a 351W, 4 bbl carb, dual exhaust, AOD trans and 3.25 posi.

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  33. Mike Howell

    ’73 Camaro 383 c.i. Runs like a beast & sounds like a monster. I love it!!!!

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  34. John Payne

    I restored & built the car & golf cart the car has factory 2X4 carbs & Vintage AC

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  35. michael wheeler

    63 FAIRLANE,2 DR. HDTP WITH LATE MODEL 351W/3SPD AUTO, ON ITS WAY TO BECOME A THUNDERBOLT CLONE

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  36. Peter Dompe

    First time restored 1979 (1964 Jaguar MK2 3.8)…… Am doing it again started 2yrs ago going through everything again all Stock pos grd same colors new interior new engine and trans all new bushings all new rubber

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  37. Rick Mihm

    This is a 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport with custom Pontiac Ram Air engine and Brazen Orange paint!

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  38. Toad1948

    Body & interior in great shape. Mechanically it’s been a money pit. I’ve got more in it than the MSRP and I still need a paint job!

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  39. Steve Lutes

    54 sedan delivery with 383 stroker motor,144 blower With holley striker EFI carb and 4 speed . 2000 Watt auto system with 18 speakers, and air ride suspension

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  40. John McIlnay

    Love the magazine. I volunteer at Wheels ‘O Time museum in Peoria, IL and give my back issues to interested kids. I’m trying to plant the seeds for a new crop of car buffs.

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  41. James Rucker

    The car is all original with 76,000 mile The front wheel has two Caliper on one wheel .

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  42. Gerald Andrews

    This ia my first restoration that im trying to finish one day painted and interior and all the chrome done with fleetline moldings but ive got about 48% of it done from when i first bought it

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  43. John Ramsden

    It’s a 1971 Camaro Frankenstein. Parts from 1970-2002 F bodies, plus tons of custom fabrication, tubular uppers and lowers, coilovers, 383 Stroker, Muncie M20 (AutoGear maincase, steel midlate, Italian gears) 4 Speed, 3.08 posi rear end.

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  44. Brian k Phillips

    I have many upgrades under my 71 LTD’s hood. New Holley carb, aluminum radiator, electric fans, new ignition system, Edelbrock intake, etc…Believe me, this car runs.

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  45. Bill Lopez

    Restoring my impala I’ve owned since 1968 after racing I stored it for 30 years

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  46. woody hieter

    this was my first restoration took me 8 years. It’s all original although it’s a bear to drive. my grandson Jake loves it and wants it when he’s old enough to drive. he’s only 10 years old. I’m sure he’ll change his mind by the time he’s 16.

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  47. woody hieter

    this is my 1965 Corvette I’m almost finished with a 12 year restoration should be driving it by September. she has a 327/365hp with a 4 speed. she really rips.

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  48. Paul Carpenter

    2015 STINGRAY Z51 CONVERTIBLE ALL FACTORY OPTIONS, CUSTOM GRILL, STAINLESS FRONT LIP SPOILER, LIGHT UP WIND BREAKER,REAR CARBON FIBRE SPOILER LIGHTS UP { STINGRAY} WHEN BRAKES ARE APPLIED, TAIL LIGHTS AND BACKUP LIGHTS, REAR VENTS ALL CHROMED., PERFORATED STAINLESS EXHAUST PANEL FIBRE SIDE SKIRTS, CUSTOM UNDER HOOD PANEL

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  49. Louis J. Annino

    It took me twenty years of looking to find this car. I wanted one that hadn’t been restored because I wanted to know what I had to work with. I finally found this one down in Alabama. Six years and a bunch of work and dough later it’s a finished as it’ll ever be. It turns heads whenever it goes out. I’ve even been pulled over so the trooper could have a better look at it. It’s a sweet ride and I love driving it.

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  50. Lou Annino

    It took me twenty years of looking to find this car. I wanted one that hadn’t been restored because I wanted to know what I had to work with. I finally found this one down in Alabama. Six years and a bunch of work and dough later it’s a finished as it’ll ever be. It turns heads whenever it goes out. I’ve even been pulled over so the trooper could have a better look at it. It’s a sweet ride and I love driving it.

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  51. Chris Roughley

    First one is a 1963 EH Holden(GM Australia) station wagon and my current build is a 1947 Ford V8 Pilot.

