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PICs: Which Chevrolet? by John Bono #40887
In this order: '55, '58, '57 followed by the '59. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40887.1
Brian, what about the '56? (EOM) by John Bono #40887.1.1
I forgot. Getting old I guess. '56 is dead last for me. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40887.1.1.1
59, 58, 56, 57, 55 (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40887.2Moderator
'56, '55, '58, '59, '57 (EOM) by steve kiraly #40887.3
The '57 Fuelly first then the '59, 58, 56 and 55. That FI Hardtop nearly stops my heart. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40887.4
article and pictures of a new Robo Taxi without a steering wheel, by Dick Johnson #40886
PIC: Citroen AMI one concept car by Dick Johnson #40885
VID: 5,000 HP supercar you can buy! by John Kuvakas #40884Moderator
PICs: Why pay all that money for a Ferrari when you can make your own? by John Kuvakas #40883Moderator
I don't think so. (EOM) by John Bono #40883.1
Wonder what chassis is under it? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40883.2
There seems to be no indication what was used. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40883.2.1Moderator
Or not bother at all? (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40883.3
Or maybe save for the real deal? This is not good. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40883.4
Car brands/makes; please share your top 5 liked/preferred car makes for their styling. by Bruce Parsons #40882
I don't know the numbers but... by Robert Bolin #40882.1
Additional Runner ups. by Robert Bolin #40882.1.1
A view from an old man's perspective: by David Holcombe #40882.2
Just for fun, try on this Graham (pic) and remember that this was 80 years ago. by David Holcombe #40882.2.1
From one old man to another: The models you have touched on here would by Bruce Gibbins #40882.2.2
My picks tend to be imports. by David Green #40882.3
I love the last few iterations of the E sedan. My C class wants to grow up to be an E. by Robert Bolin #40882.3.1
I'll give 4...Chrysler, Buick, Pontiac, Cadillac. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40882.4
Here are mine...for today...you know, it changes frequently. by John Kuvakas #40882.5Moderator
Mopar, umbrella for Imperial, Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth,etc; Ford, same thing, Mercury, Lincoln, etc (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #40882.6
My five from the '50s and '60s.......... by John Bono #40882.7
Chevrolet, Ford, Pontiac, Mercury, Plymouth. Post war to 1965. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40882.8
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PIC: For Dennis, by Dick Johnson #40880
PIC: Yes! But they neglect to say... by John Kuvakas #40880.1Moderator
The 19 people were the original Munchkins on the Yellow Brick Road (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40880.2
Interesting! There is a Munchkin colony in Kansas I'm told...... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40880.2.1
PIC: A variety of makes with lots of color, by Dick Johnson #40879
Nice variety. Luv the Air Born B-58 Buick Limited. (EOM) by Al Dorado #40879.1
Awesome pics. LOVE the 61 Pontiac in white/red. Like 55 Ford & Chrysler colors too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40879.2
+1 again. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40879.2.1
I like em all except the Hash. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40879.3
I'll take all of them, thank you. (EOM) by John Bono #40879.4
The original T-Bird is awesome....timeless design. Prefer no porthole. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40879.5
'55 came stock without portholes. Many '55 owners added the '56 top with portholes. (EOM) by John Bono #40879.5.1
PIC: Not car related but enjoy, by Dick Johnson #40878
Always love pictures of critters. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40878.1
Especially if Ellie-May Clampett was holding them critters! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40878.1.1
The mountain goats "climbing" is incredible! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40878.2
++1 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40878.2.1
Some car facts, by Dick Johnson #40877
Pontiac slogan, "Get 'em while you can?" (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40877.1Moderator
I remember this one "who in the world built this wide track beauty"? by Dick Johnson #40877.1.1
I remember hearing "Wide Track Pontiac" in 59/60 ads. Which is a bit odd by Jack Dodds #40877.1.1.1
The body was wide but not the track. :) (EOM) by John Bono #40877.
I'm surprised when I drive, it seems some car makers are no longer by Don Anderson #40877.2
"Wide Track". (EOM) by John Bono #40877.3
PIC: Two 1958 Oldsmobiles, same color all original, by Dick Johnson #40876
(PIC) I'm starting to really like the '58 Olds. by Al Dorado #40876.1
And then some folks need glasses earlier than expected. (EOM) by Don Anderson #40876.1.1
I really dislike this car BUT I must say that the front-on and rear-on shots look good. by Jack Dodds #40876.2
All these years.....I never knew the gas filler was hidden there! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40876.3
Really nice ! Love these 1958 Oldsmobiles and all the '58's from GM. (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #40876.4
The 58 Olds and Buick seem to polarize opinions more than other cars. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40876.4.1
I've always like the '58 Buick but never the Olds until now. by Al Dorado #40876.4.2
VID: Stop Start systems on cars by John Kuvakas #40875Moderator
I recently rented a VW Jetta with this feature. I HATED it...what a pain in the butt. by Jack Dodds #40875.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #40874
That crash/fight was amazing & funny to watch at the time. Ratings miracle! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40874.1
PICs: Which Cadillac? '57 or '59 by John Bono #40873
57, my favorite Caddy year and the year Caddy I dislike the style of most, 59. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40873.1
+1 I totally agree. 57 and 62 Caddy for me! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40873.1.1
'57. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40873.2
Though really gaudy, the '59 is elegant. Gotta go with this one, tonight. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40873.3
57 but the 58 is my favourite (EOM) by John Munro #40873.4
Of this pair, the '57 without a doubt. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40873.5
The '57, that shade of blue is just gorgeous. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40873.6
57, no contest (EOM) by John Roberts #40873.7
*** WOW *** Tuff Crowd today - Whew! *** 1959 *** All tha way boyzzz !! In that color (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40873.8
*** 1959 *** So Elegant ... Flowing Body Lines ... EXCLNT Color Combo ... It's got everything (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40873.8.1
Elegant? The 59 Caddy looks more cartoonish to me with all the non car like corners/angles. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40873.8.1.1
Not elegant to me BUT man it sure is a statement of the fin era! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40873.
'57 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40873.9
57 (EOM) by George Burgess #40873.10
57. Nice to see a 57 with it's wheel covers as those covers were by Bob Jackman #40873.11
1957! The fins on the '59 were over the top. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40873.12
Love the '57. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40873.13
Both. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40873.14
Not a Cadillac fan so I will pass. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40873.15
Luv 'em both but I have to choose the '57, which was the first Cadillac I ever rode in. (EOM) by Al Dorado #40873.16
Like them both, but have to go with the 57, I don't like that strange 'protrusion/flaring/whatever by Duncan Pohl #40873.17
The "protrusion/flaring/whatever", was exclusive to the '59 Sixty Special. (EOM) by John Bono #40873.17.1
It looks to my like a design fluff used to break up a very long, flat surface and provide texture. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40873.17.1.1Moderator
I agree with the majority here but why would anyone ever chime by Don Anderson #40873.18
Both are beautiful but I'm going with the outrageous '59 which screams the end of an era. (EOM) by John Bono #40873.19
PICS: Dick Johnson's '56 Cadillac with the '57 Pontiac top with a couple of modifications..... by Terry Daly #40872
Like pic #3 by far the best. Shorter rear quarters work! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40872.1
Pontiac didn't have that three-piece rear window in '57. Buicks and by Rick Thompson #40872.2
#3 looks the best with the longer roof line.Rick is correct that only Oldsmobile and Buick used that by Bob Jackman #40872.2.1
Thanks, Rick, I missed the sectored window and took Dick's word on the top's provenance. My error. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40872.2.2
No problem, Terry. I looked for Dick's original post but couldn't find it. by Rick Thompson #40872.2.2.1
Dick's original post is #40802 and he did indicate an Oldsmobile top, not a Pontiac. My error. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40872.
Photo 3 looks great! Long, low, and sleek! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40872.3
Nice work but still too low for a lot of driveways. And who stole by Don Anderson #40872.4
Dick Johnson must have them in his glove box. They were missing when I got the photos. Go for him. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40872.4.1
Does anybody have an interest ...... by Dennis Mong #40871
Pic .. 1958 Cadillac Cyclone by Jerry Vinson #40870
Sorry, but I never got the jet plane styling for cars thing. These look ridiculous to me. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40870.1
+1 Nothing stylish about this one. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40870.1.1
Jets/rockets were new to the public and represented the future. by Robert Bolin #40870.1.2
It seems like this is what results when designers are given a free hand. by Bruce Gibbins #40870.1.3
This results when the designers have a three martini lunch. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40870.1.3.1
Isn't it funny how some cars are admired by some and not all. by Don Anderson #40870.2
Uh ... Dagmars in her late teens ?? ... maybe ?? (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40870.2.1
I dreamed I was traveling in a rocket to the moon in my Maidenform Bra...... (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40870.2.1.1
" That's what I tried to tell him " (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40870.
