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Classic Muscle Cars of Yeteryear

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There were so many awesome,powerful,fast and amazing Muscle Cars. Does anyone one still have a vintage one or had one at one time? This is a thread to post pictures and stories of these great machines

OF YESTERYEAR that is Edited by ZEPFAN17

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So many awesome muscle cars are still around in mint condition

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126578d1302025974-spoiler-not-1967-mustang-fastback.jpg1967-Mustang-Fastback.

Ah, my first car. I had a 1966 gold like this except the hood. If you mispelled yesteryear the mods will fix it for you if you cannot edit it? Great thread idea

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I still own my very first car. This resides in my garage:

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Robert

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I might sound like a broken record but, I am one of the 'gear heads' here. Cars are my dad's life & it's how he makes a living. He has had some awesome cars to say the least. He also used to race in the 'super gas' class but I don't have any pictures of his car. It was a 2 door '56 Chevy Bel-Air. Anyways, one vehicle he did keep was his '66 Chevy truck. He did everything himself except his seat. We had a real nice lady do that for us. I also have a '63 Chevy II Nova that we are fixing to get started on. It will be an experience as it's my first 'hot rod' I have ever owned.

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My 1969 Plymouth Fury III isn't a muscle-car in the strict sense, but I'm hoping to eventually find a nice 440 to drop into it and have a pretty sweet sleeper.

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I'm definitely loving some of the sweet Mopars posted here.

Especially that incredible white 'Cuda, Sems Fir.

I'm guessing that's the 340 rather than the 383?

I seem to remember the 383s usually had the shaker scoop hoods.

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Ah, my first car. I had a 1966 gold like this except the hood. If you mispelled yesteryear the mods will fix it for you if you cannot edit it? Great thread idea

Sweet ride...I did mispell yesteryear and there is no way to edit it hope the mods do..Those Mustangs back then rocked the streets!

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I still own my very first car. This resides in my garage:

73Cudac.jpg

Robert

Thats great you still have it,thats a nice looking ride! Looks in mint condition!

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My 1969 Plymouth Fury III isn't a muscle-car in the strict sense, but I'm hoping to eventually find a nice 440 to drop into it and have a pretty sweet sleeper.

320944_4867923190274_1084496832_n.jpg

I'm definitely loving some of the sweet Mopars posted here.

Especially that incredible white 'Cuda, Sems Fir.

I'm guessing that's the 340 rather than the 383?

I seem to remember the 383s usually had the shaker scoop hoods.

My friend had a Fury III it was a boat and had a 383 in it

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