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I just realized after posting that image that there is a size limit here of 1500x---? That's too bad as the image is actually 1920x1080. Would make a great wallpaper.
 

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One of my personal favorites; 1965 Buick Riviera Gran Sport. Came with dual 4bl carbs from the factory. A true gentleman's hot rod.
 

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1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429, finished in Raven Black with a four-speed close-ratio manual transmission; 3.91 “Traction-Lok” differential; power steering; power brakes; competition suspension; functional hood scoop; color-keyed mirrors; AM radio; rear window slats and spoiler; and flat black Magnum 500 wheels with period-correct Goodyear Polyglas tires.

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1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429, finished in Raven Black with a four-speed close-ratio manual transmission; 3.91 “Traction-Lok” differential; power steering; power brakes; competition suspension; functional hood scoop; color-keyed mirrors; AM radio; rear window slats and spoiler; and flat black Magnum 500 wheels with period-correct Goodyear Polyglas tires.

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Sweet....(y) (y)

Many, many years ago, a friend of mine bought a new '69 CobraJet Mustang with a 428 4 speed. A very good ride.
A Boss 429 would be supreme (y)
 

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1972 Chrysler Imperial.
Chrysler prided itself on offering the largest car possible, with many ads and promotional material claiming its vehicles were a few inches longer and wider for each new model year. It never got any bigger than the 1973 Imperial LeBaron, though, with a length of 235.3 inches (5.97 meters).

The 1972-model-year car was also huge, but bumper regulations introduced in ’73 prompted Chrysler to push the chrome out a few extra inches, solidifying it as the longest sedan ever produced.

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