I pray you are quoting what a lady friend said to you Bruce......Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40870.
Interesting and of its time, but I don't really like it. (EOM) by John Roberts #40870.3
Minichamps 1:18-scale version (PIC) by Joop Gisbers #40870.4
Looks more like a concept for an amphibious pontoon car. Yuk. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40870.5
PICs: Brooklin Diaries for Feb 14 by John Kuvakas #40869Moderator
1956 Corvette by Jerry Vinson #40868
I'll do a little research, resting from some yard work. (EOM) by David Holcombe #40868.1
Sure, Jerry, here's more than you probably want to know. by David Holcombe #40868.2
Thank you very much David. by Jerry Vinson #40868.2.1
I doubt the story of this challenging the four door Thunderbird by Bob Jackman #40868.2.1.1
Nice looking and predicted future designs, like the Corvette Nomad did (EOM) by John Roberts #40868.
Too bad they didn't do this idea in metal and tone down the wild by Jack Dodds #40868.3
Pics .. A few '54's I'd like to drive. by Jerry Vinson #40867
I've never seen the Granada before. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40867.1Moderator
*** AND *** I've never see a Packard Panther before ..... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40867.1.1
The Packard Panther in the last pic is cool....without the bulbous roof. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40867.2
Jack, The Packard Panther has been done as a 1/43 scale model without that by Bob Jackman #40867.3
Agree Jack. The open one looks much better...however, by John Roberts #40867.3.1
Judging by the man in pic #1 I would say that's the reason for the roof bulge by Jack Dodds #40867.3.1.1
PIC ... Fun Police car in Isafjorour Iceland with California plates by Jerry Vinson #40866
Worth much more if parted out I'm afraid. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40866.1
Iceland has a police department?? (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40866.2
Oh yeah. They did a TV series...Reykjavik Five-O. :- ) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40866.2.1
JACK !!!! ... No they did not .... LOL ... LOL ... LOL (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40866.2.1.1
Did too! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40866.
LOL. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40866.2.1.2
Don't light a match! (EOM) by Don Anderson #40866.3
How to cook a chicken if your power goes out, by Dick Johnson #40865
by that time you wouldn't be able to see if it's your chicken that's cooking or your hand (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40865.1
My thoughts as well. by Robert Bolin #40865.1.1
Try eating the bird with what's left of your hands too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40865.1.1.1
I'm so glad this has been sorted out; I've wondered about it for years....... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40865.2
PIC: You ever hear of this one ? 1935 Egoist single seater ? by Dick Johnson #40864
reminds me of the 1941 DAF Regenjas (raincoat)(PIC) by Joop Gisbers #40864.1
A couple more single seaters! PIC by Jerry Vinson #40864.2
Not for claustrophobia sufferers! No thanks. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40864.2.1
all of them egoistic cars.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40864.2.1.1
PIC: Sophia Loren trying to push her 1955 Mercedes SL Gullwing by Dick Johnson #40863
quite a few man would have loved to give her a hand in exchange for.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40863.1
An autograph, of course! :) (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40863.1.1
And of all the men in the world she chose Carlo Ponti....go figure. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40863.2
Yeah but just look at the wheels on that thing.....the Mercedes! by Don Anderson #40863.3
What wheels?.......check out the Dagmars. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40863.3.1
PIC: A few for your viewing pleasure. by Dick Johnson #40862
Thanks .. that was pleasurable especially the Pontiac (EOM) by Jerry Vinson #40862.1
That Poncho is one you don't see often. Very nice! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40862.1.1
While the '40 Ford was my favorite picture, the first car that I bought was a by David Holcombe #40862.2
Love the rake on the mild custom 40 Ford. Great pics...thanks! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40862.3
That '40 coupe sits right. Also like the '61 Pontiac wagon and the '56 Plymouth. Nice spread, Dick. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40862.4
PIC: 1972 AMC Pacer Experimental with Wankel Rotary engine by Dick Johnson #40861
wankel pacer by Alan Dinsmore #40861.1
The Pacer was originally designed to accommodate the Wankel. Plans changed prior to production. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40861.1.1Moderator
Just call it a Wanker. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40861.1.2
Lol...perfect. This is even uglier than the Pacer....amazing. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40861.1.2.1
Ouch! Now I can't use my eyes for a while. Thanks! (EOM) by Don Anderson #40861.2
PIC: Dodge Ram 700 from Mexico, by Dick Johnson #40860
PIC: And todays humor, by Dick Johnson #40859
Lol. I love watching disciplined people lose weight and get fit. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40859.1
PIC: And a few from Volkswagen, by Dick Johnson #40858
The 23 window vans are now bringing $100k - $150k at auction. Who would have thought?? (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40858.1
A lot of 60 hippies are kicking themselves for wearing them out I'll bet! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40858.1.1
I love the 913...very cool! So did VW make a 4dr. Beetle in Central/South America then? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40858.2
PICS .. nice photos of nice cars by Jerry Vinson #40857
Love the Tiger. That first one is interesting, what is it? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40857.1Moderator
Alfa-Romeo (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40857.1.1
Thanks. I mistook it for a Lancia. I like it a lot. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40857.1.1.1
I want the Sunbeam. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40857.2
Here's what I have to say about that.... by John Kuvakas #40857.2.1Moderator
Lol. Get Smart, Don Adams, Chief and Barbara Feldon were inane but I loved it (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40857.2.1.1
I'll take mine in white and cruise around Jamaica in it. by Robert Bolin #40857.2.2
gimme, gimme, the Vette please....oh, I already have it (Pic) by Joop Gisbers #40857.3
The Sunbeam Tiger is awesome and its in my fave color. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40857.4
PIC ... I'm guessing an RV with ample get-a-round spares by Jerry Vinson #40856
PIC: Another low mileage all original Packard Clipper by Dick Johnson #40855
... I think the seats were redone. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40855.1
What the owner says about this Packard, by Dick Johnson #40855.1.1
Great story. Amazing it survived that climate. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40855.1.1.1
Wow, I learned something. I owned a 1956 Packard Clipper for 20 years and never did I see.... by Christopher Moroni #40855.1.1.2
One of the many positives of the Lounge; a person can learn so much. Love it! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40855.
