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  1. Bill Zeromski

    440 SIXPACK in rare Mid-Year color, EL5 Butterscotch(Dodge) Bahama Yellow (Plymouth)Torqueflite auto trans,turned into a cruiser w/ 3:23 Sure-Grip (4:10 standard on all A-12 cars)Went to white face gauges when restoring for better visibility.Added Redline Radials for better drivability.

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  2. Everett Wilkins

    Great looking Buick! Hardly ever see a 58, and one in that shape, even rarer.

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  3. JIM MOORE

    I have a 1972 MG Midget with 38883 original miles on the car. I will be doing a full restoration on this car.

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  4. John E Schultz

    48 Chevy , 350 engine & trams, A/C, 4 wheel disc brakes, P/W, pinstriping. Like the 48 I had in high school in 1957.

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  5. Richard

    My Brother and I restored my 1972 RR , I have 300 miles on the car now. I bought this RR when I was 19 yrs old. I’m the original owner. There’s only 80,000 miles on the car. Greatest car I’ve ever had !😎

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  6. Lonnie McIntyre

    1955 Chevy Belair 2 dr. post. G.M. crate 383 stroker, fuel injection, MSD electronic ignition. Vintage Air, power steering, tilt telescopic steering wheel, power windows. Great ride.

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  7. Jerry Courtney

    In 1964 ,just marrioed,I needed transportation.(cheap) I bought a 1955 Checy 2 dr. bad engine, raged interior, rusty, dented body. Started my project 1 piece at a time. final…Dents removed , Bel Air chrome, naugahide headliner&interior.built and installed a 348 tri power and used the 3 speed /overdrive). Kept it until 1966. Traded it in for a 1966 Mercury S55. …That old Chevy shamed a bunch ol the 390 Fords.

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  8. TonyC

    I just love cruising the feeling of power and sound from my Riv. Others also love it.

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  9. Tony Moller

    A 7 year restoration of my Dad’s 72 Cutlass Supreme, done in his memory ! He purchased it in 1980 as a Summer cruiser in Maine till he passed in 1998. I recieved the car and spent seven years 2005 to 2012 restoring it in his memory. Custom Viking blue exterior with hand laid Hurst stripres. Original 350 V-8 3 speed TH350 console shift Automatic transmission, Dual exhaust. White Strato bucket seat interior with white convertible top. Origianl optioned wirh power windows and top.Multiple National and OCA and local show winner.

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  10. Vic BC

    After 23 years of being abandoned, it was restored to it´s present condition (95% plus ) original and has already won several trophies in local car shows. It has been to the track twice. It´s a fun car to drive, not a pampered car but a driver´s joy.

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  11. theo L bensend

    ’69 Plymouth Road Runner, 383 CID, Torqueflite auto, Flowmasters and 432 Stroker is being built. ETA 7/20

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  12. Bjornar H. - Norway

    Look for door L and R / S for Chev.Monza station wagon. My cars are the ’66 Mustang, the Essex 1929 Challenger, and the Essex 1927

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  13. JIM

    48000 ORIGINAL MILES, STRAIGHT 6, POWERGLIDE TRANS, FOR SALE, ASKING $16,000, LOCATED IN ILLINOIS.
    MORE PHOTOS AVAILABLE

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  14. bhu kukadia

    i have a couple nice rides, 1) 1977 corvette with a 383 stroker, 2) 1972 buick riviera GS 455

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  15. Bob Magee

    My 1940 Ford Convertible project, channelled 6″ in the front and 11″ in the rear

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  16. Alex G

    The interior of this brougham edition was very tastefully choosen the velor material covering the seats makes want to ride

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  17. John Derksen

    1986 Jeep CJ7 With Chev 350 4 sp manual, 36″ tires, magniflow exhaust

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  18. John Tyrrell

    1959 Corvette full body off restoration back to how it exited the factory in November 1959.

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  19. Dennis Lynde

    Owned since 2002, all matching numbers, 289, 4 speed, Air, stereo, 4 barrel, electronic ignition, great condition, driven, not a trailer queen. Great ride.

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  20. Greg

    The SSR was the only new car I’ve purchased from a dealer, my mid-life crisis car when turning 50. Who knew that turning 60 would inspire another mid-life crisis car? That time a classic C3, the final year of that model. Everybody needs a hobby!

