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Sometimes, we get what we ask for. A few days ago on our Twitter account, we asked the question, “What was the tv based show for car crashes and highlights”? The top responses on Twitter were “Dukes of Hazzard” and … Continue reading
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The Barracuda was redesigned for the last time in 1970 and would carry through to 1974 ith minimal changes. The 1970-1974 Barracuda was no longer related to the Plymouth Valiant. The Barracuda now was built on Chrysler’s E-body platform which … Continue reading
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The Right Car for the Right Time. The Ford Mustang arrived at time when consumers were wanting something a little more reasonable. The Mustang, which was based of the created off the compact Ford Falcon, created the “pony car” class of American … Continue reading
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After 4 years on the market and seeing sales dwindle with the introduction of the Chevrolet Chevelle in 1964, Chevrolet started working on a new Chevy II Nova. The result was a sharp-edged restyling based in part on the Super … Continue reading
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The Barracuda grows up a little bit. As with the other Chrysler A-bodies, the Barracuda was fully redesigned in 1967. The second-generation Barracuda now had its own body panels and its own range of models including convertibles, fastback and notchback … Continue reading
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As told by the owner of this car: I bought the car in 1998 from Volo Auto Museum in Volo, Illinois. I had owned a 1977 Pontiac CanAm that was a one-year-only model, brainstormed by Jim Wangers, and marketed as the … Continue reading
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The Firebird was the halo sports car for the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1967 and 2002. During the Pontiac Firebird’s lifetime it shared the same platform and many components as the Chevrolet Camero. Both were introduced for the … Continue reading