PIC: A low mileage 1958 ElDorado Brougham with 39,000 by Dick Johnson #40854
I've sat in both cars. The rear leg room in that Lincoln is astonishing. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40854.1
The body style and color of the Lincoln lessen its behemoth look. by Jack Dodds #40854.2
Black really suits the Eldorado. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40854.3
Black really suits the Eldorado. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40854.4
I'll take the Brougham. (EOM) by John Bono #40854.5
PIC .. Nice work by Jerry Vinson #40853
but wouldn't the engine-heat get into the car ? by Joop Gisbers #40853.1
Not sure...but it kind of ruins the look of the car. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40853.1.1
PIC: What if... by John Kuvakas #40852Moderator
Yes. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40852.1
Nicely realized concept. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40852.2
Looks great. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40852.3
Yes, it does look great now but in 1952 it would've look dated. Wood was on the way out. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40852.4
I like it! (EOM) by David Holcombe #40852.5
Love it but I think Christopher may be right (EOM) by John Roberts #40852.6
+1 Maybe best done in 1948 thru 50?? I like it a lot. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40852.6.1
Not much of a Woody fan but do like this one, especially the suicide rear doors. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40852.7
I like this one a lot. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40852.8
A Woody Baker! I like it. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40852.9
PIC: Indian Hills by John Kuvakas #40851Moderator
LOL ! (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40851.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #40850
He might have been a good race car driver but definitely a great bulldozer operator, race somebody by Bruce Parsons #40850.1
I didn't like his style. The Intimidator name was for a reason. He sure by Jack Dodds #40850.1.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Auctions Closing Today #40849Moderator
PICs: Which Corvette? '57 or '59 by John Bono #40848
My guy is 57. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40848.1
The '57 is a much cleaner ride and my choice. Also very much like the '59, (EOM) by Terry Daly #40848.2
1957, those single lights look so much better to me. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40848.3
As someone who has owned both a 57 and 61 I have always by Bob Jackman #40848.4
For me the '59 please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40848.4.1
57 for looks but I suspect the 61 is a better driver's car (EOM) by John Roberts #40848.4.2
'59. One of my fav. model years, the other is the '69. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40848.5
1959. Like the dual headlights. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40848.6
Both are gorgeous but the 57 simple styling wins by a hair (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40848.7
By color combo and style, the '59 is for me. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40848.8
Me too and for the same reason! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40848.8.1
1959 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40848.9
'59 (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40848.10
59 (EOM) by George Burgess #40848.11
gimme the '57...oh, I already have it (PIC) by Joop Gisbers #40848.12
‘59 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40848.13
The '56/'57 style got me hooked on Corvettes. Of course I love the '59 too. (EOM) by John Bono #40848.14
VID: Badpiper by John Kuvakas #40847Moderator
I think the drug of choice was crystal meth. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40847.1
LOL! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40847.1.1Moderator
I'm sure his parents must beam with pride. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40847.1.2
I always love to hear traditional Scottish bagpipes. I suspect by Jack Dodds #40847.2
heavy-metal bagpipin'.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40847.3
PICs: More insight on Buick and China by John Kuvakas #40846Moderator
That's a Packard NOT a Buick. (EOM) by Miles Germain #40846.1
1941 Packard 110 (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40846.2
It says "OneTwenty" on the side of the hood, though the image is reversed. (EOM) by Rick Thompson #40846.2.1
I hear you, gents. But there are a number of sources that call it a Buick. by John Kuvakas #40846.2.2Moderator
Around ten years ago, perhaps more, cars from the Australian V8 Super Cars series of races headed by Bruce Gibbins #40846.2.2.1
Pic. Please view in conjunction with my earlier post on the racing by Bruce Gibbins #40846.
I don't care what they called it...it's a Packard. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40846.2.2.2
Yeah....with yellow wheels....omg. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40846.
Well, Bob, the car sure does look like a 1941 Packard 120 Sedan..... by Bruce Gibbins #40846.
A better article that correctly identifies this as a Packard 120 by Robert Bolin #40846.3
This article shines a much brighter light on this mysteriously named car. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40846.3.1
Yes, I think that clears up the confusion very well. My mistake, gents. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40846.3.2Moderator
It's a Packard as identified above, and here's a little more background. Here on by David Holcombe #40846.4
Thanks, David. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40846.4.1Moderator
And here is a picture of a picture of the original limousine in China (PIC) by David Holcombe #40846.4.2
PIC: When your insurance won't cover an ambulance ride but you have AAA, by Dick Johnson #40845
Well, at least he's not hanging from a tow hook. Could be worse. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40845.1
PIC: Another Packard, 1956 all original with 37,000 miles by Dick Johnson #40844
It's a beauty. (EOM) by John Bono #40844.1
+1 Nice body style and colors. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40844.1.1
Beautiful! These last ('55-56) Packards were IMO really fine. (EOM) by David Holcombe #40844.2
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PIC: All original unrestored Austin . by Dick Johnson #40842
What a sad story. Too bad the family didn't have enough respect by Bob Jackman #40842.1
The small Austin is as cute as a button. Lets hope the car falls into the hands of by Bruce Gibbins #40842.1.1
There are some things that don't add up here...... by John Roberts #40842.1.1.1
I recognized the tail lights as being post ww2 Morrie Grinder but passed this by Bruce Gibbins #40842.
Suspect story for sure. Regardless the car deserves a resto. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40842.
PIC: Original 1942 Studebaker President. by Dick Johnson #40841
Magnificent. The prewar Studebakers are such beautifully styled by Bob Jackman #40841.1
+1 Agree. Great era for this marque. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40841.1.1
Very nice indeed. Looks like one of Ray's Victory models (EOM) by John Roberts #40841.2
WOW! A beauty. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40841.3
Joke of the day, by Dick Johnson #40840
Sudden burst of laughter ... Good one (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40840.1
Hot splattered coffee gone everywhere now:) (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40840.2
Oh boy - Your keyboard keys are going to get sticky now (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40840.2.1
Cute. I'm still laughing at last weeks joke regarding the crematiion. by Bob Jackman #40840.3
A good one. (EOM) by John Bono #40840.4
LOL. Good to start the morning with a laugh. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40840.5
I do that daily by the mirror image when I exit the shower. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40840.5.1
My sense of humor isn't that good. I wouldn't dare look at myself in the mirror. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40840.5.1.1
My secret is keeping low expectations....and a very large towel! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40840.
Safety first always by Dick Johnson #40839
That is " NOT " safe at all ... (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40839.1
Yes I know that and you know that but he doesn't seem to know that LOL . (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40839.1.1
I wonder if his insurance paid out the widow. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40839.2
PIC: A few customs, by Dick Johnson #40838
*** Picture # 3 ... " I like it " - That has my name all over it - so Rick just walk away (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40838.1
I like that Avanti! (EOM) by John Roberts #40838.2
Me too. Different color though please. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40838.2.1
I even like the color. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40838.2.1.1
I can see why that last one has bullet holes in it! (EOM) by Dave VanderWal #40838.3
+1 Horrible mess. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40838.3.1
The 49 Ford COE is my pick. (EOM) by John Bono #40838.4
It's GREEN and the only vehicle pictured I actually like. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40838.4.1
PIC: Is it cold where you are ? by Dick Johnson #40837
Sunny Clear Skies & 78 degress in Central Florida ... No where near that cold N pic (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40837.1
Brrrr! It's 80 here in Dunedin. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40837.1.1
Go ahead...rub it in you guys! Lol. Yes, I'm jealous. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40837.1.1.1
This is a time when a man might question why he became a heavy duty mechanic. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40837.2
Wow what a great ice sculpture! (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40837.3
Man . . . that's cold! (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40837.4
8* in SE Michigan this morning without the windchill. (EOM) by Miles Germain #40837.5
PIC: A couple all original 1959's from GM, Olds 98 and an Impala, by Dick Johnson #40836
XCLNT offerings ... *** 2 Thumbs Up *** (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40836.1
These 2 flat-tops look great! My friend's Dad had an identical Olds. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40836.2
That Olds is a top-of-line Ninety Eight series car. (EOM) by Brian Laurance #40836.3
PIC: A Tucker on a used car lot, by Dick Johnson #40835
I'm certain someone can tell us exactly which one this is. Surely the info is out there. by Christopher Moroni #40835.1
I'm thinking it might be in Western Canada as there are several by Jack Dodds #40835.1.1
Well, we could always see just were "Bob Held Used Cars" was located. Good eye Jack! (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40835.1.1.1
Looks like a corner car lot that might come and go every couple of years. by Jack Dodds #40835.
if that's the asking-price you may want to add a couple of zeros... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40835.2
PIC: 1962 Impala SS 409 by Dick Johnson #40834
Now that is very nice ... nice Indeed (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40834.1
LOVE this car (delete lettering and stripe of course). Goldvarg 1:43 please!! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40834.2
PIC: 1970 Shelby GT 500 by Dick Johnson #40833
Gorgeous car! Not my fave year for Shelby though; prefer 65 to 67. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40833.1
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #40832
Mine was a '63, quite used when I bought it. The only winter heat relief by David Holcombe #40832.1
I had a '58; same winter issue. Always had a cloth to wipe inside inside windshield too! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40832.1.1
PICS: John Bono's '62 Buick Electra Convertible, posted below, with and without cleanup..... by Terry Daly #40831
But now where does he put the gas? And what kind of car has by Don Anderson #40831.1
Obvious flaws where the antenna and fender vents were make it an obvious photoshop job. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40831.1.1
So, we can await your expert version with bated breath ? (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #40831.1.1.1
PIC: I did get careless with the area around the antenna and have fixed it to the best..... by Terry Daly #40831.
The original looked just fine, Terry. I don't think by Mike DeTorrice #40831.
Thanks, Mike, I do appreciate your comments. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40831.
