What's Your Dream Car ?
Tough call for me, so I've narrowed it down to 3 choices.  In no particular order, VW camper bus, Shelby AC Cobra 427, Land Rover "Snatch."

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God's love is manifest in the landscape as in a face.  - John Muir

I want creation to penetrate you with so much admiration that wherever you go, the least plant may bring you clear remembrance of the Creator.  A single plant, a blade of grass, or one speck of dust is sufficient to occupy all your intelligence in beholding the art with which it has been made  - Saint Basil

Heaven is under our feet, as well as over our heads. - Thoreau, Walden
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On the Practical side a real head-turner would be the 21 window bus but for classic style the 7 window Chevy pick up.


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(06-02-2019, 11:39 PM)JamesMichaelOHIO Wrote:
(05-21-2019, 07:40 PM)Eric F Wrote: I think mine might be the original (1966) Mercury Cougar back when it was a sport's car.

Dodge Cornet, Charger, Challenger or Plymouth Road Runner.

Chrysler had some great cars. My old LAPD Plymouth outran Super Bees (383s and 440s) all the time and the 426 hemis were dead heats. A friend of mine had a great Dodge I wish I had now. It was a 1965 Dart S with a 273S engine. Light, quick and rather maneuverable as well.
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A 1971-76 Jensen Interceptor III Convertible

Hand-built, Italian designed steel body, 383 (or 440 depending on the year) Chrysler motor and manual or Torqueflyte transmission. Leather interior, power everything. I've never seen anything that I thought was nearly as beautiful. Nowdays you can buy one in magnificent condition for less than $90,000.
The old standby, 1997 Geo Metro w/ slight mods:

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Or the more practical Rugged Reliant Robin:

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