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1965 Plymouth Fury Hardtop! Oof!

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This 1941 Plymouth PT125 pickup was going to be my 1-shot Sunday pic.  But it’s just too good for only one picture…..too darned good….

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Happy Flathead Friday!  Today’s automobile is a 1949 Packard 4-door sedan with a straight 8 in it!  You don’t see many of those around….I hear that they are very smooth and very torque-ee.  I’d love to give this car a test drive, and heck, it’s less than $9,000!

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I’m kind of liking the this old musty, rusty, dusty, crusty 1964 Ford Country Squire station wagon.  Has a great look to it!

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This rusty old ‘61 Cadillac Coupe DeVille deserves another chance at life, don’t you think so?  Only $2750!  Straight from the ad on Hemmings:

1961 Cadillac Coupe DeVille,initially dragged home as a parts car,but it well may be worth restoration.It starts,runs,and moves about under its’ own power,and is virtually 100% complete and original,but it is badly rusted, and a little beat up-originally equipped with factory air.

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Santa Rosa Coral? Yum!

Looks good on this 1954 Plymouth Belvedere Coupe.  Jump in, throw the 3-on-the-tree into first gear, and let’s go!

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1950 Plymouth Deluxe - Positively Perfect just the way it is!

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Our 1-shot Sunday is this fine looking 1978 Chevy Luv stepside.  This truck has a turbocharged 305 in it, so you know it can scoot!

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This 1951 Ford Custom, otherwise known as a Ford Shoe Box, is staring you down on this Flathead Friday.  Great car!  Now I know that the little air cleaner is fine on this engine and that it will do the job.  But it just doesn’t look right, you know?

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Hey hosers, we’re going Canadian today.  This is a 1960 Ford Frontenac, the Falcon for Canada.  When translated Frontenac means “Future Hipster Vehicle”.  It’s true.  This car is soooo great white North!  Check out the hubcaps and steering wheel!  I do like the grill on it, very classy.