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So we have a spot the rice, why not a spot the nice? Had alot of fun with this thread on another car forum I used to staff on.

This morning I spotted a '65 'Stang convertible. Wimbledon White. Lovely.

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The second is a twin turbo Mystichrome Cobra. Kid has wrecked it twice and never got it to run right. It was nice when it was supercharged, but he couldn't leave it alone. Now he has a yellow cobra vert as well.

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That '70 is a beaut. That 'Stang is cool, too. Need a daylight pic :P

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Does this count? It's pure awesome.

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Model cars don't count, but that '73 Charger is re-damn-diculously gorgeous

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You say no and I still say amazing. That guy built those from just a body. He's literally got the tach wired up and the parachute hooked up to the trigger inside the car. Also has braided nitrous lines running from the bottle to the motor.

Also roughly 2500 horsepower total in the first picture of the Tbird if you look up the stairs in the background.

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HEY! That's Tech in the background..where I went to highschool!

on topic: That car looks like it's in great condition cool.gif

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You say no and I still say amazing. That guy built those from just a body. He's literally got the tach wired up and the parachute hooked up to the trigger inside the car. Also has braided nitrous lines running from the bottle to the motor.

Also roughly 2500 horsepower total in the first picture of the Tbird if you look up the stairs in the background.

Oh I totally agree. A HELL of alot of work must have gone into them models.

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Spotted this poor fella the other day.

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Ouch.

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lol nowhere special. In fact, that's a steel mill in the background.

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Spotted this poor fella the other day.

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Poor thing!!! Looks rust free! A new bumper, maybe a junkyard hatch, and it's be almost good as new :(

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Since there are pics of classics..I'd like to submit Cadillac during the height of it's luxury: The world renowned 1956 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special with all options including factory air conditioning in an ultra rare factory color. I really regret parting with it. Owned this one for 12 years.

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Ah, man, Jeff. That thing is pure beauty!

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That Caddy is the Luxury Liner of the Land Yachts. :wub: I loved the exhaust coming out of the bumper like that.

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Got a 2'fer the other day. In the foreground is a Citroen 2CV. In the background is a Fiat 128 (yellow). When I first saw the Fiat, I thought it was a Trabant. While I was checking it out, the 2CV rolled up. Spotted in Austin.

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Sweet catch!

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Got a 2'fer the other day. In the foreground is a Citroen 2CV. In the background is a Fiat 128 (yellow). When I first saw the Fiat, I thought it was a Trabant. While I was checking it out, the 2CV rolled up. Spotted in Austin

Ive seen one of those before...dont remember when or where though.

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Awesome 2CV!!!! There was a rickety old brown one that would putt around here, but haven't seen it in a couple years :/

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Spotted at the grocery store last night. 86? Tempo. Don't know why, but I like these ugly buggars.

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I took these awhile back at the Tupelo Car Museum. What do I win? mellow.gif

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Spotted this pristine, rust free Sable yesterday.

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Do the 2CV's literally have only two horsepower, or was it a French marketing thing to avoid some sort of tax?

Good condition, BTW.

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