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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 77salon, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. blt2go
    Joined: Oct 27, 2009
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    '35 ford three window.
     
  2. damagedduck
    Joined: Jun 16, 2011
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    from Greeley Co

    my 49 Hudson,& maybe one of these..
     

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  3. 77salon
    Joined: Oct 19, 2011
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    from RI

    I like the 58
     
  4. papajohn
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    At any given time it seams my dream car is something other than what I currently own!

    But currently, i am lusting for a '50-'51 two door Ford or Mercury woody or same years Mopar business coupe.
     
  5. hotrodpodo
    Joined: Jun 28, 2006
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    '59 El Camino & a '29 A-V8 roadster.
     
  6. speedyg948
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    32 ford 5 window,full fendered, 2" chop, black with red kelsey hayes wheels, mohair interior, SBC with 5 speed overdrive
     
  7. gasser300
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    1955 Kurtis 500KK
     

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  8. hotrod fozzie
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    1) 58-59 thunderbird

    2 ) 32-34 ford 3 window with rake chop

    3) 55 chevrolet truck
     
  9. silentpoet
    Joined: Sep 27, 2009
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    I go back and forth between a 47 and 1950 buick Sedanette. Love the 47 lines, but the 1950 grill more. Also want a 53-56 ford truck. Not too picky on which year.

    Right now I am building a 1968 caddy. It is not my dream car, but I do like caddies and the big 472-500 engine family. I got it to work on and improve my skills till I can find my dream car.
     
  10. It's got to be a 53! Last year for the Flathead V8 and 50th anniversary of Ford.
     
  11. das858
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    1940 Willys coupe, with an injected 354 or 392.
     
  12. Hot Rod Elvis
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    1928-1931 Model A Coupe - chopped four inches, black, 32 frame, channeled slightly, late 40's flathead with three speed.

    1939 Deluxe Coupe

    1941-8 Cadillac Convertiable

    1947-8 Ford Sedan (four-door)

    1954-1956 Cadillac Convertiable

    1956 Ford Fairlane

    1957 Ford Thunderbird

    1948-50 Ford F-1
     
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  13. delaware1930
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    would love to swap my 32 for a 3 window 36 ford
     
  14. 1956 Meteor Crown Victoria.
     
  15. Royalscadillacs
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    58 Cadillac Eldorado Seville, 58-59 Chevy truck, 32 3 window, 67 Eldorado...
     
  16. guy1unico
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    It is so simple it is great and nobody is doing Tudor A's anymore.
    GW
     

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  17. brianahlborn
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    my 32 roadster or a slammed 36 ford 3 window with skirts, ill take a chopped 40 merc slammed also
     
  18. damagedduck
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    how true! :D
     
  19. gassercrazy41
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    also a 58-60 tBird
     
  20. dana barlow
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    1. Y-blocks

    I dream of way too many cars and girls,but a 1963 Avanti was is still a love!
    But I'm working on rebuilding my highschool rod 28A again.
     
  21. gsport
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    trick question?? ... there's just too many to pick from
     
  22. Normbc9
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    1931 Marmon coupe. OHV V-16, 665 ci, five speed with a Columbia two speed rear end. The wood interior is trimmed in Brazilian Rose Wood. Top grain leather seat and it has interior lamps and also some Swarovski Crystal vases on the rear side panels. Appraised value. Over $ 1 million.
    Normbc9
     

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  23. lordairgtar
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    I could see that with a chopped top, body channeled over the frame.
     
  24. erlomd
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    Wow...how about I list it...

    1932 ford 3 window coupe & roadster (in the works)
    1966 Shelby cobra
    1955 Bel air/nomad
    1955 ford thunderbird
    1951 merc
    1935 ford 3 window coupe
    1963 stingray split window
    1955 Oldsmobile 88
    1959 Cadillac
    1963 impalla
    1967 el camino
    1970 dodge challenger
    1968 camaro
    1969 dodge charger

    Hey it's a start...lol
     
  25. White_Attack
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    Never thought I could afford Luxury. .
    [​IMG]
     
  26. Bucknsac
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  27. erlomd
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  28. t5stang91
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    1963 polara . maybe some day when i get more money and some projects finished.
     
  29. mmtoyman
    Joined: Jul 9, 2006
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    I'm lucky enough to already own two of the cars on my list, a black 57 Nomad and a factory 2-tone black and white 59 El Camino, next on the list to aquire would be a 61-63 T-Bird conv, and/or a 64 Cad Eldorado conv-the model without the fender skirts, and finally in the unobtanium category, the Cliff Inman/Joe Wilhelm built black 57 Chrysler h/t.
     

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