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    If I had the money, my collection would be as big as Jay Leno's from the 40's to the present.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namvet View Post
    they ran like a raped ape. new they set ya back 6-8 thousand. now restored at lest 50 thousand
    A mint condition '62 or '63 300C, similar to the 300H I posted above ebayed for over a hundred grand. I blame Barrett Jackson and similar operations for the skyrocketing price of vintage muscle.

    I've never been a GM fan, but the GTO and Old's Delta series does get respect from me.
    "In England a king hath little more to do than to make war and give away places; which in plain terms, is to impoverish the nation and set it together by the ears. A pretty business indeed for a man to be allowed eight hundred thousand sterling a year for, and worshipped into the bargain! Of more worth is one honest man to society and in the sight of God, than all the crowned ruffians that ever lived."
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    Quote Originally Posted by malloc View Post
    A mint condition '62 or '63 300C, similar to the 300H I posted above ebayed for over a hundred grand. I blame Barrett Jackson and similar operations for the skyrocketing price of vintage muscle.

    I've never been a GM fan, but the GTO and Old's Delta series does get respect from me.
    a hundred grand is a screwing without any Vaseline !!!

    I picked one of these on the west coast during the war. 62 Impala SS with a 409 and four speed. we used to take it to santa cruz for weekend binges. :D I was gonna dump the engine off to a local boat racer and drop a smaller engine in to drive home. speed boaters loved em. but a friend of mine rolled it on the base one night when i was gone for training. to his credit he paid off my load. I brought a 64 impala SS and it made it home.



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    almost forgot. here's some junkers if you wanna restore them. i can't vouch for this site

    http://www.daves-classic-cars.com/1960s.htm



    man what a shame. 3500 bucks
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    69 Mustang


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    And the 1940 Packard
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    Quote Originally Posted by namvet View Post
    almost forgot. here's some junkers if you wanna restore them. i can't vouch for this site
    I'm already restoring a '77 Corvette T-Top. Slowly but surely as I have the time and cash. This car is pretty interesting because it has a lot of the '78 features because it was produced late in the model year. It even has a factory car alarm, which I wasn't even aware they had as an option in the '70's. It was in good shape when I bought it, it really just needs interior, an engine overhaul and some suspension work.

    I'm actually a big Mopar fan, and I had a 72 Dart I was working on, but Mopar parts are just too expensive to buy and too time consuming to track down. With the Vette, I can find original new-old stock parts with a single phone call, and they are comparatively cheap too!
    "In England a king hath little more to do than to make war and give away places; which in plain terms, is to impoverish the nation and set it together by the ears. A pretty business indeed for a man to be allowed eight hundred thousand sterling a year for, and worshipped into the bargain! Of more worth is one honest man to society and in the sight of God, than all the crowned ruffians that ever lived."
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    Quote Originally Posted by malloc View Post
    I'm already restoring a '77 Corvette T-Top. Slowly but surely as I have the time and cash. This car is pretty interesting because it has a lot of the '78 features because it was produced late in the model year. It even has a factory car alarm, which I wasn't even aware they had as an option in the '70's. It was in good shape when I bought it, it really just needs interior, an engine overhaul and some suspension work.

    I'm actually a big Mopar fan, and I had a 72 Dart I was working on, but Mopar parts are just too expensive to buy and too time consuming to track down. With the Vette, I can find original new-old stock parts with a single phone call, and they are comparatively cheap too!
    GET R DONE !!!! post some pics...........
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    Power Block TV. I get a kick out of watching these guys do just about anything you can think of. their on every sat morning. tool bar at the top. ( includes muscles)

    http://www.powerblocktv.com/site3/
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    Quote Originally Posted by malloc View Post
    '62-'72 Hands down.

    Two in particular,

    My dream car if I ever strike it rich:

    1962 Chrysler 300H Convertible


    A close second:

    1969 Plymouth GTX

    You have excellent taste in cars my friend. :D
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