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Old 09-22-2005, 09:30 PM
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1) and THE BEST looking Chevy ever produced........ 70 Chevelle 2 dr ht.

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Old 09-22-2005, 10:35 PM
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Favorite Chevys!

Montes Have Always Been My Favorites. Any Years. But Specially the 1970 and the 4th Gen SS's or LuxurySports, I Know its not between 1949 and 1973 but its what i like.







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Old 09-22-2005, 10:58 PM
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Id have to say not only my favorite chevy but favorite car is the 70-72 Nova SS. I had a 71 but I lost it street racing.. I know im a *******.


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Old 09-30-2005, 01:39 PM
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Kind of funny how i used this thread to help me search for a project car to buy.
Too bad everyone is naming cars that are extremely if not impossable to find these days.
just realilstic, everybody likes them.
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Old 09-30-2005, 01:43 PM
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no offence fords are no fun... the always come out with a weaker motor than chevy's or even pontaics.. which is pretty sad cuz except for the GTO which i'd say the king of all muscle cars..
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ya, kinda makes me wonder why the Chevy guys hop up the Chevys anyway.......... mmmmmmmmm?

WE ARE HOT RODDERS. THAT'S WHAT WE DO.

'Didn't riot just say that in # 57 ?????

Did ANYBODY not hop up the smoggers of the 70s? Who cared then if they were weak. We hopped them up just the same, so there was no difference after we did it.

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To RIOT:

The most important thing is the body/rust etc. spend $$ to get the best car you can. It is less expensive in the long run.

The rest is superfluous.
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Any topless Chevrolet

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1957 BelAir HT, no post, fuelie, Matador Red. The king of the tri fives if not the chevys IMHO.
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pretty much THIS car THE MOST GORGEOUS CAR EVER
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Doc here,

My all time Fav~O~rite Chevy..Humm...That's a hard one...

Probably the one That gets 200 Mpg, highway, 150 Mpg City (your results may vary..)

NEVER needs Oil changes..In~perpetuty Oil..

Tune ups required EACH and every 500,000 miles or 15 years whichever comes first..

Parts that are warranted For Lifetime...

Always cranks and starts on the second spin no matter what the conditions..

Never needs tires..Rotation optional..

And The infamous $1.99 a gallon plan now offered for 1 year on gas for a new purchase..

THAT would be my FAVORITE CHEVY...

But Since nobody is selling those yet..

1956 Corvette (My First Corvette) Convertible HDTP, Black on Red..301, (283 punched for you young guys..) 3 speed Close ratio..would suit me just fine..If I had the one I had in 68, I could sell it and buy a small country today..

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number 3,need i say more
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