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  21. Jake Kaywell

    I have myself a 1962 Studebaker GT Hawk as my first car. Although my first experience with a classic car was with an Austin-Healey, I fell in love with this grand old gal!

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  22. Gary Ellison

    1978 Corvette Indy Pace Car. 43,500 original miles. A numbers matching car. L82 Automatic.

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  23. Steve B

    39 ford fordor, 2007 5.3 with 1800 miles on it. Highly modified s-10 frame. Body channelled 5″ .

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  24. Mastoffa

    1966 impala, drop spindles and disc brakes in front, 700r4 transmission and a 327 v8

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  25. Kenneth R Culbertson

    Thank you for allowing me to put my pictures on your website

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  26. Laurie Magree

    Still going strong. Next club sanctioned run. Yatala famous for its pies to Main Beach Surfers Paradise South East Queensland. Friday for a cruising 100klm round trip interrupted by Fish and Chips at the beach.

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  27. Bill Bobbitt

    I have a 57 Ford custom 300. 5.0 fuel injection, aod, 4 wheel disc brakes, tilt wheel, a/c, 5spoke 17 inch wheels.custom autosound stereo.

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  28. Clayton Corsi

    the first car that i drove also at 13, it was two tone white over yellow, 2 door post car

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  29. Chris Roughley

    My 1947 Ford Pilot a 7 year complete body off, chassis up rebuild into a resto rod.

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  30. John

    My 1954 English Ford Zephyr, cam’d, headers, triple 1.75 SU carbs, highway diff, overdrive manual transmission

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  31. Randall L Kelly

    I have two 54 F100s, the one in the photo and a White one being juiced up with a Mustang II IFS, 9″ rear, and a 302 on a C4. The Red one is stock and delivered from Ford with only the plans for the bed. The truck was for delivering bundles of newspapers for delivery Boys Newspaper routes.

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  32. Roger Howe

    This is still a work in progress, but I am very close to cranking it up and actually driving it out of the shop. The interior still needs to be completed but all of the upholstery is done and just needs to be installed. I am very pleased as to how the paint turned out since this is the first one I’ve tried painting myself. Go Packard!!

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  33. Randy

    1967 Mustang GT 390 4sp Fastback. Great restoration project and really enjoyed the journey, meeting new friends and all their help with completing the car

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  34. LONNIE McINTYRE

    1955 Chevy Belair, 2 door post. GM crate engine 383 Stroker w/ fuel injection, MSD electronic ignition, Vintage A/C, CPP power steering, front disc brakes.

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  35. Bob Brumbaugh

    This has Buick engine and transmission with Dakota Digital Dash, Cadillac seats.

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  36. Jim Forkin

    My 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe I built originally as a drag car in 1969 then in 1992 turned into a street rod with a milder engine. 337 chevy with all chevy driveline, custom interior and gauges.

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  37. Rodney Osborne

    HELLO FROM DOWNUNDER, PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, I’M ALSO A BIG FAN OF CADILLACS AND HAPPEN TO OWN A 1955 CADILLAC COUPE DE VILLE .

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  38. Arthur Schwabe

    LOVE THIS CAR 1990 MUSTANG 5.0 GT 85 TROPHLES LOVE GOING TO CAR SHOWS

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  39. Lou Rugani

    The CROSLEY CAR OWNERS CLUB welcomes everyone into the Crosley saga and mystique, whether owners or not. No dues!

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  40. Lee Schelin

    My first car in 1957 was a 1948 Ford Tudor, my last car is my 1946 Ford Tudor

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  41. Ronald Pringle

    Still trying to get a good photo of my car. Don’t have a resent photo. Car is in the-garage now and up on jack stands, rebuilding the front suspension.

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  42. Edward

    What a stunning looking car. The E type would be in my top 5 cars in the world!! It is a piece of art not just a car.

    Sir William Lyons really had an eye for style and sheer class. The colour is brilliant too, not an original e type colour but still looks very classy….congratulations

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  43. JERRY

    Beautiful E-Typeenclay. I am slowly restoring a 1966 2+2 E-Type Primrose Yellow

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  44. zatara

    how many clutches/batteries/plugs/coils/cylinder head gaskets has it eaten?

    used to have one..and learned the English currency and measurement system while learning how to curse in Dutch, German, French, Italian and Spanish;

    seemed like the only way to get spare parts with any degree of dispatch was off the backs of trucks whose motors were left running;

    and like the young fool i was, i loved every second of it;

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  45. Carolyn maddox

    I have 1972 Chevelle Malibu and a 1975
    Chevrolet Caprice classic also a 1969 Dodge Charger

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  46. Arthur Williams

    I have a 1973 Buick Centurion 350 4 door need to be painted and interior renewed. Do you have an interest. I can send you photos of it inside and outside. my phone number is 6266768572 email. Artwilliamsjr2@yahoo.com

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  47. Mark Lawrence Dunphy

    Buick Special 1950 Straight 8 w/DynaFlow 45,000 original miles original paint, interior!

