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Yesterday’s find (According to secretblog5 and se-dax it was a 1966 Morris Minor Traveller.  Thanks guys!) got me a curious about those cool semi-woodies.  This one is a 1971 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller.  I wonder, were they all some shade of green?

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Spotted this old Morris in town today. Anyone know what year model/type it is?

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I find this quaint little 1960 Rambler American Super to be, well, kinda’ cute.  The body shape, that cute little rear end, that funky little speedometer/instrument panel/steering wheel…..then BAM, those cute little poverty caps on the body colored steelies!  CUTE!

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1952 Studebaker Champion Convertible, complete with the original flathead 6 engine.  Gotta’ love it!

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Add a set of whitewalls and this 2-door baby blue Rambler from the year of our Lord 1969 would be close to automotive perfection!  Last year that they made Ramblers isn’t it?

Happy Easter everyone!

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The eBay ad for this car said:

"The very best 1965 AMC Rambler Ambassador 990 Convertible to be found"

And I believe it!  Sweet!

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Happy Good Friday everyone!

Easter is only 3 days away, so this loverly pastel green 1959 Edsel Ranger is very timely.  And check out that fantastic dash! 

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This 1950 Ford F1 pickup looks ready to do work!  (And in so much style!)

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One thing you can say about these Old Mercurys, they did not skimp on the chrome!  Great colors on this ‘56 Monterey, and don’t you think so?  But why am I not showing any kind of rear view?  Because it has one of those crummy continental kits on it.  I hate those things…

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Subject: A 1955 Mercury Montclare

A car so color coordinated that even it’s engine is yellow and black!  And all that chrome!