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Old 06-28-2010, 03:42 AM
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Default Re: Vintage cars

now we're talkin something i know about ! way to go larry !
including what you've put down how about these in no perticular order -
68 - 72 olds 442
66 L-79 chevy II
68 -70 chevy nova ( yenko , big block , ss350 )
68-70 mustangs ( mach-1 , boss , cobra jet )
anything with shelby on it
68 - 71 camaro ( long list !)
66-72 dodge charger ( r/t , 383 , 440 . 440+6 , hemi , daytona )
69 - 71 dodge superbee also 70 superbird
cuda & challenger
tran-am / firebird
amc - amx , hurst scarambler , javilin
buick - gs , gsx
the list goes on and on ..
as far as the great people from oz , i believe Holden would be a big one
for england , sorry don't mean to offend any british members but vintage wise - a ------nothin !
the thing is though any of the new cars that have come out within say the last 10 years will flat out perform the vintage muscle . i purchased a 04 gto brand new ( i miss that car ) took it to the track , let out the rear tire air pressure and ran a 13.8 completely stock . i've restored many older muscle cars and other than the nostalgic feeling for them i would prefer new muscle .
i'll scan some picks of cars that i've done when i get them scanned , i've had some that most have never heard of like cosworth vega ! that is something that england did have , great racing engines ala cosworth !
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