Interesting variation Terry. I must have a go at this photoshop machinery.... by John Roberts #40831.2
John ... Tell me you did not go there .... I so agree with U ( LOL ) (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40831.2.1
The adjusted version allows simply a view of the by Mike DeTorrice #40831.3
I agree Mike. It's fun to do. Years ago in the days of books and paper.. by John Roberts #40831.3.1
LOL ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #40831.3.1.1
That's pretty much what I do now, via computer rather than paper. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40831.3.1.2
I love the de-chromed cars but, side mirrors are a necessity, but if you remove them for the sake of by Bruce Parsons #40831.3.2
Yes, but they generally are less intrusive, to my eyes. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40831.3.2.1
I like it better with all the bling. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40831.4
Me too. Buick and bling are synonymous. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40831.4.1
Exactly why I don't care for Buicks in general (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40831.4.1.1
Thanks, Gents, for looking, commenting and a bit of mocking. All are appreciated. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40831.5
PICs: Which '49? Cadillac or Lincoln by John Bono #40830
Caddy (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40830.1
LINCOLN for me. I'm all Cadillac'd out. The Lincoln would be an awesome 1:24 scale. by George Schire #40830.2
Cadillac for me. John, your comparisons are so "on point" it's remarkable! (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40830.3
Thanks Barry. (EOM) by John Bono #40830.3.1
Cadillac is more pleasing to my eye, yet I could easily find a spot for by Bruce Gibbins #40830.4
I vote for that Cosmo. I learned to drive in one of those. And in by Don Anderson #40830.5
I am a Lincoln lover but for this year Cadillac gets my vote (EOM) by David Angeloni #40830.6
+1 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40830.6.1
I like the Lincoln best but the Caddy is nice too. Think I'll have the Beetle!... by John Roberts #40830.7
John, You made this one very tough for me but I'll go with the Lincoln today. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40830.8
Cadillac (EOM) by George Burgess #40830.9
Has to be the Caddy. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40830.10
Today, it's the Caddy for me. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40830.11
Caddy! Never cared for the Lincoln's face, especially the eyes. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40830.12
Caddy by miles! The Lincoln's "face" looks like a prehistoric creature to me. by Jack Dodds #40830.12.1
No contest. The Cadillac. Standard of the World. The 1949 is my favorite classic American car. (EOM) by Al Dorado #40830.13
The Lincoln is nice but not as nice as the Cadillac. (EOM) by John Bono #40830.14
Lincoln, the rear fender doesn't look like an after thought as it does on the Caddy.. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40830.15
John Kuvakas please email me: by Bob Kleven #40829
On the way (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40829.1Moderator
A follow up to Dick's T Bird hearse...PIC by John Roberts #40828
I'd love to see a T-bird-ero (T-Bird meets Ranchero) by Robert Bolin #40828.1
I still have a spare one...sounds like a good idea! (EOM) by John Roberts #40828.1.1
John, You're work is always impressive. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40828.1.2
Thanks Bob. I don't know what planet I was on when I made these! (EOM) by John Roberts #40828.1.2.1
Very nice. Thanks for sharing. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40828.2
Thanks Dick! (EOM) by John Roberts #40828.2.1
I find the hearse theme in models a bit of a downer. Others like it though so whatever. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40828.3
pic: The last surviving Pontiac dealership? by John Kuvakas #40827Moderator
The Pontiac sign is worth at least $40k. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40827.1
*** EASY *** January MECUM here in Florida ... NEON prices were SKY high - Very high !!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40827.1.1
Great story! Need to put that on my bucket list of things to see when traveling out that way. (EOM) by Rick Scoville #40827.2
Very cool! Nice to see. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40827.3
A little history lesson, by Dick Johnson #40826
The original smart car. :-) (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40826.1
Full tank of methane gas and 1 horsepower could get you a long way (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40826.2
Gas mask required. Could tend to spoil a date. Reminds me of the by Jack Dodds #40826.2.1
I know I have, I tried not breathing but that didn't work either, by Dick Johnson #40825
PIC: How not to park a 2CV, by Dick Johnson #40824
was that a 2 CV ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40824.1
I think it was a nasty sideswipe collision. Surviveable with a seatbelt. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40824.2
Oops! shows they're stronger than they look. The frame is intact (EOM) by John Roberts #40824.3
Safe at any speed (EOM) by jay walsh #40824.4
Wow. That was a collision of passion. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40824.5
PIC: A few from GM, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #40823
The 62 Catalina and Bel Air are awesome and need doing in 1:43 for sure!! by Jack Dodds #40823.1
Awesome cars! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40823.2
Great collection from "The General". (EOM) by John Bono #40823.3
I'm so surprised you mentioned you liked the front of the 1970 by Don Anderson #40823.4
I never connected it with the look of the Edsel myself. The 70 Poncho by Jack Dodds #40823.4.1
PIC: 1960 Ford Fairlane by Dick Johnson #40822
This year Ford appeals more to me with each passing year. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40822.1
I never cared for 1960 Ford styling least of all in this body style (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40822.2
I owned a 60 Ford Galaxie in that very color. Never liked that Fairlane roofline. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #40822.3
PIC: Some all original foreign makes that you don't see very often, by Dick Johnson #40821
These aren't foreign to me of course! Very nice cars.... by John Roberts #40821.1
British Car Day here at the Lounge. Great to see these out and about. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40821.1.1
I like the '48 Humber a lot! (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40821.2
I should have noticed...the Humber is a '52. Both this and... by John Roberts #40821.2.1
I remember hunting for the Snipe when I was a kid, could never find one. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40821.3Moderator
That 52 Minx is my favorite Hillman. Good little car too. The by Jack Dodds #40821.4
Very cool! I like em all! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40821.5
PIC: A few from Cadillac, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #40820
The 41 is really a nice survivor. Lots of character. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40820.1
I would buy that '90 D'elegance in 1/24th in a heartbeat!! (EOM) by Rick Scoville #40820.2
Love that 59, but half of its weight had to have been in Chrome! :-D (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #40820.3
That 90 Cadillac is a pearl - a big black pearl - but stately and elegant too. by Bruce Gibbins #40820.4
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On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #40818
All you NASCAR fans please stand! On second thought, by Don Anderson #40818.1
I've seen film of older NASCAR races when the cars were still recognisable... by John Roberts #40818.1.1
The pre 1980 Nascar races are far more interesting; mainly for the by Jack Dodds #40818.1.1.1
They cars are not even close to resembling anything you can buy in the showroom. Generic and boring. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40818.2
PICs: Which Buick? '60 or '62 by John Bono #40817
1960! Great color! Great style! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40817.1
‘60 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40817.2
I like both a lot. If I can have only one though, it's the SIXTY! I'd love both in 1:24 scale. (EOM) by George Schire #40817.3
The more expressively styled '60. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40817.4
+1 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40817.4.1
The '60. The '62 became "Your father's Buick". (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40817.5
1960 but I like both. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40817.6
+1 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40817.6.1
I like the '62, but I love the '60 (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40817.7
60 (EOM) by George Burgess #40817.8
60 please, beautiful cars but, the Buick is my least liked American car. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40817.9
Interesting! Buick is my #2 favorite make, right after Chrysler. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40817.9.1