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  52. Charles Kaszycki

    Family heirloom BBC 454 ci with CCI Dominator Carb 400 Turbo Dana 60 W/ 4.10 Supertrapp 3.5″ Exhaust runs 6.86 with street tires thru the mufflers

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  53. LEIGH BRADSHAW

    AS YOU CAN SEE THIS IS A $ IN PROGRESS or WORK IN PROGRESS – BUT IT HAS HEART AND HERITAGE AND DESERVES A TOTAL FIX-UP.

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  54. Bill Halbrehder

    I have been a Willys guy since 1960 with a stock 1940 . urrently have a ’39 Coupe and a 1936 sedan

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  55. chuck

    i have owned car since 1974 original bolero red car decided to paint a different color nice head turner

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  56. Myron Bredahl

    59 ElCamino. Bought from original owner in 1970. Everyday driver for years. Finally restored and now a toy. Original 283 rebuilt as 59 Corvette.

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  57. ken przybylski

    1948 chevy pickup, pro street streetrod, 427, turbo 400 runs and drives great

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  58. Dave D

    I have owned this car for 48 years. Remodeled houses, raised a family, paid for college for daughter, had vans in the 70’s, 62 Vette, 71 LT1 Vette. The coupe never left the garage. 8 years ago I decided it was finally my time. Boxed the frame and went to work. Ct car, much rust, a lot of body work later, this is the result.

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  59. Mike Kelleher

    49 Chev PU 350 motor 700R4 tranny 4 wheel disc brakes 4 link rear end Mustang 2 front end AC.

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  60. Rick Ross

    Started restoring this 1999 Tahoe in 2013. It’s just about finished. Working on the interior now. It’s a 2dr / 2wheel drive. The last year of this body style.

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  61. Phil Griffith

    1964 Thunderbird, in Family since new. Aunt bought the car new in late 1963. Thunderbird sat outside unused, for many years, before being brought back to life, by my 13 year old grandson. Took 3 years of his hard work, but she is running and attending area car shows. Original engine, transmission, interior; new fuel system, brakes, alternator, water pump, power steering pump,

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  62. David Hollick

    This car has been nicknamed the BEAST because of the power it has. I built this car so I could mount the blower under the hood, instead of protruding through the hood. This hot 57 Chevy, Belair is a car you will love & remember for a long time! Included is a 700 R4 transmission with overdrive, 411 Positraction with Detroit Lockers, Electric cut outs, 4 wheel disc brakes, Power steering, Tilt steering column, Engine compartment show lights, with lots of chrome! Except for the wheels & tires, this car is completely 1957 showroom stock on the exterior.

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  63. Phil Griffith

    First Engine I drove as a new Firefighter in 1970, 3 year restoration project; engine rebuild, paint and chrome work, brake system reworked. Original engine, transmission, pump. Fully functional.

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  64. James V Weyand

    I have a 69 AMX known as “Thumper” , well used , rough and enjoyed for over 40 years. Never will be a show quality car but , it has personality.

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  65. Grunt0331

    Classic Restoration Club is a real asset to us car-nuts…a lot of helpful tips and great articles, etc.. My ’57 is a fun car… a few upgrades over the past 20+ years, including F.I., 700R4, 4-wheel discs, Chevy rally wheels…interior…tinted glass…A/C,…a repaint and some re-chroming. All-in-all, a pretty straight Tri-Five with 76,000 original miles….and a fun car for Saturday night cruise-ins…or a Sunday afternoon drive to the Frosty Shack with friends.

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  66. bobsitz

    One of very few. All numbers matching. 390, 4 Speed, GO-Pac. 65,000 original miles. Multiple year professional restoration.

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  67. ROBERT DILLON

    I HAVE 34 FORD COUPE W/502 BIG BLOCK ENGINE,HEAT & AIR, CRUISE & ELECTRIC WINDOWS

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  68. ROBERT DILLON

    I HAVE A 1950 MERCURY. IT HAS BEEN CHANGED TO A 12 VOLT SYSTEM AND HEAT AND AIR HAS BEED INSTALLED. OTHER THAN THAT THE CAR IS STOCK

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  69. Dennis G

    My 1938 Plymouth with a 1936 front clip. I have a 4.3 V6 with a turbo 350 under the hood sitting in a Nova subframe with a Nova rear.

