What is your number 1. Fav. classic car?

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Just like the title says, what is it?

Mine would be a 1979 Thunderbird Heritage... I even had one once... wish I could have a running, good condish one... what a great project that would be.

posted by  TheFieroKid

I have to say the 1966 Mustang :hi:

http://www.romanpopulaire.com/images/autos/ford/mustang/ford_mustang_1966_e nsemble_gt.jpg

posted by  chris_knows

1967 Mustang GT 500 "Eleanor" :thumbs:

posted by  nightroad

'63 vette

posted by  Scolson

I used to have one just like that... Well, except for the fact that the glass was all knocked out, the vinyl roof was ripped off and the interior was gutted for hobby stock racing. Other than that, it was EXACTLY the same.

posted by  vwhobo

That poor car... the interior is part of what makes it such a great car...

posted by  TheFieroKid

What made it great for me is that it had a freshly rebuilt C6 and 400M (maybe a 351M, I forget), and the car cost me free dollars, delivered to my shop. Sold all the parts I didn't need which paid for my fuel cell, harness, seat and cage. Ran that sucker for two seasons and never did anything except replace tires and beat out the fenders. Cheap racing at it's best.

You do know that it weighs over 4000 pounds, has a ladder frame and no crumple zones to speak of. Seems to me like you're in love with a certified death machine.

posted by  vwhobo

Ya when I have one and drive it daily then you can imply what you are... till then... nope... because if I had one... itd probably never be driven except to shows, and maybe the rare friday or saterday night out.

posted by  TheFieroKid

Soooo many choices....I'd probably have to say the '69 Mustang Boss 429.

posted by  jedimario

Wow Im suprised by how many mustangs are being chosen.

But then again im not even a ford guy... just something about that 79 tbird I just love.

But I should amend my thoughts there... its really a tie... I like the 74 Dodge Dart fastback just as much... wouldnt mind one of those either...


posted by  TheFieroKid

And why does it surprise you? Got something against Mustangs? :evil: Lol j.k My favorite as stated before is the 1969 Shelby GT500

posted by  Pythias

I okay i guess i gotta do the votin' for Chevy.

1967 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle LS6

posted by  Coffin Type R

Yeah, I second his vote. The 69 Boss 429 happens to be my favorite classic car also. :thumbs:
http://www.mach1registry.org/photopost/data/500/4081969_Ford_Mustang_Boss_4 29_black_fsv_KRM.jpg

posted by  elchango36

So hard to choose just ONE... I guess it'd either be 1969 Dodge Charger or a 1970 Pontiac Firebird :wink2:

posted by  car_crazy89

Everytime someone says classic car I always think of mustangs.

posted by  GreekWarrior

Well the mustang has never been one of my favs and on top of that you see how many people are saying the mustang... well ive never been one to go with the crowed. Infact because so many people like it, makes me want to dislike it for that reason alone. Im not saying its not a nice car, or not fast or anything like that... just styling isnt me.

posted by  TheFieroKid

Sorry, but that sort of attitude is lame, and not just about cars. You can LIKE a car and not want it, due to being too popular. I understand that completely. But DISLIKING something specifically due to others LIKING it really is ignoring the merits of the thing itself. That's mno better than liking it BECAUSE it's popular.

Now to answer your first question, when I think classics, I think more than just musclecars, too.

My #1 favorite is the original Ford GT40 Mk 1, followed by the '63 Ferrari 250 Lusso, '66 Lamborghini Miura, and '37 Talbot Lago T150C.

For affordable classics, the BMW 6 series from the '70s ranks right up there, as well. But I love so many cars...

posted by  ChrisV

I must admit I get a bit fed up reading cliched posts from young members on various forum boards about CarX being "badass" or "rad" or "wicked" or "legend". For instance the preoccupation with the poor handling '67 'Eleanor' line of body roll mustangs. Sure some of the cars are handsome, but many of them just aren't suitable for a pleasurable drive after the initial thrill has subsided. To me it's like the constant reminder of how good, piss weak actors like Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, Marlon Brando, etc were.

posted by  Wally

And everybody seems to be thinking "muscle" instead of "classic". Ok, with the exception of the T-bird....

Now I may be stretching the definition a bit but to me a good classic would be something like a nice Duesenberg.....


