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JOHNNY ROCK Apr 15
Replying to @TyffaniHarvey
👀 Sweet Looking Rides of the Mid-Seventies were a little short on performance when compared to those of the Era during its heyday that offered us breakneck acceleration 🏁
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Power Cars 13h
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Dave Campbell 13h
This customized 1974 Dodge Challenger will never be worth big bucks. Drive the car anywhere, and no one will judge you. It's just a fun and attractive ride. Is that such a bad thing?
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M. Wilbur Apr 17
My first car, 1967 Pontiac Firebird, V8 326, 3 on the tree with all matching numbers! Still safe and sound in storage!!! Shirley is gorgeous!!!🤙🤙 …
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Power Cars Apr 18
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Dave Campbell 11h
For some reason, I'm in the mood to ruffle some feathers today. Let's look at another classic that breaks all the rules. This wicked '69 Dodge Daytona might not make it to the Concours d'Elegance, but it sure meets with my approval!
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Tom - Cobra 427 Apr 18
Something to celebrate the long weekend ahead!
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Power Cars Apr 16
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Tom - Cobra 427 Apr 16
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Power Cars Apr 16
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Dave Campbell Apr 15
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Bianca Carolina Apr 17
American 1968 Ford Mustang GT
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Power Cars 20h
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Power Cars Apr 17
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Tom - Cobra 427 Apr 17
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Dave Campbell Apr 10
Whatever happened to green cars? In the 1970s, about every fourth car on the road was some shade of green. But, now, you seldom if ever see one driving around. What a pity!
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Dave Campbell Apr 14
A little wider wheels, a little fatter tires, and a little more rake. But this shiny ‘68 Plymouth GTX does EVERYTHING in a big way! I hope you all had a good weekend.
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Tom - Cobra 427 Apr 15
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Dave Campbell 11h
Summer is right around the corner, so make plans to take in an automotive event. Get off the hot, miserable payment, kick back under a shade tree, and admire some classic Detroit iron. Maybe you'll see your favorite !
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Dave Campbell 15h
If you're someone who insists on a factory stock , you may want to hide your eyes. By any measure, this '71 Cuda is over the top. It's an exercise in excess. And that's why I love it!
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