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I get a nice peaceful easy feeling from this 1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero.  That little straight six is nice too.  

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I’m not the biggest fan of the full sized Broncos, but this one-owner ‘78 Ford Bronco XLT looks wondrous in this color scheme!

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Welcome to Metropolitan Monday!  No, that’s not a real thing.  But this 1960 Nash sure is a cute little bugger!  And with only 9000 original miles on the odometer!

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Today’s 1-Shot Sunday is a great looking 1979 yellow MGB with only 27,000 miles on it!  Just because!

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Back to the beginning for today’s Flathead Friday pick.  This is a 1932 Ford, which was the first year for the flathead V8.  This one has been modded a bit, as you can see.  The supercharged Motor City flathead in this car makes 300hp!  I wonder what old Henry would have thought about that?

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Sorry for the 2nd post today, but I gotta’ get the taste of that Olds Holiday out of my mouth…..This super gorgeous ‘55 Ford Fairlane should do the trick!  Yum!

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This morning on Paint Jobs Gone Bad we have a 1955 Oldsmobile Holiday.  Black and yellow isn’t a terrible way to go on a color scheme, but why did they paint the bumpers and the chrome?  The back bumper isn’t too bad, but painting the front bumper and all of that chrome work!  GAH!

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This is a loverly old 1950 Ford F100.  But I don’t know what to think of those teal rims, or that tailgate….

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Everyone, this is Mabel.  Mabel, this is everyone.

Mabel is a 1965 AMC Ambassador 990 station wagon with a 327 V8, working AC, original steel wheel/hub caps and white walls, and even a trailer hitch!  Love those stacked headlights!  How could it get any better?  Well, Mabel is for sale and the asking price is $24,000…..so I guess it could be a little better…..

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This 1964 AMC Rambler American 440 is a convertible, which means that it has a top that can be in the up or down position.  Sweet ride, wondrous colors inside and out.  Let’s do this!

(Update, my wife said no dice.  Ugh.)