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  70. Dennis G

    My 1931 Model A replica, all fiberglass. Purchased as a basket case, installed all new wiring, rebuilt Chevy 283 with 350 trans. Straight axle front end, Chevy rear, custom interior, American Racing wheels. Completed in 2018.

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  71. John Newell

    This is the only muscle car ever driven into the former Soviet Union by its original owner, a Croatian escapee. That took some nerve but is typical of the original owners of these cars. Rebel Machines were marketed to a specific niche market who were according to my research, Type A personalities – especially for the Red, White and Blue versions. So the RWB cars were bought by extroverts and the solid colour Machines were bought by introverts. That still holds true today. The introverts mostly don’t like the stripe kit on my Machine but since I’m an original RWB owner and I make the stripes, too bad, so sad. Vince Geraci, AMCs designer said the only reason AMC didn’t offer stripe kits for the other colours of Machines from the factory was because they never thought of it. I think more of these cars would have been sold if they’d put the stripes on the other colours of Machines and even offered them in different colours. Since I make most of the body parts for these and other AMCs (as well as for other obscure 50s to 70s cars) if you find a rusty one, and want to restore it, yes you can still get new parts at rebelmachineparts.com

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  72. Jeff Porter

    My 1969 Camaro with a 383 SB and a Tremec 5 spd. Wanted something that looked different from other 69 Camaros.

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  73. Marty, C

    1961 Rambler American 400 Convertible with 350/350, full frame, Scott’s Hotrods IFS with Aldan Coil over shocks, PS, A/C, four-wheel disk brakes with electric booster, Currie 9″ rear end with 3:73 gears, American racing wheels 195/60/15 fronts and 245/55/16 rears.

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  74. Jim Rudolph

    ’69 RS Camaro with 58k original miles. Replaced number matching (still have) engine with crate 383 stroker and added Foose rims. Total chromed engine compartment, with engraving of its name….”Lucky69″ – Atlanta, GA

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  75. Gary

    Lots of great looking cars on here. People have been doing a lot of work! Thought I’d share mine – which isn’t so pretty… yet…

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  76. Gary Olson

    Bought this car in 1971…finally getting it on the road…excellence takes time (or at least, that’s my excuse for now!)

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  77. Wayne Brunner

    1948 Lincoln Continental. Original V12 engine (last year of production by Ford) with standard 3-speed transmission and overdrive. Bought the car in September of 2016 and have been enjoying driving it since then.

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  78. Alex S.

    I have a 1939 Chevy Sedan all original, needs restoration, 1 owner, been parked for 40 years

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  79. Michael Harrington

    My wife calls it my rust bucket it a 69 firebird w/ a LS3 and a T-56 The funny thing there is no rust!

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  80. Wayne Brunner

    1948 Lincoln Continental. Original V12 engine (last year of production by Ford) with standard 3-speed transmission and overdrive. Bought the car in September of 2016 and have been enjoying driving it since then. The car has an 06H Holley carb on it so I wouldn’t win any drag races but am retired so not in any hurry anyhow. The car has push buttons, from the factory, to open the doors and power windows. The windows were operated by hydraulics but I converted them to electric when the drivers side started leaking a bit.

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  81. Wayne Brandon

    My first Plymouth restoration of the exceedingly rare (as in 4 months of production and no separate numbers) Economy version of the all new steel body Plymouth for 1935. This was Chrysler’s first offering to the fleet car buyers (Taxi’s, Route Salesmen, Police and Fire departments, etc.) It was a hit and Chrysler dominated those markets for many years to come. This is the only operational (Correct drive train & other accoutrements) known to exist with only 6 operational coupes known to be registered. Now owned by a lady in Arizona.

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  82. David

    1938 Chevy Coupe tune port , auto, chassis is chassis engineer frame , very fun to drive

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  83. Kit Carson Verl McCown

    I love driving my car to shows. I also plan on taking it the local children’s hospitals and giving out toy cars from the “Cars” movie. It is a clone restomod built by Petty, so it is and isn’t a real bird.

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  84. JIM OKEN

    1954 CHEVY, ORIGINAL STRAIGHT 6, POWER GLIDE, 48000 MILES, LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME.

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  85. John Forster

    1965 Falcon convertible. 289 V8, 4 spd. 9″ rear. Purchased for $300 when I was 15yo. Am now 60 & still have the car. Looking forward to passing it along to my son when it’s time.