#1/2. Dodge tie with Ford, #3 Mercury, #4 Plymouth, #5 Pontiac (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40817.9.1.1
We had a 1960 Invicta convert, bought it used. It was a very by Don Anderson #40817.10
This red 60 Buick wins today, but generally I prefer the trimmer '62 by a hair. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40817.11
Love that '60. Outlandish and brash...and lovely! (EOM) by John Roberts #40817.12
The red '60.....bold and brash. (EOM) by John Bono #40817.13
62 although neither of those years are high on my list. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #40817.14
PIC: A Subaru Domingo mini van, by Dick Johnson #40816
I designed cars like this in third grade. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40816.1
Windage was often a problem with these little devils and similar vans from Suzuki. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40816.2
I sometimes get wind driving our Suzuki Jimny.... by John Roberts #40816.2.1
Lol. You must have a very full tank! No reply required! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40816.2.1.1
1964 T-Bird hearse, by Dick Johnson #40815
Its going to need two Thunderbirds to get me to the grave........... by Bruce Gibbins #40815.1
Love to see what they did to the back end. (EOM) by dennis Brown #40815.2
I thought only dogs did that! Sniff, sniff. (EOM) by Don Anderson #40815.3
Wasted T-Bird. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40815.4
PIC: I posted pictures of this Packard earlier and now just got these by Dick Johnson #40814
Yes, my Packard had the same jack "in a box." That's how Packard did it in '55 & '56 (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40814.1
Would love to know the story behind this one! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40814.2
PIC: a couple of 1955 Chevys and in my favorite color combo. by Dick Johnson #40813
Both are beauties. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40813.1
Mine too. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40813.2
Like it so much more than the '57. Great color combo! (EOM) by George Schire #40813.3
My fave year too; then 56 and 57 in order. Love them all. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40813.3.1
My favorite car of this class....always has been since I was a kid.. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40813.3.1.1
OMG. The sight of this 55 has shaken some cobwebs loose. A Range of by Bruce Gibbins #40813.4
My Dad got a brand-new '55 just like that one in by Mike DeTorrice #40813.5
1955 Chevy 150/210 by J.D. Simmons #40813.6
Great look! We called that Coral and Charcoal. Nice! (EOM) by Don Anderson #40813.7
Didn't prefer this color combo years ago but love it now! I can't by Jack Dodds #40813.8
In 1:43 too - from my model archive (PICS) by John Roberts #40813.9
John, is the Nomad a Brooklin you did your magic on? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40813.9.1
PIC: And then there is this, I am looking for more info. on it. by Dick Johnson #40812
why ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40812.1
oh why....?? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40812.1.1
Looks like a mini-Bugatti on steroids... (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40812.2
I can't say what I'm thinking, this is a family site. (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #40812.3
Edsel grill was what popped into my head too. :-) (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40812.3.1
This is what the 2008 Edsel would have looked like with all by Mike DeTorrice #40812.4
What do you expect, the designer is dyslexic, look at the spelling of "CONCEPT" LOL (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40812.5
*** WAIT *** ... Why ... is there a shoe hanging from the grill ?????? (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40812.6
Kind of reminds me of a modern day Stout Scarab. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40812.7
Call the exterminator! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40812.8
I can see this thing being discovered by Dora the Explorer on a trip into by Bruce Gibbins #40812.9
I have found this picture under "Car Collection Of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh" by David Holcombe #40812.10
My main problem is the spelling of Concept and I can't pronounce by Don Anderson #40812.11
PIC: Anyone remember this Lincoln Quicksilver concept car from 1983 ? by Dick Johnson #40811
Not much leg room in the back seat! (EOM) by David Holcombe #40811.1
no, but I am sure I will never forget.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40811.2
I would have picked it for a Citroen concept. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40811.3
Yes, it looks like a Citroen concept. (EOM) by John Bono #40811.3.1
Uggg—Leee (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40811.4
Whew, not the expected and traditional Lincoln legroom in that back seat ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #40811.5
I don't remember this Lincoln Concept and I don't want too!!! (EOM) by George Burgess #40811.6
Looks like it may have been destined for some car shows but by Don Anderson #40811.7
A few interesting places, enjoy, by Dick Johnson #40810
That cliff in Norway has a rather alarming crack........ (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40810.1
Love the serenity of pic #1 (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40810.2
The cabin on Lake Blausee in Switzerland would be my retirement dream home. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40810.2.1
The South Dakota mining operation would be cool to model in N-scale. by Robert Bolin #40810.3
Great photos, except... by Terence Slekar #40810.4
That was a concept Daimler out on road trials. Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40810.4.1
LOL, at the PS in the SF picture ! Would make a by Mike DeTorrice #40810.5
No kidding. I'd like to see the Bullitt chase on that street. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40810.5.1
Great pics! (EOM) by John Bono #40810.6
Dick, regarding the last pic. I looked it up. This is a picture of by Frank Kocour #40810.7
Awesome pics. They each tell a story. Some happy, some not so. (EOM) by Don Anderson #40810.7.1
PIC: 1960 Plymouth Fury Golden Commando convertible, by Dick Johnson #40809
Love it! (EOM) by John Bono #40809.1
Really like it now, but I sure didn't in 1960. Rare one ! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40809.2
Still ugly to me, even after all these years. But, I have owned many ugly cars. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40809.2.1
Drivin' ugly cars gits ya ugly women.....known fact. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40809.2.1.1
Not ugly to me. I think the 60 Plymouth is much better looking than the 59. (EOM) by George Schire #40809.2.1.2
Not to me now either. Like both years equally. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40809.
Love the rear design integrating a continental kit look but keeping it aerodynamic. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40809.3
Known by stylists as The Toilet Seat. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40809.3.1
The '60 Fury sure as heck looks beautiful to me now! (EOM) by David Larsen #40809.4
What a gorgeous Plymouth. Very nice ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #40809.5
I'm sure that now the 60 Plymouth & I could make a nice home for ourselves by Bruce Gibbins #40809.6
Like I said. All convertibles should be red. Goes with the lipstick. by Don Anderson #40809.6.1
PIC: A 56 cylinder Pratt and Whitney radial engine. by Dick Johnson #40808
Not a working engine and not actually made by P&W. by Robert Bolin #40808.1
Thank you for this information, very interesting, (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40808.1.1
Wright produced prototype versions of the 42 cylinder/7 bank by Mike DeTorrice #40808.1.2
Yeah the 28 air cooled was pretty much the last mass produced large rotary. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40808.1.2.1
Mike & Robert....you guys know your stuff! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40808.
PIC: A Tatra ambulance, by Dick Johnson #40807
This may be the ugliest ambulance on Earth. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40807.1
I wouldn't be caught dead in that thing. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40807.2
PIC: A 1955 Packard Patrician with 6,200 actual miles on it, by Dick Johnson #40806
Really special! Thanks for posting this one, Dick. (EOM) by David Holcombe #40806.1
NIce Packard. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40806.2
Very nice. (EOM) by John Bono #40806.3
Nice care; like the colors. The interior fabric is sure "busy" though. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40806.4
PIC: A few of my favorites from Citroen, by Dick Johnson #40805
They are very odd looking but kind of cool at the same time. I much by Jack Dodds #40805.1
I love the D series. by Robert Bolin #40805.2
So do I.......in cars too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40805.2.1
You could even Double Down if you felt like it, Jack. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40805.2.1.1
Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40805.
