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Oldsmobile Cutlass (1964-1967)

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The first generation compact F-85 and the Cutlass were a sales disappointment to Oldsmobile. With the popularity of the new intermediate Ford Fairlane, Oldsmobile made big changes to the Cutlass for 1964 1964 Oldsmobile Cutlass The new all new Cutlass … Continue reading

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Oldsmobile 442 (1985-1987)

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One of the last great Oldsmobiles, the Oldsmobile 442. Oldsmobile started using the 442 designation in 1964 to denote it’s muscle car of the day. At that time, 442 meant a four-barrel carburetor, a four-speed manual transmission, and dual exhaust pipes. … Continue reading

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Ford Mustang (1964 1/2 – 1966)

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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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Plymouth GTX (1968-1970)

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Plymouth redesigned the GTX, their “Gentleman’s” muscle car for 1968. It still shared the same platform as the intermediate Plymouth Belvedere and Plymouth Satellite. 1968 Plymouth GTX The new body featured an hour glass shaped body similar to the Dodge Charger. The … Continue reading

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Chevrolet Chevy II / Nova (1966-1967)

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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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Dodge Charger (1966-1967)

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Dodge introduced the new Charger to the world during the January 1, 1966 Rose Bowl as the “Leader of the Dodge Rebellion”.  The Charger was one Chrysler Corporation’s first steps into the specialty car market. In step with the position … Continue reading

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Tell Us About Your Car: 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S W31

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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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Dodge Challenger (1970-1974)

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Back in the early 1970′s pony cars were the rage. Chevrolet had the Camaro, Ford had the Mustang, Plymouth had the Barracuda and Dodge had the Charger. But the Charger was a larger car, more of a muscle car than … Continue reading

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Ford Torino

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The Ford Torino was an intermediate car produced by the Ford Motor Company between 1968 and 1976. Ford named the car after the city of Turin in Italy, with is  Torino, in Italian. At the time Turin was considered the Detroit … Continue reading

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Plymouth Duster (1970 – 1976)

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The Plymouth Duster is experiencing rising popularity in the collector world. Popular opinion is that the increase in popularity is due to the Duster’s value. As when new, the Duster is cheaper than a similar Chevrolet Chevelle or Ford Mustang. … Continue reading

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