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7skylark6 03-11-2004 03:12 AM

What's Your Dream Car!
Hi just thought i start another thread.
If you have it or not, what would your dream car be. Something you might already have planned on doing..


Mine would be a:

Navy Blue
With a 350
Stock Pontiac wheels
and gray leather interior
Thats what i would like to build or buy some day.

Something that would look like this.

poncho62 03-11-2004 04:31 AM

68-72 Big Block Nova, any colour. Am looking to trade my 62 Pontiac (guess I will have to change my screen name) for one.......

Will probably have to settle for a small block.

A32flathead 03-11-2004 07:11 AM

Cobra 427 s/c

Blue with the white stripe's.

mustangman1968 03-11-2004 09:41 AM

68 mustang mettalic red with red ghostflames, black and aluminum interior, tubed out with a 4 link, 408 stroked windsor with a hefty shot of nitrous, weld alumastar whells and some big old et slicks. c-4 tranny with a huge stall speed and manual valve body. damn i need to get a job

astroracer 03-11-2004 10:11 AM


Originally posted by mustangman1968
damn i need to get a job
And don't get married and have kids... Sucks the custom car money right out of ya...:rolleyes:

Magnus_Jager 03-11-2004 10:28 AM

My 1954 dodge finished and pretty.. (for now)
Next a 60's Barracuda except 66... Preferably formula S, or convertible.

k2mooch 03-11-2004 11:14 AM

'69 or '70 Mustang fastback.
Red w/ black accents.
Black interior with a silver guage face.
351W stroked to a 396 wtih Trick Flow Twisted Wedge Heads, Edlebrock Performer RPM intake, with twisted carb spacer to poke a cusom fabbed air cleaner out of the hood, but still underneath the factory scoop, C5 auto with TransGO shift kit, Holley 600cfm 4bl with jet upgrades, long tube Headman's to an X-pipe to 2 flowmaster 50 series, 10 pt. roll cage, 5 link simpson harness, wood grain steering wheels, 16 inch Torque Thrust II's wrapped in BF goodrich Drag Radials in the rear and Radial TA's in the front (no letters), detroit locker in the 9in rear end with some traction bars, and an all around tight suspension.

No nitrous, but flamethrowers on the tailpipes.


Sandflea427SS 03-11-2004 11:22 AM

Well, I've answered these types of threads before with the Cheetah or any myriad of Chevy product....
But, lately I've got my eye on the '42 Desotos....convertible!!
Huge toothy grille and hidden cool...

Plus I'd like a '46-'49 New Yorker Business Coupe...
The Business Coupe was just a three passenger car with no back seat....just a HOOOOGE trunk....Very cool look......only bad thing is from '46-'49 there were only 700 produced....These cars weren't like the usual business coupes with no back seat and a standard roof. The New Yorker B.C. had the "compact ****pit" style with the "C" pillar right behind the door.

I don't think I'd hotrod either of the cars either....just stock as a stove...Huge whitewalls and all.....:thumbup:

Gen3_with_455 03-11-2004 11:40 AM

Hippie 03-11-2004 11:52 AM

A 427 '67 Stingray Coupe in Marina Blue with a black stripe, black interior and redwalls on Rally whhels. :drool:

Slightly_Slanted6 03-11-2004 01:28 PM

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*sigh*.. some day my love

Erk 03-11-2004 02:42 PM

69' Chevy reg cab shortbed, with a 434 SBC with a twin turbo setup.


kidcuda 03-11-2004 02:53 PM

Pearl White
426 Max Wedge
Grey-Satin Auto/drag Centerlines
Black or Charcoal Interior

This has been my dream car scince I was 6 years old. My dad had this exact car except his was'nt a max wedge. His was just a street wedge with a Holly Dominator Intake and a Carter Carb.

Weimer 03-11-2004 03:11 PM

Need I say any more?!

WEIMER 03-11-2004 03:18 PM



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