One mans heaven, is another mans hell. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40805.3
There are some green ones there though......enhances the frog look. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40805.3.1
Fabulous, all of them. Great to drive, great to ride in.... by John Roberts #40805.4
a friend of mine (may he rest in peace) had one. by Joop Gisbers #40805.5
Although I've never owned or even driven one of these - always vowing to do so by Bruce Gibbins #40805.6
There is something about these cars that makes one want to get in and drive them. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40805.7
PIC: A cowasaki, by Dick Johnson #40804
That sucker must really moooove. (sorry). Let the good times roll! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40804.1
LOL. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40804.1.1
I love the '61 Plymouth tail lights. Really sets it off. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40804.2
Why is the cow wearing gym shoes? (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40804.3
For the same reason it has a motorcycle in its belly I suppose.... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40804.3.1
Maybe making the run to Sturgis. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40804.3.2
Are you sure it's not a BullTaco? (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40804.4
LOL....perfect! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40804.4.1
Wait a minute. Those aren't bull "parts" hanging behind the motor....LOL (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #40804.4.2
Grease nipples I suspect......but I'm not a mechanic. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40804.4.2.1
What an udder-ly ridiculous contraption. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40804.5
Agree....how dairy drive that thing around! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40804.5.1
LOL. You're on a roll today. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40804.5.1.1
Has anyone heard of this one ? by Dick Johnson #40803
Never heard of it. Available in burgundy or gray, yet they are pictured in bronze and turquoise. (EOM) by John Bono #40803.1
Looks like an Australian plate. All new to me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40803.2
Judging by how the wipers pivot, it's right hand drive. Probably is Australian. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40803.3
Agree. I can see a bit of the steering wheel under the right wiper. (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #40803.3.1
Looks like a cross between an LTD and a Cordoba. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40803.4
An LTD, and also given the name, Marquise, depending on the level of luxery appointments, by Bruce Gibbins #40803.5
I think this car might have sold well in N. America. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40803.5.1
Base price of $16,600 for an Ford LTD in 1979? Auh, no. It wouldn't have been that much. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40803.6
PIC: How about a 56 Cadillac with a 57 Olds roof ? by Dick Johnson #40802
Few probably even notice. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40802.1
I wouldn't have noticed. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40802.1.1
You could put a hot tub out back. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40802.2
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Pics: Auctions closing today #40801Moderator
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #40800
Dale Earnhardt was one of the greatest drivers of all time. He would be appalled at the water downed by Tim Kubiak #40800.1
The Intimidator would not be impressed. Let's hope they resurrect it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40800.1.1
PICs: Which '64? Dodge or Mercury by John Bono #40799
They are both very hot! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40799.1
I agree, but swing towards the slightly higher temp of the Dodge. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40799.2
Me too; the size, the grille, the hardtop's angles. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40799.2.1
MERCURY...but like both. 1:24 scale please!!! (EOM) by George Schire #40799.3
Mercury styling is much better. Dodge grille this year detracts. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40799.4
Mercury. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40799.5
Mercury please. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40799.6
I don't like the skirts on the Mercury so my vote goes to the Dodge. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40799.7
My question is; are we to pick between the pictures [exactly as shown, even quality of by Bruce Parsons #40799.7.1
I choose between the cars as pictured, taking into account the color, etc. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40799.7.1.1
Mercury but I like both. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40799.7.1.2
I think its whatever you choose to make of it. Your call. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40799.7.1.3
There is no specific judging criterion. (EOM) by John Bono #40799.7.1.4
Like them both, but the Dodge has a more interesting, sportier design, I think. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #40799.7.1.5
My favorite Mercury from the 60’s. (EOM) by David Vandermeer #40799.8
Dodge. (EOM) by Jim Schultz #40799.9
Mercury without the skirts!! (EOM) by William McElfresh #40799.10
+1 Lose the skirts. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40799.10.1
Dodge...by a landslide! (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40799.11
I'm leaning towards the Dodge but could happily manage without either (EOM) by John Roberts #40799.12
Make mine the Merc, especially if it's a Marauder. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40799.13
Mercury (EOM) by George Burgess #40799.14
Mercury. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40799.15
Tough one. Dodge gets the edge. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40799.16
Mercury. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40799.17
Dodge by a mile. (EOM) by John Bono #40799.18
PIC: Tesla Shooting Brake, and it's cost by Dick Johnson #40798
well, ehhh, I kind of like it.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40798.1
I'd rather have a Jaguar XK Sportbrake of which this seems to be a copy (EOM) by John Roberts #40798.2
Sorry! XF Sportbrake - clumsy fingers again!! (EOM) by John Roberts #40798.2.1
PICs of the Jaguar. I like the Tesla better. Jag looks chunky to me. by Jerry Gorsuch #40798.2.2
I agree. The Jag looks generic by comparison. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40798.2.2.1
+2 ... Tesla does look better (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40798.
+3. The Tesla is just well executed. Of the two, I'll take the Tesla. (EOM) by Rick Scoville #40798.
Wonder what you would shoot with these cars, oh, sorry Shooting Brake. Is it 1900. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40798.2.2.2
You would shoot the wad in your wallet! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40798.
For what it's worth, I like the looks of the Jaguar better. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40798.2.2.3
Stupid money....makes no sense to me at all. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40798.3
+1 (EOM) by John Bono #40798.3.1
I prefer the Tesla, but only because I am tired of silver painted cars - they're every where by Bruce Gibbins #40798.4
As a non wealthy mainly vegetarian I'd spend half on a Jag... by John Roberts #40798.4.1
As a definitely possible perhaps future vegetarian I agree about by Jack Dodds #40798.4.1.1
Thinking vegetarian John; forget them both and go with a Free-Range Rover. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40798.4.1.2
LOL.... (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #40798.
I like it, but one needs to have toy money laying around. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40798.5
Just some things to think on today LOL ! by Dick Johnson #40797
Groannnnnnn....... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40797.1
I like the fantasy aspect of the last one. 'Tomorrow'?... by John Roberts #40797.2
That's exactly what happens when I see the doctor. They seem to feed off each other. One leads to by Frank Kocour #40797.3
Strange, how can this happen ? by Dick Johnson #40796
well, this would make a lot of noise, I suppose... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40796.1
Probably doing a burn-out and ran over the wrench. (EOM) by Jerry Gorsuch #40796.2
Ran over something sharp & wide....tire guy inserted the wrench. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40796.3
That would be my vote (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40796.3.1
And how about a Cobra for sale ? by Dick Johnson #40795
what scale ? (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40795.1
How old is this ad? (EOM) by John Bono #40795.2
I say ... Let's call the phone number !! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40795.2.1
PIC: A Continentel with just 9300 miles on it, by Dick Johnson #40794
again, a lot of Dutch people may think I am crazy, but I do like this... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40794.1
I’m Dutch, and I don’t think you’re crazy, (EOM) by David Vandermeer #40794.1.1
Prefer the '69 but this is nice. Color suits it up close. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40794.2
I like it! (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40794.3
Very nice! Love the color. (EOM) by John Bono #40794.4
Nice car! But there is a reason it’s photographed at a gas station! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40794.5
PIC: A 1962 Austin Healey 3000 MKII beautiful interior, by Dick Johnson #40793
Gorgeous car. Wonder if its black or very dark green? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40793.1
I would love to have it. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40793.2
GREEN, GREEN. (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40793.3
Love the car, but the color combo not so much. (EOM) by John Bono #40793.4
IMHO - the most beautiful creature on the planet... by Terence Slekar #40792
Beautiful indeed! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40792.1
But seen from a distance! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40792.1.1
I agree, very beautiful. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40792.2
King of the beasts! (EOM) by John Bono #40792.3
No need to bring my ex into this John......... :-) (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40792.3.1
Sorry.....lol. (EOM) by John Bono #40792.3.1.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… PICS: Auction Closing Today #40791Moderator
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #40790
PIC: 1966 Corona........ by John Bono #40790.1
Must have been taken the day it got off the boat. There's no rust. ;0) (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40790.1.1Moderator
Even with rust, it was more reliable than most domestics. (EOM) by John Bono #40790.1.1.1
I have to disagree with that , based on fact and by steve kiraly #40790.
Amazing reliability...and it just kept getting better each year. I still by Jack Dodds #40790.
That's an RT43 Corona. A great little car. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40790.1.2
That it is. Thanks Michael. (EOM) by John Bono #40790.1.2.1
It looks better than the 2019 Corolla. (EOM) by Miles Germain #40790.1.3
Agree that its overdue for a big change. Many competitors look better. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40790.1.3.1
Our neighbor had a tan one. It was fun! (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40790.1.4
Dr. W. Edwards Demming was the father of Quality Control. Japan embraced it. Americans did not. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40790.2
A visionary that dramatically changed the automotive world. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40790.2.1Moderator
Bingo!!! (EOM) by John Bono #40790.2.2
In the mid-70's, I was a Quality Manager for a company that supplied parts to Ford, by Rick Scoville #40790.2.3
Wish I still had my '68 Corona 4-dr. Loved that little car. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40790.3
PICs: Which Thunderbird? '57 or '59 by John Bono #40789
I'm going for the Square Bird for that gorgeous interior. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40789.1Moderator
I like the '61 for that reason...and of course its stunning styling. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40789.1.1
I prefer the color of the '58, but the '57 has my heart. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40789.2
57 for me....no contest. Love the original concept. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40789.3
'57. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40789.4
'57 for me - I could never rationalise the same name for a 4 seater (EOM) by John Roberts #40789.5
Agree. (EOM) by John Bono #40789.5.1
Agree. A change to Thunderbulk may not have enticed buyers. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40789.5.2
'57 (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40789.6
The 58 for me. The 57 was nothing more than a Go-Cart. (EOM) by George Schire #40789.7
1957 (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40789.8
'59 (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40789.9
57 (EOM) by George Burgess #40789.10
'57, but an "F" code with a three speed transmission. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40789.11
YES!!! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40789.11.1
'57 for me. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40789.12
Two very different concepts. I'll just have to want both. (EOM) by David Holcombe #40789.13
A wise decision, David! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40789.13.1Moderator
1959! Much more comfortable than the '57 if you over 5'3" tall. Good Looks too! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40789.14
1957 even with the incorrect wheels. The 58 drivers side door and fender skirt by Bob Jackman #40789.15
You're right, Bob. I didn't notice. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40789.15.1Moderator
You passed the test, Bob. (EOM) by John Bono #40789.15.2
BOB ... Your X Ray Glasses do work .... You devil you !! :) (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40789.15.2.1
I'll bet that color would be very tough to match. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40789.15.3
1957 for purity of concept, and it just looks terrific in that color. (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40789.16
My fave color for this one was light blue. There was a metallic copper that was nice too. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40789.16.1
+1 (EOM) by Bruce Parsons #40789.16.2
T-birds should never have had more than 2 seats. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40789.17
I agree but the sales records say it all unfortunately. 4 seats was a hit! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40789.17.1
Can't pick just one, love them both. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40789.18
Wow all of these replies! The 2 seater is selfish but even in green by Don Anderson #40789.19
Eagle Eye Jackman. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40789.19.1
The '59 is nice but the Baby Bird is the best of these 2. (EOM) by John Bono #40789.20
PIC: A family and their Husdons by John Kuvakas #40788Moderator
Thanks, John, for a very good read. (EOM) by Terry Daly #40788.1
What a wonderful story. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40788.2
A Hudson story and a love story combined.......very nice indeed. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40788.3
A lovely family story - I enjoyed reading it. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40788.4
Wow! Wonderful story. I think I may hurry up and build the 3 remaining BRK Stepdowns I have! (EOM) by John Roberts #40788.5
Thanks John. Over the years I have found that talking with folks at car shows reveals by Bob Jackman #40788.6
Great story. What color(s) was the 55 convert.? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40788.6.1
Black/White with a black canvas top. Every year we would dye the top as it would fade by Bob Jackman #40788.6.1.1
Very nice car back then. Another one that should have been kept no doubt. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40788.