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  48. Jim Gallup

    First fell in love with a ’67 GTO when I was about 12. My Dad told me they began building them in 1964. Wasn’t long and I saw one and that was it. I just had to have one. About 20 years later, I found the one. She was built just one month before I was born, so we were meant to be. Still just under 20K original miles and I’m the third owner. 389 tri-power, 4 spd. One repaint since new, that’s it.

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  49. Barry Barnes

    1978 MG MGB Tourer (roadster or convertible).
    High-performance engine modifications

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  50. Richard T Russ

    I have been fortunate to have owned this E-Type for 39 years. My wife and I totally restored the car from the ground up in 2008. It has been the JCNA 2013 and 2014 National Class Champion as well as completed the Hemming Motor News Great Race from California to Ohio in 2016

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  51. ROY DUFF

    This is Clint My 1971 El Camino SS, it has a built 454 with Holley 750 4 barrel carb, a Scat Crank, Hooker competition headers, a Mild Summit Race cam and Dual Flowmaster 40’s out the back! A nice tire shredder!!!! :)

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  52. dean

    my 1972 Mercury Comet GT, 302 with gt40p heads,4R70W OD transmission, and 8.8 rear end with 3.73 gears.should have it finished spring of2020

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  53. Michael Bonde

    Spent 3 years for a frame off restoration. Did everything myself except paint. I now have over 60,000 miles on it in the 12 years since it was finished. Now that I am retired I drive it every day.

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  54. Donald Barba

    I am the 2nd owner to this 1969 Camaro (250ci) which has been in the family since 1975. It is currently garaged and being restored by myself and my son.

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  55. WILLIAM BURNETT

    WE HAVE A 53 CHEVROLET BELAIR SPORT COUPE / 305 /700R4/8IN FORD REAR/MUSTANG TYPE CLIP WITH DISC FRONTS /RACK AND PINION

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  56. Wes

    This is my 1958 Cameo that I have owned since 1989. I have done 98% of all the work including the paint job, which is 27 years old. This truck has a 235 and 3 speed column shift.

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  57. Jim

    I fell in love with GTO’s when I was a kid, 10-12 years old. Saw my first one and it was a ’67. My Dad told me they began building hem in ’64 and a few years later I saw one and that was it. From that time on, I wanted and it had to be a 1964, 389 tri-power, 4 spd. Finally got around to being serious on getting one and the hunt was on. Found one in Massachusetts, I’m in Michigan and the drive was on. This was in 2001 and there’s been no looking back. Well there is, when I’m racing someone, lol. The engine is built and I have the pics from when it was. She has 12.5/1 pistons, heads are ported n polished, balanced, street cammed and she rocks ! I have to run av gas in her to keep her from spark knocking. Now, not only that, but my baby was built just one month before I was born. Just doesn’t get much better than that. My dream car and I’m the third owner.

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  58. Ed Clark, Sonoran Classic Restorations

    I did this gorgeous half-cab 1964 4 x 4 International Harvester Scout 80 a few years ago.

    This was a meticulous frame off, nut and bolt restoration. Nothing had been left untouched with every item having been replaced, reconditioned or upgraded.

    It was a complete makeover from top to bottom and inside out, starting with an “exquisite and unique body color” (it was a real head turner). The full details with all the before and after photos are on my website, SonoranClassicRestorations.com (we are in the Scottsdale Airpark in Scottsdale, AZ). Thanks for checking this one out!

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  59. 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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  60. 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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  61. 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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  62. 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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  63. Jorge Esquinca

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

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  64. George Griffin

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

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  65. 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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  66. 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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  67. 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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  68. 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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  69. 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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  70. 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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  71. 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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  72. 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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  73. 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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  74. 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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  75. 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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  76. 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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  77. 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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  78. JIM OKEN

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

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