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  1. OWEN A PRIMAVERA

    Was your 65 ever resister New Jersey ? Did ground up on her in 1977/1979. My kid born 1980 sold vett. in 1985 her long legs in the baby seat between mom and dad and shifter got a little crowded.

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  2. Adrian Whittemore

    The Daimler Limousine was the last of the coach built Limousines – favoured by European royalty.
    These were powered by the straight 6 XK engine that was used in Jaguar and Daimler cars from the 50s through to the 90s – probably most famously in E types (Jaguar XKE), mated to a GM400 auto transmission/
    After this Limousines were just stretched versions of ordinary cars such as Mercedes, Jaguar, Volvo, Cadillac or Lincoln.

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  3. Roger Ortiz Jr.

    My project is a 1970 numbers matching Monte Carlo,a two owner survivor ready for paint and body

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  4. Donald Crim

    1983 Hurst Olds with all original paint and interior.. replaced the 307 with a built 455

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  5. Gerald Whitaker

    Got the first compact ford ranger long wheel base. Installed 89 2.9 liter v6 with many new parts. Restoration not complete. AT stopping point now due to MONEY!

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  6. Dale

    I bought this car in 2007 with 8000miles on it. It was quite nice but needed restoration which was completed by my friend John over a year and a half, with minor body work fresh paint, a new Legendary Interior, and a motor transplant. The chassis is mostly original ‘cept for the spring. I have it documented from the day of production and just enjoy owning this car so much!

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  7. Dale Hamill

    This car was the REAL BARN FIND. It had 8000 miles on it in 2007 and was really quite nice. I drove it for five years before doing minor body work, paint and a Legendary Interior.

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    • Dale Hamill

      This car was a REAL BARNFIND. I bought it in 2007 with 8000mies on it. I drove it for five years and then my friend John completed the minor body work and paint and a legendary Interior. The production numbers and sale of the car are documented back to the factory day of origin.

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  8. David C

    1966 Mustang Vinyl Top C4 Trans. Nightmist Blue with a metallic added to paint. An true Tasca Ford car with original receipts.

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  9. Mike Salata

    Purchased this car as a roller, built a 385 ci stroked small block 350 turbo w/ shift kit and 3500 stall , Ford 9 in. and 355 gears , not a show car , just a neat little street cruiser

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  10. FERNANDO MERINO ANGULO

    ’94 Mitsubishi galant, have had it for 11 years now, it is my daily driver!

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  11. Steve Schwer

    This is our 1960 Morris Minor, in 1957 my parents bought a model just like this and my mom, sister and I left Whittier CA for Niagara Falls. I was driving it in high school when I met my future wife and we have been looking off and for many years.

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  12. joe kirkpatrick

    bought this 1968 el camino for 4000. for my wifes 60 birthday after ten years and lots of money she now has a show car that we have taken hot august nights and many more. love it

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  13. mike welch

    71 firebird. ram air, HOK wild cherry candy paint, 93k origiginal miles , numbers matching drive train.

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  14. Elton Murray

    1963 Thunderbird, 1957 Thunderbird ( rare 3-speed ), and 1954 Oldsmobile Super 88. I have had them for 45 years.

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  15. Chuck Moss

    I am the 3rd owner of this 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air. Purchased in 2015. I got married in December 1958. The first car we purchased in January 1959 was a 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air. Had been looking for a 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air for quite a while.

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  16. ron fitzgerald

    1966 Ford Galaxie 500. Shaved door handles & mirrors. Original built 390 ci FE motor, 9″ 3:83 Detroit/Eaton Tru-trac rear end with launch control (for cool burnouts). Stumbled on it a mile from my house – guy just got home from the Woodward Ave cruise put a for sale sign in it for 5 minutes while relaxing in a lawn chair with his girl friend as I drove by. Next day I saw him and asked about it and he says how did you know it was for sale? Sign was in the car for 5 minutes as a joke. Rest is history.

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  17. Donny

    1985 Z28 Camaro been in the family since 1989 I acquired it from my Mother in 2005 an now its sentimental even more since her passing in 2017 I been wanting to finish restoren it but everything else got in the way but plan to start getting the new stuff I got mapped out for it real soon ,brakes an lines been done some stuff already needs redone like tune up an I replaced the fuel pump in the last 4or5 years

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  18. Ron M.

    I was driving a 59 Fairlane convertible back in 1965 when I first met my wife, so this car holds a special place in my heart.

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  19. Carlos Linares

    It’s 1972 Chevy C20 with original 350 and TH 400 transmission Rear diff 3.73 gears

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  20. Ronald Grigg

    1969 Chevelle, 468BBC, TH 400 w/ B&M Clutches , 12 bolt posi. New UMI Stage IV Suspension, Disc brakes all around.

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  21. Roger

    I always loved Chevelles and El Caminos.Never thought I would own her. Hey guys,it pays to stop and ask

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  22. Michael DeSantis

    My 1980 cutlass supreme brougham… getting ready to hit the streets of AZ… Work in progress, but almost done! 2 years project from rust to shine, top to bottom!

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  23. Harald Weldon

    1983 EL Camino SS modified with Corvette 355 TPI 700R4, and 3.73 rear end.

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  24. Greg R Smith

    1949 Dodge Pilot House. Chevy front clip with Target 350, auto, PS/PB Vintage Air and all steel no bondo or patches and YES it is used as a truck. Feed and supplies for the ranch are picked up 1-2 times each week. Gotta love these old trucks

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  25. Alan Fraser

    A long time ago, when I was single I had a TR 3. I was at an auction looking for some equipment and this little redhead caught my attention. Put a bid on her which I thought was about 1/3 the value & now she has me working on her in my spare time!

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  26. Kenny Matheis

    Slow build.1967 c10 shortbox stepside.sbc 377 roller,700R4,12bolt 4:56. Lowered,4.5″front and 5″outback. Its been intresting build.

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  27. Ross Austin

    1966 Mercury Montclair hardtop two door with a 410 4v heads has only 96 thousand miles on the clock

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  28. Ross Austin

    1966 Mercury Montclair hardtop has a 410 4 V heads only has 96thousand miles on the clock

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  29. Dale Hamill

    This is Canadian Strato Chief. Thecar has 22,000 miles on it. It had 8000 in 2007 when i got it from a farm yard auction.

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  30. Matt Willoughby

    Custom 56 Studebaker Pinehurst wagon with Olds 442 running gear

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  31. Rick Hallmark

    1940 Chevy Coupe. All steel and beautiful Red paint. Great driver with 19k miles.

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  32. John Hill

    I’ve owned my 69 Chevelle for 20 years has a 408 big block with a t-400 & 12 bolt pozi

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  33. Matti Halla

    My grand old lady is Plymouth Bussines Coupe 1946 fully original. Did not sucseed to drag the image into this page.
    I am sending this from Helsinki Finland and she is also lockated in here.

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  34. R.L. Ferari

    Bella is a clone of firs car in high school. Her stable mates are a 82 308GTSi and a 71 911S

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  35. Thomas Leupold

    This 1986 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VILLE is my first Cadillac as well as my first classic car!

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