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Old 08-24-2011, 04:29 PM   #1
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I had to laugh @ this one although they all make me smile

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I love old cars,they look better

Actually i like old MOST ANYTHING as the quality was MUCH BETTER!!
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Actually i like old MOST ANYTHING as the quality was MUCH BETTER!!
If old cars were so much better, there would be a lot more of them around.

Back before about 1970's if you had a car with 100,000 miles, chances were real good you had a junker.

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Totally agree... rust... rattles... CARBURETORS!!... Ugghhh. Kind of amazing my 1994 Camaro will qualify for historic plates here in less than 3 years. In amazing condition other than the headliner and a few cosmetic scratches. A 60s era Mustang I once owned was a a rusty oil burning bucket of bolts by the time it was 10 years old.


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Back before about 1970's if you had a car with 100,000 miles, chances were real good you had a junker.

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Totally agree... rust... rattles... CARBURETORS!!... Ugghhh. Kind of amazing my 1994 Camaro will qualify for historic plates here in less than 3 years. In amazing condition other than the headliner and a few cosmetic scratches. A 60s era Mustang I once owned was a a rusty oil burning bucket of bolts by the time it was 10 years old.
If you had a '64 Mustang, all you had was a Falcon with a different body. Took my test in a '62 Falcon.....was my parents car (purchased new) and was a real pain with maintenance. Not only the carbs back then, you also had points and a condenser for ignition. Those were the days.......
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Mine was a 1966, 200 CID fastback, 1 bbl carb. It was a pretty car but S__L__O__W and the rust... You are correct about the points and such. Needed constant attention. Plugs maybe lasted 10k miles. The good old days? I think not.

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