That's just damned cute.
He knew he was going down.:)
But his looked like much more fun.
I had a 60 and a 63. Wish I still had them. Great car. Loved the electric overdrive.
You are right. The "family" out grew it, but we didn't.
Now days, the cars we had when we were "kids", we can't afford as adults. I gave $4,000 for my 63 back in 1976. Now I see them going for 60-90K.
The killer is...... It has lots of potential and an excellent candidate for full restoration.
If I was younger, I'd enjoy such a project. :)
For a trip...1959 cadillac.
For zipping around...1967 gto
Don't know at the the Caddie but a 67 Goat would be nice.
Only problem with that, is you need a still to make fuel for it.
This one is listed on eBay for $1500...if you're interested.
Fuel? I think they do run on moonshine.
$1500 for that, I'll pass. : )
Yep.. you make moonshine with a still.. lol
Okay, I wasn't sure about it.
Thought maybe it was a bargain
1968 Corvette Stingray.
And the amazing looking sidepipe exhaust.
Truthfully though, I'd much rather have a brand new convertible Corvette ZR6. I got to drive one on a race course set up in the parking lot of Hershey Park. Chevy was doing a promotion.
It would cost $1500 a year just for insurance so, probably not the most financially responsible choice.
I just like a bigger car. Porsche is great but too small for me.
1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback
I'm not a big fan of Ford in general, but when I think of the most attractive automotive designs, the '36 Ford pickup is arguably the most beautiful pickup ever made.
Can I have two?
and a Volvo p1800
Dodge Charger 1969 R\T
This is interesting.
And thanks for the great tune.
She really got butthurt when the black man didn't agree with her.
Some people are just not happy unless they can create a way to be offended.
Indeed. The black card...fail
What stupid people, it sounds fake no southern accents.
jazzy Some were ok but those really fat styles not so good looking. Our neighbors had a barn full of those old things, we kids used them for every game, especially jump till it bends. Don't get mad by the time they tore down that barn all the cars were just sent to a junkyard as nobody wanted such a thing in the 70's
My first car was a ' 57 Ford T-bird 2-door hard top metal flake.
1957 DODGE lancer