Classic Car Member Rides

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1967 Camaro SS Convertible

I purchased this 1967 Camaro SS Convertible from a friend that wasn’t doing anything with it and it seemed like a shame to let such a great car just sit. Now, some 10 years later I still haven’t done anything with it either. The car is an original big block SS Camaro, and I have…

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1962 Chevrolet Bel Air

I have owned my 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air for about 18 years. Since purchasing it, I have made it a cruiser and powered it with a 1986 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Tuned Port Injected engine and backed it up with a 700r4 automatic/overdrive transmission. I had a friend who could paint and he expertly applied several…

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1966 Mercury Comet Caliente

Here’s a picture of my 1966 Mercury Comet Caliente Convertible that I affectionately call “Lil’ Brown Sugar”. It’s powered by its original 298 cubic inch engine and boasts both power steering and power brakes. This great ride has a super solid and straight body and has had one re-paint year ago. The car was originally…

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1969 Ranchero GT

This is my 1969 Ranchero GT. This little truck is powered by a 428 cubic inch Cobra Jet engine, equipped with RAM Air and backed up with a C6 automatic transmission. According to the Marti Report on this truck it is only 1 of 101 with this potent engine and transmission package. I am only…

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1955 Cadillac Coupe DeVille

Hi, from down under, I live in Perth Western Australia, and here is a photo of my 1955 Cadillac Coupe De Ville that I imported all the way from Morrow Bay, West Coast California USA on a recent trip. This Caddy had only travelled 69,000 miles and was in great condition. The only work necessary…

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1948 Lincoln Continental

I purchased my 1948 Lincoln Continental about 2 1/2 years ago. It is powered by an awesome V12 flathead, 292 cubic inch engine, and has distinctive looks unlike any other car of the era. These were chiefly known as hand-built luxury cars in a time when mass produced cars were commonplace. Only 848 total ’48…

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1937 Plymouth Coupe

A couple of years ago I had to sell my 48 Plymouth coupe due to some family issues and have been without a car since. I started talking about finding something to build and even though I have always built my own cars, my wife started in that I don’t really have a place to…

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1949 Dodge Coronet

I just bought my 1949 Dodge Coronet for my 70th birthday. Maybe the Coronet and I were born the same day. It’s painted in St. Patrick’s Day green, and is a one-owner car. I purchased the car from a friend, whose dad owned a grocery store and bought it brand new 70 years ago. The…

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1967 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible

I bought my 1967 Impala SS convertible, while attending the Turkey Run at the Daytona Speedway in 2002. Its bright red finish caught my eye and I knew I had to take it home. It is powered by a 327 cubic inch, 275 horsepower small block Chevrolet engine, and is backed up by a Powerglide…

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1967 VW Type 3 Fastback

In the early 1960’s my father owned a couple Volkswagen beetles. Him being 6’2”, it was probably a matter of cost over comfort. In 1967 while coming home from my grandparents farm in rural North Dakota, we hit a cow and totaled our 1965 Beetle. My father used that insurance money to purchase a new…

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