The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by adamshumard, Apr 20, 2010.
I'd drive it in the snow and rain.
1960 buick Invicta
1961-63 English Ford Consul Capri
Model A's coupes, hardtop Tri-five's and the 40 Ford coupe
1925-1962 Is all gorgeous and the last 3 years is pick and choose but my over all favorite cars are the coach companies, such as dalahyde? Auburn, ect. The flowy cars.
Not a car at all, but when I'm not thinking cars this ranks up there as one of the sexiest tractors out there... John Deere AOS (Model A Orchard)
And then an Oliver 70 Orchard
And then finally a Minneapolis Moline UDLX... So flippin' sweet.. here's a few more cars to add to the mix too...
Rolls Royce Silver Cloud (actually most any Rolls, I like the grilles)
VW Karmann Ghia... I know it's a V-Dub, but they're cool in my book..
'67 Cadillac Eldorado... has to be one of the sexiest caddies ever...
I think I changed my mind . But there are so many great ones I'll probably change it again tomorrow.
I think it's hard to beat the '40's - 50's Buicks... Love the side ports, chrome, ... well.. ever'thing gull durn it!.... or the '57 Fury... love 'em.
Hey.. nobody has mentioned the AMC Pacer? What's up with that... ha!
i was going to say this one...car has class....
I'm partial to 1961 Pontiacs.
'40 Ford standard coupe .
61 Pontiac Ventura or Catalina
The Ventura is a beautiful car.
56 caddy, hudson hornet, 60 starliner, 41 chevy
Ohh man thats a good one, so many to choose from and so many great picks here. Well I'm gonna list 3 cause they are all a lil different but all perfect to me.
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO (yeah it's foriegn but just too damn beautiful to not list)
1969 Mustang Boss 429
That's a tough one, I would say this...
Everybody has in inclination as to what I would say:
1960 Ford Starliner.
But, I do like the 38 zephyr.
And, for the later model sports-car side,
a 1966 chapparal coupe.
And for some reason that I can not explain, nor do I think I would ever buy one, a 1973 hump fendered Javelin?
-Maybe I've been up for too many hours.....
1933-1934 Ford coupe
1940 Ford sedan delivery (I call it a "truck")
Here's my list:
1940 Ford Standard Coupe
1932 Ford three window coupe
1933/4 Ford three window coupe
1955 Chevy Bel-Air 2 door post
1957 Chevy Bel-Air 2 door hardtop
1957 Oldsmobile 2 door hardtop
This one's my favorite...
1934 Packard Model 1108 Stationary Coupe by Dietrich, it sits on a 147" wheelbase (!).
A very close 2nd, almost no gap really...
1931 Duesenberg with coachwork by Murphy. There were 2 distinct versions of this car, one with a "disappearing top" that stored under a lid ahead of the rumbleseat, the other did not disappear when folded. With the top raised, IMO the "non" disappearing top version is much cleaner looking.
There's so many others but these turn my crank pretty good. Can't forget the GT40, the Scarab, or the Monteverdi 'Hai". 57 Eldorado Brougham is nearly without equal in it's class or era, can't forget the 1st Skylarks or the 53 Packard Carribean. Too many to list for true unmolested beauty but the 2 pics are certainly the top of the food chain.
46 knuck and 48 pan oh and for a car 49 merc
1955-7 Cameo pickup. 1956 Bel air 2-door hardtop. 1961 impala ss409
oh, and the topper is the 1935 Auburn Boattail Supercharged Speedster
32 Packard Light Eight Convertible Coupe without sidemounts.
I have always been partial to the big fender Javelins myself
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