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23 / F / Earth
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Posted 12 days ago
Dream car? Your talking to a girl that has pictures on this car on the back of her bedroom door, a hoodie jacket, models and the grill ornament of a certain silver pony. MUSTANG!!!!!!!!!!

But I also love the Maserati GranTurismo too..... <3 lol.
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21 / M / Home
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I would love a nice Cadillac. I don't really care what model, it just sounds like a great car to have.
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18 / M / USA
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1970 plymouth hemi-cuda in plum crazy purple!


MOPAR OR NO CAR!!!!!
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1956 Chevrolet Bel Air.
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I want to take this



and this



and put them together something like this

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14 / M / in your closet
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i know someone is going to hate me for this but a m1-abrams lol
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29 / M / Florida
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Honestly, I like the grill of the later years instead, but still a great looking car. :)


I recently met someone that is in the process of rebuilding a '73 metallic silver Cuda. He dropped a new engine from a 2008 Camaro in it and had to replace the transmission, but the car looked to be coming along nice in his pictures. I would love to see it in person some day when he finishes.


On a side note, his shop restores many gorgeous historic cars for auto shows, including a white 1950s Cadillac hotrod convertible. But one car that he's definitely proud to have helped restored was a black 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540k. Suicide doors, old-fashioned blinker wheel, radial radio display, and red interior. Now that car was beyond words to describe.

(Note: the cars in the pictures are not the same ones he worked on, but you get the idea. )
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29 / M / Florida
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So...an El Camino?? > 3>


Modern "El Caminos" are pretty bad ass, too, but only available to Aussies... :(


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KunoMochi wrote:


Honestly, I like the grill of the later years instead, but still a great looking car. :)


I recently met someone that is in the process of rebuilding a '73 metallic silver Cuda. He dropped a new engine from a 2008 Camaro in it and had to replace the transmission, but the car looked to be coming along nice in his pictures. I would love to see it in person some day when he finishes.


On a side note, his shop restores many gorgeous historic cars for auto shows, including a white 1950s Cadillac hotrod convertible. But one car that he's definitely proud to have helped restored was a black 1938 Mercedes-Benz 540k. Suicide doors, old-fashioned blinker wheel, radial radio display, and red interior. Now that car was beyond words to describe.

(Note: the cars in the pictures are not the same ones he worked on, but you get the idea. )


I wish I had the money to restore a cuda but i'm afraid i can't afford to buy a fixer upper ! On the other hand dropping a modern engine in a older car isn't a bad idea. I personally believe in keeping older cars original but thats quite expensive to do. At least it'll have fuel injection and the parts will be easier to get!
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Posted 11 days ago
1969 Chevrolet Impala B)

Glossy black, please.


I know you said only one, but ...

OR

A 1986 Buick hearse.


....YYYYYeah. But c'mon, isn't that so edgy? Driving a hearse? Holla @ me.
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Sort of. More truck with caddie accents than a car with a truck bed though.

Take take the headlights, grill and bumpers, fins, taillights and part of the hood and deck lid from the caddie and Put them on the ford.

The deck lid would be incorporated into bed cover like the example chevy, replacing the tailgate. Everything else would be sculpted in to make it look like its supposed to be there.

I've had the image of this thing in my head for like 15 years but I lack the artistic skill to put it on paper and the funds to do it in real life.
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