Yeah, now that's classic. (to me) :mrgreen:


posted by  theman352001

Ok, i never liked marilyn as an actress... and james dean I can take or leave... but Marlon Brando? come on! On the River Front is one of the best movies ever made.

posted by  TheFieroKid

F that dude, I don’t like the mustang... period, it doesn’t matter what reason I give for it... if I don’t like it I see no merits in it... Why is that so hard for you to get?

STOP trying to make me like every thing, or give props to the stuff I dislike... cause it isn’t going to happen!

posted by  TheFieroKid

Well I also love the 1959 Impala

Impala (http://www.hotrodhill.com/images/1959%20Impala%20HT/MVC-463S.JPG)

Any 50's or early 60's Cadillacs (more hearse or 2 door, but the 4 doors are nice too)

Cadillac (easier then finding 50's/60's pics) (http://100megsfree4.com/cadillac/)
1961 Hearse (http://louvre.tribe.net/tribe/upload/photo/0bc/7bd/0bc7bdd4-8d3b-4c16-9fef -0aac9e5fc917)

Any old Thunderbird

Thunderbird History (http://www.albeedigital.com/supercoupe/articles/tbird_history.html)

There's many others (as I like pretty much anything really).

posted by  car_crazy89

WTF? I even said you didn't have to like it, just use an damn intellignet reason for it. Or there's no reason to respect what you have to say.

Why is it that you think that closing your mind up tight is a GOOD thing and a valuable goal? If you can't see that disliking somthing that you would otherwise think is good, simply because someone LESE likes it is lame, then your mentally challenged. Why is it a valuable goal to you to hate things for NO reason? Why should ANYONE respect that?

Oh, wait, I forgot YOU can have any opinion YOU want, but no one can call you on your retarded reasonong. Because as you said, it's more important to NOT have a reason for anything you do or think.


posted by  ChrisV

i like the full size mid seventies gms.

posted by  adamc44

Why do I have to have a reason for not liking something? Perhaps it just rubs me the wrong way? You have no right requiring this shit from someone just because they don’t like something... You really need to get over your self, dude its a ****ing car forum people are going to dislike things and like other things, you cant control every thing!

Seriously realize that and you’ll be a much happier person...
Not everything in life has to be a learning experience... shut off the brain and let things go... life is too short for this kind of banter on a daily bases... which is what your making it.

Sure the SUV thread was fun the first time around... but now its just redundant... How long are you going to beat the dead horse before you realize its not getting up?

I’ve met more then my fair share of your type of people in my life, always have to be right, cant accept that others are going to disagree with you for no apparent reason, get over zealous in an argument and start the name calling… you guys are a dime a dozen.
I have no respect for you or your thoughts after the way you’ve come after me and the name-calling… I would not believe a word you said ever if your tongue came notarized… any person who will speak to another person in such a demeaning way deserves no respect from any one… let alone the one he’s trying to convince of his side.

Seriously now its time to give up this battle with me and move on... you aren’t going to win (I refuse to fight any longer) and your just going to start embarrassing your self when you lose self control again.

posted by  TheFieroKid

Exactly. I used to nto like Mustangs when I was 13 yrs old because ssooo many people had them around me. but I grew out of that quickly, seems I was one of the few though.

posted by  Pythias

I got your back (and welcome back, by the way).

1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88


posted by  Godlaus

that's fine, but that's also not what you said in your other post. you said "Infact because so many people like it, makes me want to dislike it for that reason alone."

you are so set in your ways that you dont even realize what he's saying. he is NOT saying that you have to like it. he's saying your reason is illogical, which i agree with.

life is too short to worry about pointing things out when you see a flaw in the way people think? in that same thread of logic, life is too short to worry about what people drive... right?

i'd say about the same amount of time as you spend telling him that you dont want him to try to chang your mind

what about the dime-a-dozen type that get set in their ways and refuse to admit that MAYBE someone they dont know can be right about something, and refuse to open their minds to outside sources of experience? what about the dime-a-dozen that try and end an argument by saying "i refuse to argue anymore, so that mean's i'm a bigger man then you"?

yea... because the fact that he called you names (while i fail to see the justification in doing so) means that all his facts are wrong... way to go using logical reasoning there...

seriously now, it's time to stop refusing to listen to experience that contradicts your own, and your "independent sources". there might be somethin in it... and you're only embarassing yourself by being this much of a brick wall.

posted by  pik_d

The point is I don’t have to have a reason for not liking something, opinions don’t have to be fact based. I said perhaps it rubs me the wrong way as an example of a reason that cant have any logical base to it… because it doesn’t have too… and that needs to stop being required of us to have an opinion.

