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I would like to see a deep red Studebaker Champion, like the one my father owned a long long time ago.
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Just for a change amongst so many wonderful candidates, this rare Bucciali.
Oh do come along chuckles. You are ‘having a lend’ as they say down the pub. Or a competition. That model is about as attractive as the model infront. Which wins the ‘Plain’ prize? You make me chuckle alright.
I like Wiggia’s Bucciali.
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A Cord, an Auburn or a Duesenberg (a real Doozy please).
That Bucciali for me.
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Ford’s original GT40 for me and I have a soft spot for the Dodge Viper and the Corvette. Though strictly speaking the GT40 was a collboration with the Brits as was the Shelby Cobra with AC cars.
Knew a guy in Jersey with a pink Caddy which was like a sofa on wheels. Which has just reminded me of my Dad’s old Cresta in the 60s which had the bench seats and the gear lever stuck out of the dash and the speedometer was a coloured horizontal line like a thermometer. I was about 5 or 6 then
The Bucciali is great. Packards looked the part and who can forget the Gran Torino in Starsky and Hutch or the Dodge Charger in Dukes of Hazzard. Great in a straight line but rubbish round the bends. Still it made for fun car chases.
Heres another beauty Packard Phaeton Speedster, and this of course is the problem you can just go on and on …………
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