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It was a great time to be a car lover in the early 1970′s. There were Pony Cars, Muscle Cars and even Personal Luxury Cars. If you wanted it, more than likely someone in Michigan made it. In an effort … Continue reading
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The Buick Centurion was short lived in the Buick lineup. The initial Centurion was sold only during 1956-1957. But, Buick would bring the Centurion back in 1971 as a replacement for the Buick Wildcat when the GM revised all thier … Continue reading
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Buick gets Wild. The Buick Wildcat was shared the the structure of the with its B-body stable mate, the LeSabre, but was marketed as a sports model. For 1965 the Wildcat was redesigned along with all GM B-bodies. 1965 Buick … Continue reading
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Chevrolet redesigned its, bread-and-butter sedan, the Impala, in 1965. This proved to be a good idea for Chevrolet as the Impala set an annual sales record of more than 1 million units. This record would not be beaten by the … Continue reading
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For 1961 to 1964 the Oldsmobile 88 or Eighty-Eight was a full-size car. During this time the 88 was the Oldsmobile’s top-selling line, particularly the entry-level models such as the Dynamic 88. A large number of variations were used during the … Continue reading