Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussion' started by mattzoom, Oct 10, 2009.
hope its not a repost
thats a close list to what i would of had but with some diffrent years
LMAO at #1, their list fails
So its a list that consists of:
2 Muscle Cars
2 Sports Cars
and 6 Pony cars... the list sucks
yeah, not watching that long of a video... cliffs?
Not worth it, 67 vette, 70 chevelle, 69 trans am, 69 copo camaro, 68 gt500kr, hemi cuda, daytona/superbird, 67 427 ac cobra, chevelle ls6, 70 boss mustang, and Numero Uno 1969 Judge hahaha
go to 19:30 to see the lineup
out of that list the 1970 SS 454 chevelle would be my top pick.
there is one in the next town over and they want 65 thousand for it.
Its not show car restored either.
you would take a chevelle over a 71 cuda?!?
dont get me wrong, the 70 chevelle ss 454 is one of my ultimate dream cars, but a 71 cuda is one of the rarest ever. one went on barrett-jackson for 4 million! course that was one of 17 or something like that, still had original paint, vinyls, and was a convertible.
Yea really, its sad. There were only two muscle cars in the whole list.
I would have taken the hemi cuda just so I could sell it for the money and buy multiple cars that will be amazing
ehh. if i had a car THAT rare i would be scared to drive it let alone touch it.
which defeats the purpose of it.
I want a car i can drive the piss out of :thumbsup:
I don't remember a 4 million dollar '71 'Cuda vert?
^That Chevelle sold at Barrett-Jackson for 1,150,000 in 2006. Campaigned by Ray Allen and went undefeated. AND it still gets driven and taken down the strip.
^ I saw that, guy was like I'm taking it to the drag strip next week lol
no love for the trucks
Maybe because they are not muscle CARS and all... :lmao:
went for 2 million not 4. He has been offered up to 4 million for it. If i remember right it was one of 3 in color and convertible. Oh yea and the guy is originally from Fargo, ND.
Are you talking about the white on banana 426 hemi with a shaker hood? Like what was in Nash Bridges.
This is the car
I might be alone on this, but I feel that the early sixites 409 Impalas, 427 Galaxy lightweights,Mopar Max wedge Cars, and '64 427 Fairlanes T-bolts are muscle cars as well as the above and atleast one of them deserves some love on the list.
Guess that's what I was thinking of.
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