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Favorite Decade of Car Manufacturing
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Posted 12/2/09
My personal favorite period is the 90's. I'm a big fan of Japanese cars like Nissan and Toyota. What decade do you think made the best cars?
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21 / M / O.C. So.Cal
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Posted 12/2/09 , edited 12/2/09
yeah the 90's s14 ftw
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Posted 12/3/09
same, 90's.

old they say, who cares, i love those.
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Posted 12/5/09
Which decade had the BEST cars? Right now. C6 'vette, Camaro, Mustang, Challenger, GTR, and that's just a few. I prefer the late 60's, but that stuff isn't the best. Those cars had brutal power along with scary handling.
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Posted 12/5/09

impala1 wrote:

Which decade had the BEST cars? Right now. C6 'vette, Camaro, Mustang, Challenger, GTR, and that's just a few. I prefer the late 60's, but that stuff isn't the best. Those cars had brutal power along with scary handling.


I disagree. I also say the best decade of cars was the 90s. What do the Vettes, Camaro, Mustang, Challenger, and the GTR have in common that the cars in the 90s didn't have? Gaudly weight and technology. The 90s era remained true to producing real sports cars that weren't ridden with technology and overweight from new safety standards.

Some of the most iconic sports cars are from the 90s.
MKIV Supra
3rd Gen RX7
NSX
Ferrari 355
Ferrari F50
Mclaren F1
Jaguar XJ220
Lamborghini Diablo
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Posted 12/7/09
I have a weird liking of the cars from the 80's. There were PLENTY of turbocharged high-performance cars from the 80's, although most did lack any HP and torque to be anything special on a drag strip, I'm sure they provided lots of fun in the mountains since the majority of those turbocharged performance cars were very light.

Also, Subaru made their most off-road capable models in the 80's. Even their high-performance biased cars (which most were turbocharged) had decent ground clearance for some fun light to medium off-roading
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M / Cali
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Posted 12/7/09
Def. the 90s era...cars had very luscious styling cues and not so angular and boxy as todays. and as revolution added, the technology overload is what takes away the fun of driving.
Posted 1/20/10
late 60 early 70 american muscle my fav
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Posted 1/20/10

jdnixon26 wrote:

late 60 early 70 american muscle my fav


what you said.

Nothin like american muscle.



If i can find one of these when i get out of the army, im buyin it.
Posted 1/22/10
good luck im gonna get me a mopar soon
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Posted 1/22/10

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good luck im gonna get me a mopar soon


What kind of Mopar you aiming to get???
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Posted 1/22/10 , edited 1/22/10
ill always stick with my mid 80's early 90's cars
still love rippin it up in my 1985 ra64 (toyota celica gt) always loved the styling of these cars

before i had my fogs on

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M / EVERYWHERE
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Posted 1/25/10 , edited 1/25/10

jdnixon26 wrote:

late 60 early 70 american muscle my fav


I totally agree. A guy who lives near to me used to have a 67' GT500 that he imported from the US. I always walked the long way home just to go past it.
Posted 1/27/10
maybe a charger was lookin at a challenger awhile back
Posted 1/27/10

kingnog wrote:


jdnixon26 wrote:

late 60 early 70 american muscle my fav


I totally agree. A guy who lives near to me used to have a 67' GT500 that he imported from the US. I always walked the long way home just to go past it.




my neighbor has a 68 charger ,67 mustang, and a super bee
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