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Discussion in 'Car & Truck Talk' started by yellerspirit, Aug 28, 2018.
back in the day these were all over the place, now its nostalgic
I was thinking the same thing. Grizz, you gotta broaden yer horizons man! There's more to life then GM
Speaking of Horizons and cars you don't see anymore...
I was born in 1983! My pop was a Honda guy until all us kids moved out of the house. Then all of the sudden he bought a used BMW. I had to teach myself everything. That includes home repair, car repair and even FISHING!!! Give me a break!when I saw it I thought it was a bold custom job to rival RMAY’s “nomaro”. Then upon closer inspection a concluded that it had to be factory. I think it would look better on a bel air or a Catalina, what about a road master?!
Then how about this.
71 Mercury Comet
Flower cars must be an east coast thing? It wasn't until a few years ago that I found out that they even existed. I've never seen one in person.
89 Ford Aerostar
80 Ford Courier
thats a good one for the topic. Those used to be every where
Like Fairmonts, they were very popular but cheaply built, so as the broke down or rusted out, they were junked instead of repaired and returned to the road
87 Dodge Shadow
What a great thread.
Not to brag, but this is my 1975 Buick Skyhawk. Pretty much the exact same as my original one back in the day....
Brag away brad. That is nice. Can we see more?
85 AMC Renault Alliance