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Me? 

Either a 1966 Buick Special...
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or a 1966 Olds Starfire.
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They both resemble the 1966 Chevelle...
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but are just a little different.

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The black '67 GT500 with the aluminum 427, 700hp engine signed off in the Shelby Registry by Caroll himself as the engine that was in the car, that was sold at Barret Jackson in 2004.

Or, if said relative didn't see that car or isn't a Ford fan...

'87 GNX.

It's a big barn... Maybe both are in there.

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Oh this is easy... The Custom designed 1973 Sting Ray Corvette from the 1978 movies Corvette Summer. 

Designed by Tom Daniel and built by Chuck Miller.

But if it's a race car man wouldn't it be cool if it was this? 

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2 hours ago, Jack Brady said:

Oh this is easy... The Custom designed 1973 Sting Ray Corvette from the 1978 movies Corvette Summer. 

Designed by Tom Daniel and built by Chuck Miller.

You're kidding, right?

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Or I'd take another 1980 Monte Carlo turbo charged v 6 with a 4 barrel with all leather, air and t-tops. Wouldn't spin the tires on blacktop but as soon as that turbo kicked In that thing hauled ass and you could literally watch gas gauge go down!

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Christine,, that '58 Fury,, except with a 1,000 hp hellaphant motor! at least that tank had a frame! unlike pony cars

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16 hours ago, Jack Brady said:

Oh this is easy... The Custom designed 1973 Sting Ray Corvette from the 1978 movies Corvette Summer.

I think I'd rather find Annie Potts circa 1978 under that tarp...

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I was thinking the Tim Richmond Super Modified myself. That thing is a piece of history ... would have been legendary if it ever got into a race.

A really cool car to come across would have Bob McCreadie's black 9 Falcon. It's a shame that car got destroyed, it was amazing on the track.

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7 hours ago, John Williams said:

I think I'd rather find Annie Potts circa 1978 under that tarp...

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Circa 2019 ain't too shabby either.

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7 hours ago, BillSmith said:

I was thinking the Tim Richmond Super Modified myself. That thing is a piece of history ... would have been legendary if it ever got into a race.

A really cool car to come across would have Bob McCreadie's black 9 Falcon. It's a shame that car got destroyed, it was amazing on the track.

How about a street vehicle - something American production built? That's kind of what I was hoping for.

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7 hours ago, BobMiller said:

How about a street vehicle - something American production built? That's kind of what I was hoping for.

Another if I may?  1969 Dodge Dart 340 GTS, one-of-one, console delete, rear stripe delete, red-line tires, rallye wheels, limited slip rear 3.23 to 1,  forest green , black interior, buckets,  w/ wood-grain wheel and shift knob, factory Hurst shifter, my first car purchased Oct 1968 upon graduation from college.  No lie, I have dreams about this car at least once a week. 

Here it is, but mine had the rear stripe deleted and black interior:

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