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At my old job we had a customer who was a retired surgeon. Cool guy we talked cars and one day he pulled in with a mid 1970s V12 Jaguar E type. He let me drive it for about an hour shooting the breeze, I was about 26 at the time. Awesome car. 

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My my dad has a thing for British and Italian cars. He imported a 1975 right hand drive Triumph Stag, still has it in the garage. 

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Just now, pjfootballer said:

 

What kind of response is that?  I’m not sure how to read this.

 

I'm sorry. It was Isuzu?

 

Don't mind me, it's humpday

 

 

ya gotta be a drunk or crazy to make a living on cars.

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10 hours ago, Springfield said:

I have no interest in classic cars.  They’re old, their technology sucks, the break down frequently and their parts are hard to come by.

 

Im jaded.

Wife had a client who died in an car accident in a classic car. Police report said it would’ve been survivable with today’s tech. 

 

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Just now, Elessar78 said:

Wife had a client who died in an car accident in a classic car. Police report said it would’ve been survivable with today’s tech. 

 

 

If the defective airbag didn't lodge a foreign object in his skull. :ols:

 

 

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8 hours ago, Rdskns2000 said:

My dad owned a Grand Wagoneer like that for 3 years. Think it was a 78 model. They are supposed bring back a modern, 3 row version of that in the early 20's.

 

I'm really excited that we get to live in a time that we're able to refer to a decade as "The 20s"

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1 hour ago, LadySkinsFan said:

My first car was a 1967 Dodge Coronet 500 convertible, 383 4barrel, Positraction rear. Bronze like this only with black interior.

 

 

That's awesome. I love that generation of Plymouth and Dodge cars. The E body cars of the early 70s are my favorite.

 

My first car was a 1987 Cadillac Brougham with the Interior d'elegance.

 

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This is about the closest I can find, it was a crushed blue velvet interior with front and back bench seats. I got 10 people in that car once.

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