Jack, An identical car sold at auction about six months ago for $56,000 by Bob Jackman #40788.
Smart man you are !! Your "fleet" is awesome. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40788.
Hudsons are awesome cars, way ahead of the times. by Dick Johnson #40788.7
VID: Ford GT vs Ferrari 488 by John Kuvakas #40787Moderator
The $250K Ferrari lost to the $500K Ford GT. Not a fan of the exhaust note on either car. (EOM) by John Bono #40787.1
PIC: A variety for your viewing pleasure, by Dick Johnson #40786
Mmmm nice '58 Imperial. (EOM) by Al Dorado #40786.1
'60 Impala is the best of them all (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40786.2
Beautiful car but I wish GM had done the seat material different. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40786.2.1
I really liked the 60 Impala but I bought a 60 Ford Sunliner instead! (EOM) by George Burgess #40786.2.2
George, I have a Brooklin model that I will be refinishing... by John Roberts #40786.2.2.1
Monte Carlo Red (EOM) by George Burgess #40786.
Thanks! red and white interior? (EOM) by John Roberts #40786.
I really liked the 60 Ford (EOM) by George Burgess #40786.2.3
I really liked the 60 Impala (EOM) by George Burgess #40786.2.4
The 59 Furys are nice to see for a change. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40786.3
All very nice indeed (EOM) by John Roberts #40786.4
A decent collection right there and not a bad one amongst them. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40786.5
Never have seen a right hand drive Plymouth before. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40786.6
Seeing the '61 Ford, I'm reminded again how bland in appearance they were. (EOM) by George Schire #40786.7
We are all different. IMO there wasn't a 60s Galaxie that wasn't beautiful. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40786.7.1
+2 One of my favorites. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #40786.7.1.1
This was the last year that I loved the GTO styling. Sort of ok after that. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40786.8
+1. 67 was my favorite year for GTOs. After that they got ugh-ley! by Duncan Pohl #40786.8.1
1965 was my favorite year for GTO. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40786.8.1.1
The 59 Pontiac is a beauty in red, but the interior seems a bit gaudy. Is it original? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40786.9
Yes, those tri-color stripes were around for a few years. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40786.9.1Moderator
PIC: Not car related but enjoy, by Dick Johnson #40785
Black Lab pup in his pool is so cute! Thanks! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40785.1
pool of what? Anything to do with him?? (EOM) by John Roberts #40785.1.1
ZONE AUCTION HOT TIPS… Auctions Closing Today and a New 1/43 Listing #40784Moderator
Just some things to think on today, by Dick Johnson #40783
Good ones! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40783.1
Very clever and funny too. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40783.2
Love it. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40783.3
PIC: Some cars done by Ghia, by Dick Johnson #40782
Matrix made that Benz in 1/43 (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40782.1Moderator
Looks like a cross between a Mercedes and a Triumph Herald (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40782.2
sometimes Italian designs are just awful.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40782.3
and not all Italian women are Ginas or Sophias either. (EOM) by Don Anderson #40782.3.1
Oh no. Please say that isnt so ;) (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40782.3.1.1
Don Anderson better be kidding ....... Because that;s not funny .... Grinning (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40782.
Dennis...think moustache, hairy arm pits and very large. Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40782.
I've never seen that extended Ka before and I like it (PIC)... by John Roberts #40782.4
A better picture - Bagheera and The Flea. Will be working on getting them smaller! by John Roberts #40782.4.1
I reduced this good picture just so I could see your Ca / Ka (?) by David Holcombe #40782.4.2
Thanks David! The Ka is getting old now and many have.. by John Roberts #40782.4.2.1
STAY AWAY FROM THE KA!!! They are EVIL. by Andy Sixsmith #40782.
PIC: A custom 1963 Ford, by Dick Johnson #40781
$$$$$$$ under the hood! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40781.1
Hey Jack ... Ya think this is a trailer Queen ???? .... by Dennis Mong #40781.1.1
Yup.....mirrors = trailer queen. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40781.1.1.1
Nice! I would be afraid to drive it on the street. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40781.2
Each to their own of course but all that engine bay chrome doesn't excite me. by Jack Dodds #40781.3
+1. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40781.3.1
PIC: Before and after of a BMW 326 Drauz Roadster 1936. by Dick Johnson #40780
Incredible talent. Would love to see the progress pics. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40780.1
Yes in deed! (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40780.2
Very Happy Somebody saved this .... Looks VERY nice (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40780.3
Be careful what you wish for. by Michael Rodriguez #40779
ROFLMAO .... I know that is not that funny ... but it is funny (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40779.1
Too funny! I love it! (EOM) by George Schire #40779.2
Hilarious! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40779.3
Thats funny, thanks. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40779.4
But I loved my Mother-in-Law! (still, it was funny) (EOM) by Don Anderson #40779.5
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #40778
I think poor Mel took a tremendously unfair burn for a stupid, drunken comment. by Jack Dodds #40778.1
Paint rash... I'm noticing it on auctions from 1:43 to 1:12 and everything in between. by Robert Bolin #40777
Robert, no way to prevent it. Period. Paint rash can be eliminated if you're able... by Christopher Moroni #40777.1
I'm not aware of it being common in 1/43 models. Is it? Is it only in diecast? (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40777.1.1Moderator
Paint rash (a sub-standard paint job for a variety of reasons) can be found on, really, any... by Christopher Moroni #40777.1.1.1
(PICS) A good example of "diecast cancer." An Ertl 1/18 1960 Ford Starliner. by Christopher Moroni #40777.
"Paint rash" would simply look like (usually) tiny bubles under the paint. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40777.
Thanks, Christopher. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40777.