Of course you agree with him...what a fing surprise.
No he’s saying I have to give a reason for not liking something, there doesn’t have to be a logical reason for liking anything.

No life is too short to argue till your blue in the face. Which is why I’d like to stop… I have other things in life to worry about other then if you believe me.


Whatever happened to live and let live?
I am willing to hear from other out side sources... but I don’t know him from Adam, and I don’t trust any one I meet on the net... when some one I know I real life offers me the same evidence I may give it a 2nd and closer look, but just because I’m willing to look doesn’t mean ill change my mind, and open mind is one simply willing to look at the other side.
Id say we are more like a quarter a dozen...

Name-calling is the lowest form of arguing and by resorting to it he’s demonstrated the futility of his argument. If he feels all he has left are insults to relay on how trustworthy can is "facts" really be? Plus he gives me no reason to want to learn when he starts the name-calling.

And its time for you to do the same. All I’ve seen you do is defend chrsv at every turn... never once did you even began to sway in your argument which says to me your being as big a brick wall as him or I.

The basic fact that SUVs are taller and heaver make them more dangerous, no matter if empirical data that sports cars roll more then SUVs (which I fail to see how as they are lower to the ground, have stiffer suspension and less body roll, except in extreme situations, SUVs are known to roll in basic defensive driving maneuvers). This is basic knowledge, they are heaver and taller which is why so many people buy them... So if I’m the close minded one why have you failed to recognize the inherent danger of something tall and heavy hitting something small and light? Seems to me an open mind would be willing to accept that.

posted by  TheFieroKid

I like Mercury Cyclone or The Amc Javelin with the 401
The javelin is hands down the sexiest classic car

posted by  Aondor

As much as I like a lot of the pre-1973 Muscle & Classic Cars (Charger, Mustang, Camaro, Chevelle, El Camino, Cuda, Challenger, Impala, Bel Air, GTO, Galaxie, Falcon, Cougar, Caprice, etc) I'm afraid I have to go with the 73-77 Monte Carlo. Why? Is it because I own a 76 MC? Possibly, but more to the point, I like being unique. How often is it that when you go to a car show that you see any of the 1973-1977 GM A-bodies (Grand Prix, Grand Am, Can Am, Le Mans, GTO, Century, Regal, El Camino, Chevelle/Malibu/Laguna, Monte Carlo, Cutlass)? The answer 9 times out of 10 is slim to none. There are tons of mainstream pre-1973 muscle & classic cars at these shows and as cool as they are, being unique is even better. So my answer will remain the 73-77 Monte Carlo. But, here are some of my other favs:

1973 Hurst Olds

1973 Chevrolet Chevelle SS-454

1973 Buick Gran Sport Stage 1

1976 Pontiac Le Mans

1977 Oldmobile 442

1977 Pontiac Cam Am

posted by  76MonteMan

did anyone else notice that the badges on the side of this car say "boss 428" not 429. just thought id point that out.

my fav would be a 1970 monte carlo ss or a 1970 chevelle ss 454

posted by  glagon1979

these are cool too
sorry if its concidered advertizing :mrgreen:
vwhobo will like these

posted by  glagon1979

Isn't it supposed to??
What I noticed is the license plate, "BOS HEMI". Would that be in reference to a Hemi engine?? Kinda wierd..

posted by  jedimario

I'm not sure about the Hemi part, but there was the 428 Cobra Jet and 428 Mach 1.

posted by  car_crazy89

but he said he liked the 429 mustang and posted a picture of a boss 428 mustang.

posted by  glagon1979

Oh, well in that case I have no idea, sorry about that.

posted by  car_crazy89

How about a Peel Trident or P50?

http://pages.zoom.co.uk/elvis/peeltri.jpg http://pages.zoom.co.uk/elvis/p50peel.jpg

posted by  vwhobo

It's a Boss 429, no such thing as a Boss 428. The Boss 429 V8 was the engine the Mustang used at the time to run in Nascar. As for the pic, I posted the first big pic of a "69 Boss 429", as that's what I typed in google to get an image fast, I didn't feel a need to analyse every inch of it. I guess thats either a rebadged Mach 1 or the picture's just fuzzy.

posted by  elchango36

Whoops, I thought he said 429, not 428 :doh:....
Now that you mrntion it though, that is kinda wierd. Somethin tells me that Mustang isn't quite right.

posted by  jedimario

I would consider the No1 classic car to be a Beetle or Mini.

posted by  Wally

The picture is just fuzzy.

posted by  ChrisV

With Muscle considered, I'd have to go with an AMC Javelin, or AMX. Late '60s of course.

