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Hot Rods Is there a patricular car that you have always liked but never owned

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  1. FORDS
    36 3 winder
    40 coupe
    49-50 coupe
    55-6 crown Vic
    57 fairlane 2dr post
    61 starliner
    64 galaxy
    GM
    50–1 fleetline
    50 olds
    Most tri-fives
    59 el camino
    59 sedan delivery
    61 vette
    62 bubble top
    Etc
    MOPAR
    49 dodge wayfarer roadster( look it up)
    49 Plymouth business coupe

    and many many more
    Plus a shit ton of post HAMB era cars
     
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  2. Just some bolts and a few minor details!
     
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  3. Back in 1962, a guy liked my 47 Chev coupe so much, that he offered to trade me either a 53 or a 54 Corvette for my car and I turned him down. I wasn't thrilled that the car had side curtains instead of roll up windows, but that wasn't the deal breaker, it was that I am 6' 2 1/2" (sorry, was, several back injuries and the vicissitudes of life have caused me to shrink 3"). At any rate, because of my size and the position of the driver's seat, I could not get comfortable.
    I still have no regrets.
    My favourite of the C1 Corvettes, was the 57.
    Bob
     
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  4. BuckeyeBuicks
    Joined: Jan 4, 2010
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    First on my list would be the 65 GTO 4 speed convert I had to sell when I got my greetings letter from Mr. Nixon!
    then a 55 Buick Century 2 door HT with three on the tree
    58 Buick Century HT
    58 Pontiac Chieftain with tri-power
    58 Chevy Impala 348, 3X2s std. trans with over drive
    55 Bel-Air convert
    56 Nomad
    62 Buick Wildcat
    65 Buick Skylark GS convert 4 speed
    55,56,57 Cameo
    61 Chevy Impala SS 409 4 speed
    40 Ford Deluxe coupe with a nailhead Buick and 4 speed
    32 Ford 5 window, nailhead , naturally
    54 Buick Skylark
    53 Olds Fiesta
    I would be happy with those, but I could go on and on. I am the typical poor guy with big dreams and empty pockets!
     
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  5. ss34coupe
    Joined: May 13, 2007
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    For me it is a 1936 Ford roadster.
     
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  6. Ebbsspeed
    Joined: Nov 11, 2005
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    Yes, an early 60's gasser style Falcon with a Ford cammer wedged under the hood, and a '64 B-body Mopar with a long ram Sonoramic 413. And a '55/'56 Dodge La Femme for my wife.

    And one of these.....
    Chrysler 300.jpg
     
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  7. Dang you had to ask !!! And now more money I'll spend at my shrink !!!!
     
  8. NWRustyJunk
    Joined: Jan 2, 2017
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    I've never owned a Tri Five Chevy or Model A. One of these days the right one will come along.
     
  9. 62rebel
    Joined: Sep 1, 2008
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    Actually, a Model A is currently my bucket list car. My Dad was a true fanatic of them, and I want to build one to honor him. He was also fond of the Model 40 coupe, as I am. He started out working for my grandfather in his Detroit body shop, where he had settled after the war. His health failed him and he moved back to Virginia, Dad followed him back as well. Granddad was a great body man and mechanic, and he passed as much of his knowledge down as he could.
     
  10. slack
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    I didn't know that. A friend of mine that I was in the service with had one. I guess it wasn't factory? I'm not one of those who gives a damn about matching numbers and trailer queens and I'm not a gold-chainer so a '67 tri-power I will have. You certainly are knowledgeable though. Good catch. :rolleyes:
     
  11. Baumi
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    There are many ...
    Juat too many to list` em all, but from the top of my head:
    61 Chevy Biscayne / BelAir 2dr sedan 409, don´t care for the bubble tops that much
    59 Brookwood or Kingswood
    58 Biscayne 348 2dr sedan
    32 Ford Tudor
    36 Ford Convertible
    55 Caddy Coupe Deville
    61 Buick LeSabre Coupe ( most beautiful bubble top IMO)
     
  12. ...always wanted a 41 Chevy coupe, finally got this one but too many projects now so I sold it to my nephew who was lookin for a project...so at least I owned one for a bit, now off my bucket list. (I bought it to help out a widower disperse of her husband's projects,...so kinda killed 3 birds with one stone)
    ..would like 50-54 Plymouth wagon tho.
    41 coupe 003.jpg 41 coupe 006.jpg
     
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  13. sunbeam
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    I'm not that much into GTOs I'm not sure I could tell a 66 from a 67 but GM killed all multi carbs in 67 except for the Corvette.
     