I've used 1:1 auto polish containing a cleaner and it removed the rash. (EOM) by John Bono #40777.1.2
There is probably a "how to" some where on this forum by Jeff Gaither #40777.1.2.1
PICs: Which Chrysler? '54 or '56 by John Bono #40776
'56 Hands down. (EOM) by Brian Cox #40776.1
+1 (EOM) by Ed Glorius #40776.1.1
After reading Dick's joke I think I had better go for the '54 rather than the newer '56 model. (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40776.2
That 56 is nice. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40776.3
I'll take "Dodge Power Wagon" for 20k, Alec. by Robert Bolin #40776.4
The forward-looking '56. (EOM) by Barry Levittan #40776.5
This '54 by a hair. The 56 is more exciting for sure but I like the 54 style best. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40776.6
If it was 55 vs. 54 then 55 would be the choice for me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40776.6.1
'56, 'though the 54 is also nice. (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #40776.7
If these were models I would pick the '54 for my collection. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40776.8
'54 today... (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40776.9
That's a great looking '54, but the '56 still wins in my book. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40776.10
I've been going back and forth for five minutes now and can't decide by Bob Jackman #40776.11
56 (EOM) by George Burgess #40776.12
56! Clean and modern design. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40776.13
The 54! I made the decision even before I was the photo of the 56. The 54 is classic design. by George Schire #40776.14
+2 We don'tt always agree, but I like 54 too. (EOM) by Gary Rockwood #40776.14.1
The 56. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40776.15
Being awkward I'd go for the one in the middle - '55 (EOM) by John Roberts #40776.16
Love them both. Can't decide. (EOM) by Ralph Regalbuto #40776.17
Another tie for me. (EOM) by John Bono #40776.18
1956. (EOM) by Sal Lomma #40776.19
Funny for the day, problem solved, by Dick Johnson #40775
A good one. (EOM) by John Bono #40775.1
Now that's called a reality check. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40775.2
LOL ! (EOM) by Mike DeTorrice #40775.3
Rolling On Tha Floor .... My Belly Hurts from Laughter ... he he he he he (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40775.4
LOL. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40775.5
A little history about President Dwight D. Eisenhower by Dick Johnson #40774
Latter on the Presidents Helo ride would have the call sign - "Marine One" (EOM) by Bruce Gibbins #40774.1
And here we have some customs, by Dick Johnson #40773
No thanks. (EOM) by John Bono #40773.1
The Chrysler Not-so-mini van driver is onto something...psychadellic drugs perhaps. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40773.2
More like a Chrysler Maxi-pad... (EOM) by Terence Slekar #40773.2.1
LOL! (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40773.2.1.1Moderator
With wings..... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40773.2.1.2
So what's custom about the Prius - looks unchanged to me. LOL (EOM) by Duncan Pohl #40773.3
That's the Prius Super Bore Sport Coupe. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40773.3.1
A lot of money spent on ugly. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40773.4
PICS: Dick's Boattail Cadillac shortened and cleaned up a bit..... by Terry Daly #40772
Now it is a Park Avenue Boattail! (EOM) by Lloyd Mecca #40772.1
The wheels are now ovals. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40772.2
Still a no-go for me. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40772.3
For Jack regarding Austin and Datsun... by John Roberts #40771
My first car was a 1979 Austin Marina by Robert Bolin #40771.1
You have my condolences. Not their best effort. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40771.1.1
Very interesting Robert. These were badged as Morris everywhere else... by John Roberts #40771.1.2
They were Austin Marinas in Canada. Brutally unreliable and poor QC. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40771.1.2.1
Thanks John. I wasn't aware of the Nissan name always being in Japan. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40771.2
Remember real news ? by Dick Johnson #40770
I do ... very well .... smoking all over TV Land USA !!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40770.1
Operation Mockingbird was in full swing by then. (EOM) by Al Dorado #40770.2
"Good night David" ...."Good night Chet," They were great! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40770.3
This era mentioned reminds me of how much I miss Walter Cronkite's CBS Evening News (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40770.4
Back when the News wasn't so "massaged" for political gain by conglomerates. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40770.4.1
PIC: Not car related but a nice way to start your day, enjoy. by Dick Johnson #40769
Adorable. (EOM) by John Bono #40769.1
+1 Especially the little guy asleep in his feed dish. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40769.1.1
+2. Bed and breakfast has a whole new image. (EOM) by Bob Jackman #40769.1.1.1
LOL. Good one. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40769.
PICS - I came across these pics and they reminded me of Paul Theriot or... by Marlowe Johnson #40768
Awesome. thanks for sharing these. (EOM) by Dick Johnson #40768.1
Nice work on the Corvalaxie (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40768.1.1Moderator
That's just GR8T Marlowe ... Just Gr8T ... You done went and got SMART on us ... he he he he (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40768.2
Thanks Marlowe. Funny thing I was just thinking of Paul yesterday. by Bob Jackman #40768.3
Reminiscent of the Corvette Nomad show car. (EOM) by Robert Bolin #40768.4
Please...no one say my beloved '59 Ford looks better that way! (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40768.5
" Oh Jack " ....... Who's your daddy now ? ... he he he he ( Just joking around ) (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40768.5.1
How about a boattail 61 Cadillac by Dick Johnson #40767
No, too busy. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40767.1
Fins don't mesh with the roof line. Prefer the Thunderstang by far. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40767.2
I like it more than that actual car. Two in a row. Any more? (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40767.3
Fins, skegs and a boat tail? That's one busy rear end. (EOM) by Michael Rodriguez #40767.4
Think the camera/computer maybe stretched this one just a little bit? by David Holcombe #40767.5
well, ehhh, I kind of like it.... (EOM) by Joop Gisbers #40767.6
A real "sharky" kind of ride. Love the profile and stance. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40767.7
I think I prefer the fence (EOM) by John Roberts #40767.7.1
I'm surprised you would picket over the Caddy. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40767.7.1.1
Not bad. (EOM) by John Bono #40767.8
This is a boat tail. And for only 95k. by Robert Bolin #40767.9
Some low mileage originals, by Dick Johnson #40766
The Caddy convert. is nice but that 6cyl. won't even get it out of the garage. Lol. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40766.1
... I had to look twice too. LOL (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40766.1.1
I thought tha 6 ... was on the '56 ??? (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40766.1.1.1
Pictures don't lie....... (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40766.
But captions sure can. (EOM) by Andy Sixsmith #40766.
The Grand Prix and Lincoln MKIII were both awesome in '69. I doubt by Jack Dodds #40766.2
That, for sure, is a rare car. He is sitting on his retirement account. (EOM) by Frank Kocour #40766.2.1
Dennis M. if I win the lottery I'm buying you that 70 Caddy! Its got your name all over it. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40766.3
The D4C has 2 or 3 Dennis M .... And that's spooky enough in itself !!! he he he (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40766.3.1
But 4 me ... I'm all OVER that '76 Caddy ... That has MY name all over it for sure !!!! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40766.3.1.1
What....I offer you the gorgeous 70 convert and you want the 76??? (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40766.
*** I would gladly accept your generosity *** - I am dumb ... But not that stupid (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40766.
*** Because a Caddy is a Caddy no matter what year *** by Dennis Mong #40766.
I have one word for you...."Catera",,,no, wait! I have two..."Cimmaron" ;o) (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40766.
+1 ... John - You're on the right page in the Hymnal (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40766.
Oh man...I hate those Cimmaron images in my brain. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40766.
That '70 Cadillac's tires are correct but can anyone confirm that red "piping" on the seats? by Christopher Moroni #40766.4
Think so....its a gorgeous car; even for a 70s product. Perfect color & trim. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40766.4.1
Chris ... I was wondering the same .... Investigation Discovery starts ... NOW ! (EOM) by Dennis Mong #40766.4.2
I don't remember seeing any with trim like that. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40766.4.3Moderator
I had a factory four speed 389 1969 Grand Prix. All black. Blue interior. Loved it. Good memories. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40766.5
Some very nice cars. (EOM) by John Bono #40766.6
On this day in automotive history. by Michael Rodriguez #40765
And that is when the Government STOLE our GM shares of stock. (EOM) by Andy Sixsmith #40765.1
Rick Waggoner, CEO, received $23 million in pension and stock upon resigning. (EOM) by Tim Kubiak #40765.2
Yeah but he has to live with being fired.........very, very well as it turns out. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40765.2.1
The new GM....... by John Bono #40765.3
..not much. Pretty old "news." (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #40765.3.1
I thought it would be easy to come up with the percentage of American cars that are built outside of by Frank Kocour #40765.3.2
The car market in China is actually significantly higher than in the USA. by John Kuvakas #40765.3.3Moderator
A YouTube car show originating in Australia recently commented on the decline by Bruce Gibbins #40765.3.3.1
I read some time ago that there are more Cadillacs and Buicks sold in China than in the USA. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40765.3.3.2
That's true. The whole reason GM kept Buick was becasue of the Chinese market. (EOM) by John Kuvakas #40765.
Interesting! Didn't know that. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40765.
During the bailout, the govt. wanted GM to cut expenses, partly by reducing their product lines by John Kuvakas #40765.
It seemed to me that, starting in the late 90s, GM stopped caring about Pontiac. The look by Jack Dodds #40765.
GM had better be careful. The "betrayal" factor could crush N. American sales. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #40765.4
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