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Old 08-21-2014, 09:46 PM   #11
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I had a '64, sold it as I couldnt weld with a pacemaker and not rich enough as a teenager to fix it up. It will be mine once more though before I croak.
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Old 08-21-2014, 09:58 PM   #12
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I had a '64, sold it as I couldnt weld with a pacemaker and not rich enough as a teenager to fix it up. It will be mine once more though before I croak.
LOL....I had a 63 New Yorker in the late 80's when I was in HS.....looked almost like this but it had a paint brush machine grey paint job!! We drove this car everywhere and NO wooded/dirt trail was to much for it! Push button tranny!

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Old 08-21-2014, 10:22 PM   #14
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One of my Army buddies had a 63 New Yorker that he bought off an old lady who bought it new around Ft. Hood. We burned up the highways with that thing. Man, what a nice riding car. 413 Wedge with power & torque to spare.
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Check this one out on Ebay:


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Holy cow, is that thing clean and only 30k on the clock.

It is not my dream car but I would definitely sport it.
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Wrong, wrong, and wrong.

The correct answer is:


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Yes indeed. This car is definitely in my top 5.

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1968 Shelby GT500 convertible just like this one. Bonus points for a KR model.

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YES...YES...YES!!!!! or this 911 turbo RUF/BTR would be fun to zip around in!

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or a Singer 911....

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That 911 is so clean. Love it in black especially.
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Gotta agree with Balz......the Daytona is one of my all time faves.


But, I am really torn between three


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Yep, im with fastback, Ford GT40 or even a Ford GT. Although if I were to be given any car I could ask for I'd go with bugatti veyron, even though I don't like the way it looks.

But if I were to buy a car (Having just won the lottery) Lamborghini Aventador(400k), Ford GT (250-400k), or a Ferrari 458 speciale(220-260k)

Depending on how much I won I'd lean towards the Ferrari or a cheaper Ford GT.
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Gotta agree with Balz......the Daytona is one of my all time faves.


But, I am really torn between three


Superbird
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67 427 Vette
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That 67' Vette and the ACR are so sick.
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