|Yesterday 10:38 PM|
|Yesterday 09:43 PM|
A 61 Chevy Belair
you are right looks like early 60s Chrysler now.
|Yesterday 09:14 PM|
Kind of looks a bit like a Chrysler now.
|Yesterday 08:40 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||Close one eye this is going to hurt,cant belive some one did this to a Belair,|
|Yesterday 05:48 PM|
|Yesterday 05:35 PM|
|Yesterday 05:07 PM|
The electronics in those things were classified somewhere between horrible and downright awful! Very early in the development of automotive electronics, hugely unreliable and done in the very finest traditions of Lucas quality. Computers that could not live in an environment of vibration or heat.
Remember the first Buicks with CRT dashes? Caddys with the 4-6-8 engines?) Now have that stuff done on a very small volume sans much development/testing.
|Yesterday 05:03 PM|
|silentpoet||ReDONKulous 93 caprice wagon|
|Yesterday 04:36 PM|
Ok, I am guilty of liking that car, I DIG it. I saw one in the Disneyland parking lot in 1984, it is a SHOCKINGLY different car and YES it has a very low roof line. The one I saw was a sedan. I just looked them up and they only bring about $30K holy crap, I could DIG driving that everyday, sorry Marge.
Now here is a COME ON NOW! It's photo shopped thank goodness, I don't have to go beat someones butt.
|Yesterday 03:42 PM|
It was designed with wealthy Middle Eastern buyers in mind. You could pack a lot of wives in a Aston Martin! Interestingly enough, this Aston Martin was the first production car in the world to use computer management and a digital instrument panel. The Series 3 used cathode ray tubes for the instrumentation, which proved even less reliable than the original model's light-emitting diode (LED) display.
|Yesterday 03:02 PM|
I thought the Somali Pirates had overtaken all of these????
|09-01-2014 12:29 PM|
|08-31-2014 03:53 PM|
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|08-31-2014 07:50 AM|
|Too Many Projects||
Looks like it might have been built by the same company that built the one up here. It has a NC registration number.
|08-31-2014 07:15 AM|
$79,900... Come On Man!
Somebody is mighty proud of this one: Current Inventory of Classic / Collector Cars at RK Motors Charlotte
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