Muscle aside, 1975 AMC Gremlin. Will drop panties faster than a bottle of tequila.

posted by  BlueMeanie

The 1969 Boss 429 with the first S-code engine has to be my fav. also. I love the side scoops and the shark like front end that the 70 never had. I had to settle for the next best thing a 69 Mach 1. But i can still dream!!

posted by  Youngstang

1969 Yenko Nova 427 V8.Makes me twitch thinkin about it.

posted by  sandlercd_22

1961 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spyder




posted by  95civicdima

1969 GTO convertible. My karate teacher had one of these in blue and hardtop.http://www.moviepicturecars.com/movie_cars/Muscle_cars/1969%20GTO%2 0Conv.jpg

posted by  newyorker

http://www.carstyling.ru/car.asp?id=2084 Yea enough said. (assuming prototypes count) if not then:
http://www.onlinewallpapers.net/wallpapers/Transport/1971PlymouthHemiCudaCo upef3q1970DodgeChallengerTransAmCoupeSv.jpg

1971 hemi 'cuda.

posted by  stuffusbus

I have a few favs

http://www.manciniracing.com/photo_gallery/pictures/71_340_demon_front.jpg< br /> 71 demon

69 chevelle

69 boss 302


posted by  Benson

my fave is the 69 firebird:hi: :hi: :hi: :hi: :hi:

posted by  zackman

Who makes that Demon?
As for my favorites:
'73 Ford Mustang Fastback (my pops has one of these)
'68 Pontiac GTO
'68 Dodge Charger

posted by  Dr. Beer M.D.

1970 Chevy Nova SS:clap:

posted by  thefletch

Well in terms of classic MUSCLE car, I would have to say mine would be either the 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 or the 1970-72 Pontiac Trans AM.

Now if its a real CLASSIC car...not a muscle car, then without a doubt it would be the 1957 Plymouth Fury AKA "Christine". :mrgreen:

http://img382.imageshack.us/img382/7369/fury9xl.jpg (http://imageshack.us)

posted by  SlipKnoT

Dodge. They only made them in '71 and '72 if im correct.

posted by  Benson

mine would have to be the 1970 chevelle ss convertible, ls6.

posted by  carls47807

the movie christine was actually a '58 belvedere...

posted by  dodger65

is the Dodge Dart. I love all of the mopars. My first favorite car was the 71 cuda. But over the years I have become a Dart lover. My favorite Dart is the one that I own, the 67. I really like the look of the body on the 67/68. I also really like the 71 swinger, had one of those with a 318 and stupidly sold it. Smaller but looks good.

Just saw a car magazine with an article about the prototype new dodge challenger for 2007. It looks amazingly like the 70 challenger. I am glad they are making new cars with the body shapes of the old classics. very cool. of course it has a 425hp hemi in it. And of course, in the end, I would still rather have an old one rather than a new one but I wouldn't kick it out of my bed so to speak. lol.

My favorite thing about mopars are the front ends. nobody designed the front end they way mopar did/does. I know you guys are into rearends but we girls like front ends. LOL.

Here is a pic of my dart. Ignore the dent from the Asplundh truck that backed into it.

Also, I'm attaching a photo of my italian grandmother standing in front of some really neat looking car. Anyone know what it is?


posted by  mountaingirl

and not just as links?

stupid question I know.

posted by  mountaingirl

Make a photobucket account, and upload them onto there.

posted by  chris_knows


posted by  mountaingirl

looks like a '49-'52 hudson to me...:2cents:

posted by  dodger65

mine...Black 1967 Shelby GT 500

posted by  pulp_fiction

Popularized by Gone in 60 Seconds....

posted by  Dr. Beer M.D.

