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May 23, 2022 21:13 |  #1051

avondale87 wrote in post #19381504 (external link)
Beautifully photographed.

Me too on those Zephyrs. The bloke I boarded with in late 60's had one and I loved it. Rare here now.

The Monaro is awesome. It's low! Wouldn't suit some of our bitumen roads!
Amazing detail in the whole car.

Ed here's a bit about one particular and expensive version. (external link) I'd only guess at the cost of yours there Speedync! :rolleyes:

Love those two oldies. As much as that Monaro appeals I'd settle for the one on the right thanks :-)

Wow. Thanks. The resemblance to the 1970 era GTO is there!! Who knew?


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May 23, 2022 21:24 |  #1052

edmidlifecrisis wrote in post #19381667 (external link)
Wow. Thanks. The resemblance to the 1970 era GTO is there!! Who knew?

Holden were General Motors and American influence was very much in play here, but with an Aussie flavour



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May 24, 2022 01:05 |  #1053

My first car was a 'mustard' orange HQ Kingswood, 3 on the tree and 202...

Be worth a fortune now....




  
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May 28, 2022 13:11 |  #1054

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May 28, 2022 18:38 |  #1055

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May 29, 2022 15:33 |  #1056


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A couple of photos from 2 South East Florida car shows.
The guy stretched out in both photos is my friend Chuck who is really good at restoring Corvairs and other lost causes in general.



  
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May 29, 2022 18:01 |  #1057

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May 29, 2022 19:06 |  #1058

I've never before seen a 356 Speedster fitted with a hardtop, Mike.
Easily recognisable for what it is, while the hardtop induces a double-take.
I see some custom suggestions, too.

Also liking the red model's reflection.


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May 29, 2022 20:09 |  #1059

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A couple of photos from 2 South East Florida car shows.
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Is that green one an ex-checker cab?




  
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May 31, 2022 22:49 |  #1060

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May 31, 2022 23:56 |  #1061

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Jun 03, 2022 08:22 |  #1062

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Jun 05, 2022 21:09 as a reply to  @ BlackRR's post |  #1063

CORRECT !! Chuck just scrapped a yellow checker. I'm originally from the Chicago area where that marque reigned supreme for many years. He has so many projects now that I don't think he'll ever get caught up. For a one in a lifetime experience sit it a running Corvair powered by a V8 so close to the back of your head (the protective diamond plate shroud had not yet been installed) so that the back of your head would turn to hamburger if you sneezed. My wife knows nothing yet !!!!




  
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Jun 06, 2022 15:57 |  #1064

A local Harley dealer held a car and bike show yesterday. Not too many bikes, but a lot of really sweet cars...


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Jun 06, 2022 20:10 |  #1065

Road Dog wrote in post #19387762 (external link)
...but a lot of really sweet cars...

With only two examples!?

Sure, the Cadillac has got to be one of the largest examples of a passenger car ever made,
and the classic Dodge Charger looks to be in fantastic condition, but just two?
From "a lot of really sweet cars"?


I'm sure I'm familiar with the Cadillac's model, while I'm not well-versed enough
to identify it on sight. But that's likely to be one of the largest and heaviest passenger
automobiles ever unleashed for the public's consumption anywhere the world over.
As the Americans were wont to do during the era, we produced some of the
heaviest, gaudiest, longest, most-overpowered, ostentatious, oversized behemoths
made for passenger travel on public roads, and made for the general public's consumption
if they were able to make the purchase. I'm reminded of a comedian a few decades ago.
Part of his act went something like, "I drive a classic (make/model of something from around
the late-1950s era). Every now and again, I find a little import crumpled up under the fender."


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