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    Most thought these things were ugly but with a li'l customizin', they could look pretty cool.

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    I miss my 286.

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    Still ugly.
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    The Mustang is a 65, mine was exactly so, except for the black leather interior with the pony emblems in every seat - it would brand you if parked into the sun.

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    My 51 Chev was cream top and burgundy bottom

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    If there were a third choice, it would have to be a 37 GMC pickup or a 1974 Diamond T COE class 8
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    Two that I owned. 55 Ford convertible and a 66 Mustang 2+2.

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    ^ The car I grew up in was a '55 Fairlane. Buckskin Brown and White. Had the 272 Y-Block 8 in it. My dad used to let me start it sometimes.
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    1963 Studebaker Avanti
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    I've driven an Avanti. That's a car that was way ahead of it's time. Just in case that image isn't working for anyone else...
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    I thought of this thread today when I saw this photo. This, friends and neighbors, is an amazing photo of a beautiful car. Automotive photography at it's best, from bringatrailer.
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    The first new car I purchased, bought it in fall of 68, It was the first Mach I in our area.

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    I have always had a thing for the 50's Porsches and the late 70's Fiat 124 Abarth Spiders:

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