Gotta love thosed cars though! :drool:

I saw a late 60's early 70's?.......Mach1 today, a rare sight in UK roads :drool:

posted by  Cliffy

Datsun 2000 Roadster or maybe Cobra 427 Roadster

posted by  VG30DE

The 1968 Hurst/Olds...:thumbs:

This strory is from Hurstolds.com .
In 1968, GM had a corporate edict that forbade the installation of any engine larger than 400 cubic inches in an intermediate body. Thus, the 442 had a 400, the Chevelle a 396 and the GTO a 389. Shifter mogul George Hurst had a '68 442 that he had swapped an Olds 455 into, and found the swap to be not only successful, but relatively simple. Not only was there an increase in power, but the 455 actually weighed less then the 400 it replaced, so the 442's legendary handling remained intact. George's right-hand man, Jack "Doc" Watson, took the idea of the engine swap a few steps further, adding special paint, a Hurst shifter, engine modifications, and a walnut dash applique, and the Hurst/Olds was born.

The first Hurst/Olds was almost a sleeper. Sedate looking in its silver and black paint scheme, it was far from sedate acting with 390 horsepower nestling under the hood. Based on the already potent 442, the H/O featured a special Toronado-only paint color, Peruvian silver, accented with black stripes and a black trunk. The 442's 400 was replaced with a hot-rodded 455 from the Toronado, which featured big-valve heads, lumpy cam, specially modified carb and distributor, and the W30's ram air induction system, with twin scoops under the front bumper. Air conditioned cars lost 10 horsepower, but still, the "gentleman's hot rod" was able to show its taillights to most competitors. A unique feature found on the '68 was the red plastic inner fender liners, which were slipped into the package by Olds boss John Beltz. On the inside, the '68 featured a walnut inlay on the dash panel and a short plastic console that housed the Hurst Dual Gate shifter. Production started on the cars late in the model year, and was handled by Demmer Engineering in Lansing, MI. Demmer had only about 30 days to convert the planned run of 500 cars. Olds had thousands of orders it couldn't fill, and the production run was finally upped to 515 to accomodate a Lansing area Olds dealer who demanded more cars. The '68 was a success by any standard, and would pave the way for a long relationship between Oldsmobile Division and Hurst Performance.
:drool: :drool: :drool:

posted by  onionman

Favorite classic American is the '69 Chevelle SS

Non-American, First-generation Porsche 911

posted by  moostang104314

If we're talking German, I'm quite a fan of the Porsche 356 A Speedster
http://www.mercadolibre.com.mx/org-img/preview/MLM/072005/8490290_496.jpg http://vea.qc.ca/vea/v/po356as55.jpg

posted by  elchango36

if its german cars then its the ferrari dino for me:hi: http://www.italiancar.com.au/images/image13530_b_lg.jpg

posted by  mx3_monster

Check you link...it clearly says ITALIAN :banghead:

posted by  elchango36

ooooooops:ohcrap: :ohcrap: :banghead: damn i forgot sorry bout that one

posted by  mx3_monster


1971 plymouth 'cuda

posted by  TanyasMkIISupra

Id love to own and modify one of these...no joke at all

Vw Karmann Ghia

posted by  nighthawk


Gotta love those old Stangs.....

posted by  Cliffy

My favorite classic is either the Shelby Cobra 427 like the one in my sig, or a 1937 victoria 1507 convertible.
http://www.arthurdaleheritage.org/1930s/1937_Packard_Victoria_1507_Converti ble.jpg

posted by  Bubba

My favorite classics are:

1: Subaru 360

Messerschmitt KR-175, BMW Isetta, Goggomobils, 1955 Kleinschnittger, BAG Spatz, Solyto, Fiat 500, 1958 Zundapp Janus, Mini Comtesse, 1960 Fiat 600 Multipla, Bond Bug, Reliant Robin, all types of Austin/Cooper Minis, Brütsch Mopetta, Empolini Milano, Citroen 2CV, Autobianchi Bianchina Special Cabriolet, all types of Fuldamobils, 1957 Jurisch Motoplan, 1965 Honda S600, Mazda R-360 Coupe, both Scootacar models and the 1966 Peel Trident- for starters.