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  86. DAVE

    Going to be a long and arduous journey – but luckily it does start, run & drive – – now got to get it to stop and turn – plus a lot more – – but the fun’s just beginning!

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  87. jimAND ROSE nashwinter

    we have a 67 camaro all steel body;full frame,coilovers;disc brakes,a street racer from Houston;full race car with no cage?previous owner did not want to ruin car;Ran high 8s at houston dragway?Was not allowed a second run without cage;has a fresh 383 stroker and 4 speed now

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  88. Larry Taverna

    tvallin I caught the picture of your yellow 240Z. I am the original owner of HLS30 18094 also a yellow 1971…..31,000 miles since new !!!!

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  89. Derek McNamee

    I have a 1956 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special with 61,000 original miles, numbers matching engine and transmission, original interior, and the original paint is under that dark blue paint.

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  90. Bruce D

    My work in progress,wish I was better in bodywork as she deserves a fine finish to go along with her fine only 67,000 mile interior. I brought her from the east and together we have been fighting cancer and winning! She’s almost ready for the road again after more than 20 years of neglect in some field.

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  91. Lester Modrow

    I Built this 66 Buick Skylark for my wife. It has had a frame off restoration. It has a 340 C.I. with a 4BBL carb. We have been on two Power Tours and we are not afraid to take it anyplace.

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  92. Lester Modrow

    I built this 66 Buick Skylark for my wife. I did a complete frame off and have been on two Hot Rod Power Tours. We really enjoy going to car shows.

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  93. Ivan K Read

    I also have a 88 TOWN CAR,76 MARK IV and a LINCOLN CLUB named CONTINENTAL CRUISERS with 32 members

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  94. Ron Main

    1941 Plymouth 2 dr Sedan, 350 Chevrolet, 350 Turbo Trans, PS, PB, PW, Tilt, AC, Nova Sub-Frame, Nova Rear, Polished American Torque Thrust Wheels, BFG T/A Tires, Good Road Car.

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  95. TERRY BARBEREE

    SMALL BLOCK 400 CHEVY ENGINE AND A TURBO 400 TRANS MUSTANG 2 FRONT SUSPENSION OWNED CAR FOR 37 YEARS

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  96. Timothy Mirabella

    Stunning 1963 Chevrolet Corvette “Split Window” Coupe – The holy grail of Corvettes. I have been the private owner for last 15 years, this car has been meticulous kept and maintained in my private collection – Numbers match 327ci engine, with 4-speed Muncie transmission. This Vette went through a full restoration in 2004, with recent update this year. This Sting Ray has been restored and is in near perfect condition with patina in all the right places. The odometer shows 63,000 authentic miles with no documentation. Trim tag shows rare 932A Saddle Tan Paint and 490N Saddle Interior.

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  97. Gerald Hudson

    This car was built for vintage performance events. It reflects American road racing in the mid sixties. It has a Corvette engine and Muncie four speed with a full cage and two competition seats (so the ride can be shared)

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  98. George Griffin

    1972 Olds Cutlass Supreme. Purchased new, 59,000 miles, 350, 4 b bl, 4 speed Hurst shifter

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  99. Jorge Esquinca

    I have two collectibles. A 1995 Ford Scorpio Cosworth and actually restoring a 1979 Chevrolet Malibu.

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  100. Brad Merritt

    1970 Cuda. Matching numbers 440 “U” code, 4-speed and dana 60 4:10 rear end. Factory Shaker hood, Vinyl top, AM 8-track, Super Trak Pak car. 9 year nut and bolt rotisserie restoration. All work, except paint and body and engine rebuild, done by owner.

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  101. Charles

    1972 Ford Ranchero. I am in the middle of a Coyote swap. I have a few more minor rust areas to fix but she is about ready to get the heart transplant.

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  102. Ron Main

    1941 Plymouth 2 dr Sedan. Powered by a 350 Chevrolet, PS, PB, A/C, a great car to cruise in.

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  103. WILLIAM BURNETT

    WE HAVE A 1953 CHEVROLET BELAIR SPORT COUPE – 305 / 700R4 TRANS / MUSTANG TYPE CLIP RACK AND PINION DISC FRNT /8 IN DIF

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