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Most Beautiful From The Factory???

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

  1. greensheads
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    Havent seen these mentioned: Studebaker made some great pickups:

    1952 stude:
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    And my favorite 1937 Coupe Express:
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  2. Can you believe that thing is sitting out there like that? Wonder when/where that photo was taken.
     
  3. need louvers ?
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    I would have to say either a '39 Ford deluxe or a '40 standard coupe. Then again '36 five windows get me every time too. Beyond that, I get pretty damn exotic - how about a '38 Delehaye roadster? The one that was traveling with the curves of steel exhibit about three or four years ago. And if I squint just right, on the right day the early sixties version of the Jag XKE can get me there too. 'Course there is always the '62 Chrysler 300 in a 2 door hardtop, and I'm normally a 2 door post kinda guy...
     
  4. Arthur1958
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    1940 Ford standard coupe (or the almost identical 1939 Deluxe)
     
  5. Ricky B
    Joined: Jun 10, 2007
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    Chevy Nomads......, Pancho Safari's, & the '47 Chevy Woody ! To bad Olds did'nt have a 2dr wagon.
     
  6. falcongeorge
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    Funny, I was going to say '64 Comet Caliente Ht, and I dont even own one. that roofline, the subtle vestiges of tail fins, the tailights...Killer looking cars.

    Just thinking domestics here, gonna leave all those Vignale and Scaglietti bodied '50s-'60s exotics out of it for now.
     
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  7. OahuEli
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    AMC Pacer, Yugo,... No? :rolleyes:
     
  8. REBEL43
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    from TENNESSEE

    1951 merc
    1959 caddy
     
  9. 56sedandelivery
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    Chevrolet 1956 model 150 Business coupe, and 68-72 Chevrolet Nova SS, plane Jane models. Butch/56sedandelivery.
     
  10. Pictures speak louder than words
     

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  11. mixedupamx
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    not hamb friendly but 65 chevy impala fastback=perfect!
     
  12. 1950Effie
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    from no where

    Continental Mark II
    1966 Ford short wide F100
    1953 Vette
    1939/40 Lincoln Zephyr
    1973 Trans Am
    1961 Starliner
    1950 F1
    1940/41 Ford Pickup
    1940 Ford Opera Coupe
     
  13. KoolKat-57
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    from Dublin, OH

    1964-65 Riviera
    1968 Eldorado
    1962 Corvette
    1970-73 Formula Firebird
    1963-65 Avanti
     
  14. A little outside the general range here, but I say a 1968 Nova SS. (With a 350- that engine is part of the beauty to me, and a 12-bolt Posi rear):cool:

    Also-
    1934 Ford Coupe
    Early '50s Chevys
    '63 splitties
    Novas/Cansos/Venturas '68/'72 are good.:rolleyes:
    '68/'69 Chevelles/Beaumonts
    '68/'69 Darts
     
  15. Mnhotrodbuilder
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    35-36 3w's and roadsters
     
  16. johnod
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    53 Studebaker C/K
    37 Chevy coupe
    58-9-0 Corvette
    Jag E type series 1

    Lots of europeans.
     
  17. MrSpade13
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    1949 Hudson hornet
    1948-49 commodore
     
  18. bulletproof1
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    i agree this car the best lines,cool interior..
     
  19. JimSibley
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    1934 ford 3 window coupe.
     
  20. Finnrodder
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    Dont know about the cars,but i wouldnt change a thing from the 40's Indian Chief motorcycles.
     
  21. The 1958 Impala was always my choice. The '57 Fords (all models) are a close runner up.
     
  22. discountfordparts
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    1961 Buick Invicta or 1957 Olds 2 door
     
  23. yellow wagon
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    '62 Bel Air bubbletop
     
  24. smh81359
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    I don't have a pic, but my vote goes to the 1957 olds 'three window' coupe. (I think it may have only been available on the ninety-eight series.)
     
  25. 50Fraud
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    All '57 Olds and Buick closed cars had the divided back window. This was my '57 2-door:

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  26. guy1unico
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    This exact one.
     

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  27. riskybiz
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    58 Chevy Impala, 61 Buick invicta,59 Dodge Royal lancer, 62 Chrys Imperial 2dr ht.
     
  28. 29AVEE8
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    1941 Cad convert, 1940-'41 Continental convert, oh and '55 Bird.
     
  29. chopitdano
    Joined: Feb 22, 2011
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    Cars:
    1954 Lincoln Capri
    1956 Cadillac Eldorado
    1939 Ford Deluxe

    Trucks:
    1940 Ford
    1967 Chevy C-10 Stepside
     
  30. chopitdano
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    Add a 1960 Chevy Impala and a 1961 chevy impala bubble top and make mine a 409 car!
     

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