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    Late 50's Fairlane, Mid 60's LeMans, Late 60's Cougar, Shelby Mustang, Duster ad XKE
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    I love about all vintage American cars, especially muscle cars. Hard to choose. Having said that I am especially partial to my very own '68 Galaxie 500.

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    The 68 Mustang fastback is an all time favorite of mine. And just so I don't skip over some of my favorite American Touring cars, I like 1930's Cadillac, LaSalle, etc touring models. Never owned one but would like to. Here is a pic of the doors and interior of a 1937 Cadillac Touring for sale on Classic Cars.com. $18K and change. Not a bad price actually. A real luxury automobile in it's day.
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    I was also a Charger fan but I was always partial to the SEs, particularly with the three "opera windows" I believe they were called.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maloy View Post
    This thread really needs this link!

    https://bringatrailer.com/

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    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/19...ferret-mk-2-4/

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    Corvette Grand Sports

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    1949 Cadillac series 62 Fastback...

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    Haven’t seen one of those Caddies in forever !! Nice ^^^^^^ . My brother had aearly 50s’ chevy that looked like that back when he was in High School . He wrecked it those . Some guy creamed him ! Looked like this only brown color with black sidewalls .

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    Quote Originally Posted by chefduane View Post
    My three, not necessarily in this order: '40 Ford Coupe, '67 Chevelle SS, and the '68 Mustang Fastback in Bullitt scheme.
    My first car was a ‘69 Mustang 3 in the floor. I bought it in 1975 for $750. But mine was a Bondo special. Had been wrecked and pieced back together with Bondo instead of OEM body parts. And I put another $100/year in it to keep it running. I was my auto mechanics 101 & 102 car.
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