Iíd research parts availability and price first. Then see if you can find the car thatís within your budget that offers the best price/parts availability. I myself suck at taking my own advice. I keep getting cars that no one makes parts for (Merkur/Cyclone/Falcon/Lancia Fulvia) and the list goes on. Price wise I think a GM is your best bet. You may want to look at the Chevelle clones i.e. cutlass or skylarks. T-Bird parts are getting more plentiful, but a Mustang would be your best bet with Ford. As fare as Mopars go, no disrespect DodgeRida67, but they tend to be pricey. I personally like the Mopar muscle cars, with there in your face looks. I just canít afford them. BTW, Iíve owned cars with hoods smaller than DodgeRida67 hood scoop. Being the nice guy that I am though, Iíll trade you straight up. Your Mopar for my crappy looking uh I mean cosmetically challenged í67 Falcon
. Hey, watch where you point that finger.