Birth year vehicles

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Mon Dec 31, 2018 5:06 pm

1965 Lincoln Continental. That's my bag, baby.
But it ain't mine. One day, hopefully.

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Lord Guyrox wrote:
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1965 Lincoln Continental. That's my bag, baby.
But it ain't mine. One day, hopefully.

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Good Year and Very Nice !
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Mon Dec 31, 2018 7:36 pm

I'd have to go 65 Nova SS

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but currently sporting a rusty ole honda till my bank roll allows such
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Mon Dec 31, 2018 7:31 am
Gonna have to run with the 71 AMC Javelin on this one.
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Oh man , I loved thst car!! The drivers seat was like in a cockpit with the way the dash kinda came around . The closest I ever got to owing one was owing an AMC Matador , which looked kinda like a cutless . I called it my ride and glide
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Ah,... the days when cars weren't 80% plastic!!! ;) 1967
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Mon Dec 31, 2018 12:09 pm
Lets face it.. the 80's really didn't bring much good to the world. Weird clothes, weirder music, and similar atrocities of the automobile variety. So, I will just post my first car, which consequently was also my birth year.

1983 VW Scirocco
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Man that is sooo true! I was in high school during the early to mid 80's and all my favorite bands were 60s-70's bands (how did we go from Led Zepplin and Aerosmith to The Talking Heads and Devo practically over night!?!? :roll: ), my favorite cars were 60s-70s models and then there were the clothes of the 80's... don't get me started on the clothes...LOL! :lol: At the old age of 18 I already felt left behind! :(
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oldbill wrote:
Tue Jan 01, 2019 10:27 am
houtenziel wrote:
Mon Dec 31, 2018 12:09 pm
Lets face it.. the 80's really didn't bring much good to the world. Weird clothes, weirder music, and similar atrocities of the automobile variety. So, I will just post my first car, which consequently was also my birth year.

1983 VW Scirocco
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Man that is sooo true! I was in high school during the early to mid 80's and all my favorite bands were 60s-70's bands (how did we go from Led Zepplin and Aerosmith to The Talking Heads and Devo practically over night!?!? :roll: ), my favorite cars were 60s-70s models and then there were the clothes of the 80's... don't get me started on the clothes...LOL! :lol: At the old age of 18 I already felt left behind! :(
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As I always tell people when they say I am an "old soul" who has no tolerance for all the "Millennial Malarkey".. I have always felt like I was born in the right place, at the wrong time. Oh and also.. spandex is a privilege, not a right.. and yes, sadly that goes for both sexes nowadays. I miss when skinny jeans were something that only the band members of the Ramones wore... but I digress.. :cry:
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I’ve been a Harley guy my whole life. For the first time since I was 19 I don’t own one after selling my FXR this past July. So I’d be in for a 1967 Shovel. I love the unrestored look.

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For a car.....the ‘67 Hemi GTX.

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Tue Jan 01, 2019 11:38 am

Im quite sure you guys can guess by these cars that I'm pretty young, and aside from most of the 80's cars being total junk, there were a few exceptions. These are my personal favorites. Definitely make sure to put a set of jumper cables in the trunk of that Jag though, haha!
Jaguar XJ-SC (V12) - Very James Bond / Hipster businessman
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Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham - Once considered the pinnacle of American luxury, now more of a downtown special, complete with hydraulics and a $20K stereo, hahaha!
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WIhat can i say? I love luxury sedans, and yep, I'm a ripe 31 years old.
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Doctor Willet wrote:
Tue Jan 01, 2019 11:38 am
Im quite sure you guys can guess by these cars that I'm pretty young, and aside from most of the 80's cars being total junk, there were a few exceptions. These are my personal favorites. Definitely make sure to put a set of jumper cables in the trunk of that Jag though, haha!
Jaguar XJ-SC (V12) - Very James Bond / Hipster businessman
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Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham - Once considered the pinnacle of American luxury, now more of a downtown special, complete with hydraulics and a $20K stereo, hahaha!
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WIhat can i say? I love luxury sedans, and yep, I'm a ripe 31 years old.
Oh thank goodness there is someone younger than I am. At least there will be one person I can look down my nose at with my extra 4 years of life experience. :D
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