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Most Beautiful From The Factory???

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by adamshumard, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. cheif
    Joined: Feb 12, 2007
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    my top 3.

    36 ford 3 window
    55 lincoln capri
    42 chevy fleetline
     
  2. Strange Agent
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    Maybe he was talking about the hardtops, with the windows rolled down?
     
  3. Deuces
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    These and so many others.........
     

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  4. fleet-master
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    soooooooo hard to pick .. but for a 'factory' built beauty..heres my picks:):) (all pics from google or the hamb - thanks to OP)
     

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  5. 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix is my favorite...

    Good looks with an excellent suspension and performance, that is once you swap the Slim Jim for a Turbo 400 or 350..

    The suspension can be modified to out handle new cars with a few basic changes..

    Drop a 455 with a Turbo 400 into it and you have it all..
     

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  6. knotttty
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    [​IMG]

    I have to say.. the Invicta for me..
     
  7. Lamborghini Muira.
     

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  8. larry woods
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    And this ladies amd gentlemen is what makes the world go round and round!
     
  9. scottb356
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    :cool:
     

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  10. 1959 Dodge royal lancer 500 red
    1952 ford f1.red
    1949 hudson hornet. pink
    1929 model a.black
    1941 dodge pick up.
    1954 chevy pick up
     
  11. outlaw256
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    57 corvette,59 60 impala and 61 galaxie.those have to be the best factory cars to me. love them.
     
  12. BHfanGB
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    1963 Corvette Sting Ray coupe
    1965 Buick Riviera
    1964-72 Pontiac GTO/LeMans/Tempest
    1956-57 Bel Air
    1969 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
     
  13. BeatnikPirate
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    Definitely a contender. 1949 Jaguar XK120. Nearly perfect.
     

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  14. BAD PENNY
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    32' 3 or 5 window coupe hot rods and 56-57 & 63 spilt window corvettes

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  15. 58, 63 corvette, 48 tucker, any kind of duesenberg.
     
  16. dana barlow
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    1. Y-blocks

    1953 and 4 Studebaker v8 Lowery hard top coupe........................:D
     
  17. jimi'shemi291
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    Not to throw rocks, but I think someone meant '51 through '54 Hornet,
    as there was no Hudson Hornet for '49. Here's a '53, thanks to Family-
    Car.com. Combined great looks:cool: with speed:cool:, getaway power:cool:
    and reliability:cool:. There are plenty of us HAMBers who rank them above
    Mercs, and that's saying something, since 99 percent of us rodder/custom
    guys LOVE Mercs!

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  18. 50Fraud
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    I neglected to put this in my original post, but it deserves to be in this group. Aston Martin DB4:

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  19. deadgearhead
    Joined: Mar 14, 2009
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    '40 Ford Deluxe coupe (just look at them, looks like a hot rod just sitting bone stock), '56 Bel Air (perfect proportions and lines, tons of 50's chrome), '59 Impala (perfectly low slung and streamlined and not overly finned)
     
  20. If I had to nail only 1 down I'd pick this one as well. though '63 Stingray is a nice second.

    1935 851 Supercharged Auburn Speedster has always been #1 but the Riviera, in terms of refinement, engineering and over all design flow is hard to argue
    with.

    A '65 Catalina 2+2 and '62 Cat, 421SD, get the juices flowing as well.

    '67 Impala 427 coupe

    '40 Ford Deluxe Coupe

    A Deuce 3 window or Roadster Pick up...

    An Advanced design Chevy 489-53

    A 55 Apache or Cameo ('57 too)

    '69 GTO (or Custom S convertible) (Hey, I have one of them!)
    Who can pick just 1!? Don't do this to me!!!
     
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  21. GUNN01
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    The only thing that needs nothing,left completely stock,a BLACK 1971 Hemi Cuda..WHY?? It's looks like its going 160 mph sittin still....
     
  22. I go along with this one. I am restoring one now.
     
  23. See now, there ya go... I agree with the '53 Skylark as well.

    ... and waht about a nice '49 Cadillac or Olds 88 Sedanette? Both are stunners.
     
  24. desotot
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    wow, tough question, depends which side of the bed I get out of, there are so many beautiful cars. The list would be long, old vettes early fords, mercs, but a specific car would be a 67 435 hp 427 4 spd vette coupe.
     
  25. Hot Rod Elvis
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    32 Coupe
    39-40 Ford both Standards and Deluxes, any body style
    48-50 Ford Truck
    52-54 Ford Car
    56 Ford Fairlane
    56 Thunderbird
    56 Continental
     
  26. padorey
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    Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. I Like many 50's and 60's cars, not to forget the $$$$ Exotics. But I like the stock beautys modified to be more outstanding. Take a stock 32 five window, and a 32 five window High Boy with a nice paint job or done in swade, witch one will draw more attention?
     

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  27. 50Fraud
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    The stock '32. Swade sux, even when it's spelled correctly.
     
  28. 48FordFanatic
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    from Maine

    1937 Chevy coupe.
     
  29. Kaptain Kustom
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    1947 2nd - 1953 Chevy 1/2- or 3/4-ton pickup. Some day I WILL get one of them. I think they actually are best looking when stock and (at least front end) in stock height.

    '49-'50 mercury and chevy are cool in stock form, but customizing at least a little would be temptating.
     
  30. tlaw52
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    I would have to say first choice is a 1934 coupe 3 window, 1940,1941 willys coupe,,sedan would be the 1949 merc,and truck would be the 1952 ford f1 with whitewalls....and of course all these cars would be black
     

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