BMW 2002 Turbo
Corvairs and Corvans
AMC Pacer, Gremlin
Opel GT
Porsche 914
Volkswagen Buses, all years and models
Z-series Datsuns
Porsche 356, all models

And many more.

posted by  Bubs360

Any one of these:thumbs:

posted by  Fairmontage

Lamborghini Miura


posted by  OombaIsBack

........so, what are those?

posted by  dodger65

i gotta go with the '56 T-Bird. Just Beutifull http://www.nashnut.com/archives/m56bird1.jpg

'66 mustang convertable
'69 chevelle SS 396 convert.
'59 corvette roadster

posted by  davsmitty

my favorite classic car would be the 1963 Mercedes benz 190 because we have one!!

posted by  BigBoy214

They say you're "a faggot from streetfire", whatever that means. Is that true. How about a pic of your "190" with you in it holding something that says Car Forums. I don't think you've ever seen one up close much less owned one.

posted by  vwhobo

i bet money he doesnt come up with what you asked for!!!!

posted by  glagon1979

The first two are English Vauxhalls and the third is an Australian Holden FB.

posted by  Fairmontage

pretty cool looking...:thumbs:

posted by  dodger65

I'd really like a 1972 Torino Wagon. Besides that I'd have to be stereotypical and say 69 Camaro, 70 Chevelle, 70 El Camino.

posted by  Scolson

Mine would have to be the 1970 Buick GSX Stage II 390 hp 510 ft lbs tq. A classy car that will outrun about anything in stock form.:thumbs:

posted by  tydale3

Chuck is a FAG

posted by  tydale3

I'd better hear some moral outrage or else you'll all prove what I've said all along... That you're hypocrites who are only outraged when you don't like someone's viewpoint.

posted by  vwhobo

mine is 1973 vega hatchback because i have one :laughing:

posted by  Vegastar

1967 Camaro Z28
1967 Corvette L88

posted by  carfanatic21

mines gotta be the 1969 camaro X77

posted by  scottmandrake

I have to go with Chevy performance all the way!

1969 Chevelle SS
1969 Camaro SS
1970 Pontiac GTO-- Love the 06'z !!!
much better than dem' RUSTANGS--------------------------------------:laughing:

posted by  Hott99Camaro

You do know what the X77 code means, right? It's just a '69 Z/28 without the Z21 trim option, meaning it has the rallye stripe, but none of these:

black body sill
rear qtr moldings
driprail molding
wheel open moldings
blacked-out tailpan

It has nothing to do with the engine/trans/suspension, or any performance stuff.

posted by  ChrisV

my favorite is either the 69 boss or 67 shelby gt500. There was another shelby that I found on ebay that was even cooler though but I cant remember what it was called.

posted by  dhartley

I also love the '65-'66 fastback and '69 mach 1 fastback

posted by  dhartley

This is an old ass thread, but I'll pick the 250 GTO

posted by  Bronxie

87 GNX
70 GSX

Both outrageous buicks

posted by  fordslayer87

64 impala SS convertible - nuff said.

posted by  triple7allstar

I like the 1967 Pontiac Firebird. I mean that car just represents beauty.

posted by  CarCrazyManiac

i cant believe i posted in here (i dont remember it and i cant find a post i made) so it will have to be a 1954 Mercedes 300SL roadster in red!

posted by  True_Brit

Why red? Would you not fear the dreaded "red turns to pink" scenario? :laughing:

posted by  Cliffy

71-76 chevy wagon


posted by  adamc44

Never seen one of those before...kind of like a Hearse/Muscle car really...:hi:

posted by  Cliffy

Favorite classic car of mine was A1 Electric.A1 Electric carries the full line of Electric Life custom fit power window systems for many classic cars, muscle cars and trucks dating back to 1936. http://www.a1electric.com/images/musclecars.jpg

posted by  josh23

A1 Electric is not a classic car. It's not a car at all. It's a company that makes some parts for classic cars.

posted by  ChrisV

I like,

Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda Hardtop
Price: $702,000
Under the hood: 426 Hemi engine

A rare "triple black beauty" -- meaning its interior, exterior, and hardtop roof are all in matching black -- this is No. 128 of the 284 Hemi 'Cuda cars with four-speed transmissions from the class of '70. Hey, it's got a Hemi in it. 'Nuff said.

posted by  vino

toss up between the '71 hemi challenger (only 17 ever built) and the '68 cougar eliminator (cobra jet is my fave engine ever).

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