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  14. T. Turtle
    Joined: May 20, 2018
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    Is this a trick question? Most of the cars I wanted and want I never owned and unlikely to ever own, lol.

    But a lottery win is always a possibility.
     
  15. slowmotion
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    I'd be happy to have my '62 bubbletop back (or the Impala for that matter). Dumb kid I was...:oops:
    Right now, a '62-3-4 two-door post Belair or Biscayne would make me a happy old man.
    I've been collecting pieces for a period sbc that would be ideal for one....:D
     
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    Here are two off the top of my head, Danny :D
     
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    36 Ford 3W, 5W, and especially a Roadster.
     
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  18. Wow, this thread has brought the dreamer out in a lot of us. Now that I am in my 70s, I often wonder after having so many old cars, why didn't I buy what I wanted when I was younger. My dream cars have always been a 56 Ford Crown Victoria, nosed, decked, shaved and lowered, and a 55 Chev BelAir two door post with 327, 4speed.
     
  19. slack
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    Yep. That was pointed out in an earlier post but, believe it or not, there exists at least one (and probably many more) 67' Pontiac GTO's with tri power set-ups. There isn't a ton of difference between a 66 and a 67, I simply prefer the body lines of the 67 over that of the 66. I like the grille too.
     
  20. Chappy444
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    1. Maryland HAMBers

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  21. 2OLD2FAST
    Joined: Feb 3, 2010
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    from illinois

  22. 65pacecar
    Joined: Sep 22, 2010
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    from KY, AZ

    1964 Sport Fury 426 Max Wedge 4 Speed.

    1953 Vette

    1963 Split Window

    1962 Savoy 413 Max Wedge

    65 Race Hemi Coronet.


    Sent from my iPhone using H.A.M.B.
     
  23. BJR
    Joined: Mar 11, 2005
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    After reading almost all of the posts here, some people need to set their sights higher. :D
     
  24. 57JoeFoMoPar
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    This is a tough question since one can only own but so many cars. It's also a tough question because I'm assuming this question involves on-topic, traditional cars. I don't think it's outside the realm of reality that for people on here, our interest in automobiles extends beyond just traditional cars.

    In terms of traditional cars, I'd add;
    -55 Pontiac
    -54 Olds Holiday 98
    -49 Mercury
    -39-40 Ford Coupe
    -59 Chevy, Olds, Pontiac
    -57 Corvette
    -Super Duty Pontiac
    -58-60 Thunderbird

    Some O/T vehicles for me would be;
    -Porsche 930
    -Porsche 997 Turbo
    -BMW M5
    -BMW 7 series
     
  25. Rusty Heaps
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    The three at the top of my list are '51 Hudson Hornet 4dr, '56 Olds coupe, '56 Ford in the base model variants, no Vic.
     
  26. '63 Split window :cool: and an OT '67 Chevy II.
     
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  27. 1929-1940 Ford coupe, roadster or RPU.
    Cobra or Sunbeam Tiger.
     
  28. choptop40
    Joined: Dec 23, 2009
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    i want them all....and i want them now !!!!!
     
  29. My top five would be 32 Ford coupe, C1 Vette, model 40 coupe, Zephyr coupe, Willys coupe. But with my budget I'll have to settle for model cars. lol [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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  30. MO_JUNK
    Joined: Jan 22, 2006
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    from Rolla, Mo.

    1940 Ford sedan
     
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