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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 41rodderz, Jun 29, 2019.

  1. 41rodderz
    Joined: Sep 27, 2010
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    from Oregon

    If you could only pick three vehicles total to have forever, in your garage/driveway , what would they be ?
     
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  2. 41rodderz
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    Mine would be a replica of my Dad's 1937 Chevy coupe modified, an early 60's Econoline pick up and a 1935 to 1965 shop truck.
     
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  3. My wifes 66 chevy truck. The 55 wagon. & 64fairlane htp.
     
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  4. 41rodderz
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    Very cool.
     
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  5. Andy
    Joined: Nov 17, 2002
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    I guess I already have them.
    60 Chevy 2 door post Bel Air
    32 Ford Henry roadster
    32 Ford Henry 3W

    I sure would like to have another 55 Mad.
    I kinda miss the Jag XKE V12
     
  6. Tri-power37
    Joined: Feb 10, 2019
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    (1) My first car again 65 Corvair Corsa because it drove so nice and because it was my first car. (2) Chopped top Merc because after all we are dreaming (3) Any c2 corvette.
     
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  7. Trad-style A roadster
    ‘64 lightweight Hemi-powered Plymouth Savoy
    ‘57 Vette Fuelie (so I can ignore all your waves as I pass by)
     
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  8. southcross2631
    Joined: Jan 20, 2013
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    69 Hemi Charger 500 like the one I had to sell when I went Vietnam.
    62 Corvette 327 -340 hp.
    41 Willys coupe.
     
  9. brady1929
    Joined: Sep 30, 2006
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    from Mesa, Az

    Model A roadster
    32 ford 3w
    32 ford Tudor
     
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  10. exterminator
    Joined: Apr 21, 2006
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    my 40 ford pickup I now own,57 nomad and 33 ford 5 window I both use to own.:(
     
  11. Oldioron
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    64 Fairlane I have it.
    61 Falcon two door wagon
    Like my folks bought new
    66 Fairlane two door HT
    Like my first car
     
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  12. woodiewagon46
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    from New York

    I have my Deuce Roadster and a '46 Ford "Woodie". I often say my next car would be something like a '40 Ford Coupe or Tudor Sedan, but not go overboard on it. SBC, auto trans, 9" and disc brakes for reliability. I'd keep the body in primer and a Mexican blanket interior. As it is now, I drive the heck out of my cars, but when it rains the Woodie and Roadster take a week to clean. When the weather forecast is crap, I'll take the '40 and don't get stressed, drive it hard and put it away wet.
     
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  13. Jalopy Joker
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    20190602_080757.jpg SAM_8062.JPG 20190622_095223.jpg these are the 3 for today, forever not possible for me
     
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  14. belair
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    65 Gran Sport Riviera, 34 Ford highboy, and a 57 Nomad. Man that's leaving a lot of cars on the table.
     
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  15. brokedownbiker
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    The Dream Team Trio, huh? Okay: 1950 Chevy Fleetline 2 door, 1967 Camaro, 1967 C-10 long bed.
    A close fourth would be a '31 Ford Touring car custom tub.
     
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  16. pkhammer
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    1932 Ford Pickup powered by a 331 Cadillac (working on that one now), '33 Ford 3 window powered by a 425 Buick Nailhead and a '40 DeLuxe coupe powered by a 354 hemi.
     
  17. quick85
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    Easy. A Ferrari 206 or 246 Dino, a '67 Camaro SS/RS with a 350 and four speed and,
    and, and...the oh so simple 1966 Nova Sport Coupe 327/300 with Powerglide that I
    had in high school in 1967.

    By the way, I sold my Nova to buy the '67 Camaro I mentioned.
     
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  18. 64-7 Corvette coupe
    56 nomad
    36 Ford 3 window

    Two of those change periodically, one has been consistant since I was a kid.
     
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  19. 1ton
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    Something slow---Original model a, A good hotrod that is a handful to drive and a high dollar supercar to take to the track on weekends. Maybe an R8? None of them would have a/c.
     
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  20. 41 GMC K-18
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    My choices would be,
    1947 Dodge Model D-24 3 window business coupe, "I have that"
    1948 Chevrolet Fleetline Aero sedan, my dad owned one.
    1935 Amilcar Pegasse racer Grand Sport, in the style of Figoni et Falaschi, they only made one, and its magnificent!
    If your going to dream , dream big and rare and sleek!
     
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  21. Billybobdad
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    Ferrari Daytona Spider, late 40's early 50's Caddy convertible, 1949-1952 Buick Woodie for starters......
     
  22. 56 Plymouth
    My 36 Chevrolet
    32 Ford roadster
     
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  23. 40FORDPU
    Joined: Mar 15, 2009
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    1. Northwest HAMBers

    These are my current three, and a couple of other project p/u's..but I always wanted to own a '55 Nomad, and then there's..you get the idea.
    IMG_3133.JPG
     
  24. 49ratfink
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    1949 Chevrolet coupe. 1934 Ford 5 window. and some sort of 1937 -53 Chevrolet or GMC truck.
     
  25. Dick Stevens
    Joined: Aug 7, 2012
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    56 Nomad
    63 Corvette Stingray FI
    and 26 T Tudor that I once had and wanted to build full fendered, tall with 145 ci Pontiac 4 cyl with 4V, but was forced to sell to get it out of my Dad's garage! :(
     
  26. low budget
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    low budget
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    from Central Ky

    Any pics of the 60?
     
  27. low budget
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    low budget
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    from Central Ky

    I just did this on a thread a while back and its hard to narrow it down other than my first choice,
    a 2 door post 55 chevy,
    Had several (no show stoppers) and sold em for one reason or another:rolleyes:

    Looking back, I have been very blessed to own a bunch of cool old cars and trucks over the years, one or two at a time, maybe not worth much at the time but if they had of been I might never have gotten to experience them.

    I could always clean one up and make up a set of wheels and tires etc. outta nothin tho if I do say so myself:D
     
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  28. B Bay Barn
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    39-40 Ford coupe or tudor, 50 Olds 88 coupe, C2 coupe with A/C
     
  29. Moriarity
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    C32567C5-F15F-4759-8CE7-07213094FACF.jpeg A solid axle corvette, a Caddy powered 40 coupe and a famous custom 55 Chev......
     
  30. s55mercury66
    Joined: Jul 6, 2009
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    from SW Wyoming

    '55 Skyliner, with 425hp 427
    '64 Marauder, with 425hp 427
    A Murphy bodied dual cowl Deusenberg
     

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