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Old 02-02-2013, 05:05 AM   #20831
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Actually no.... I dont think theres any AMC's I want (Not even one of those Goofy Jeeps )

Just International, Cadillac, DeLorean, and Tucker
i actually did like the Gremlin. my grandmother had one. after a while they kind of grew on you!

the Tucker was a cool car for it's time and really not a bad looking car.
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Hey the first Corvette took 11 secs...

Im sure if DeLorean was in business longer, the car woulda got better...

Name me a modern car company that had a good car right at starting up..
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I said modern like the last 50 yrs or so.... The Model T was popular because people could afford it, not because it was "great".. Whats a model T's 0-60?? OH, thats right it had a top speed of 45.... And I dont have to worry about breaking my arm to start a DeLorean
I misunderstood, but Ford is one of the very, very few car companies that is still in existence in its original form. It is the only American car company that old.

Have you ever driven a Model T? At 45 MPH it feels like you are going the speed of sound. And then there is the no brakes thing. That is what made driving a challenge my friend! The Model T was indeed a great car. My best friend has a 1925 T Opera Coupe and we take it out all the time (its his favorite car to drive to the range). The thing is just a gas to drive.
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Have you driven a IH?... At 45 they feel like there going the speed of sound, and drum brakes arent much better..
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I would love of these a Caddy Sixteen...

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Have you driven a IH?... At 45 they feel like there going the speed of sound, and drum brakes arent much better..
Trez, i liked the IH Scout of the late 70's and early 80's. they were pretty cool. one of the guys i went to high school would drive his dad's Scout to school. believe it or not, it got almost as much attention as the new Camaros or Mustangs did.
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I wouldnt mind one of these either.. it just had a 2 cylinder motor with a Kerosene heater on the floor
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the IH Scout i'd like to have!
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Have you driven a IH?... At 45 they feel like there going the speed of sound, and drum brakes arent much better..
I learned how to drive in a 1964 IH crew cab pickup truck, so yes I have. My father in law had an 80, I think it was a '63. I almost had it back in the family but lost it by a couple of days. I couldn't get a trailer to pick it up.

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I would love of these a Caddy Sixteen...

My buddy's dad had a sexy Nash. I think it was a Hollywood? Very rare car though. I got to drive it once, but only on their private roads (he owned a winery in Hollister at the time so they had plenty of private roads to drive on). Never got to open it up though.

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I wouldnt mind one of these either.. it just had a 2 cylinder motor with a Kerosene heater on the floor
What did they call those little things? There was one down the street from the gas station I worked at years and years ago that never moved. I always wanted that thing!
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of course my all time favorites are the 2nd generation Pontiac T/A's! i have had few of them over the years, but these two are on my bucket list, again!
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Jessie17 has no idea what random toughts are, and he might me homophobic.

My burger is almost ready, should I sauce it now and cover it with cheese, or put the sauce on the bun...I think both.

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