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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by vegasphotog, Nov 2, 2009.
^ Looks like photoshopped 2000GT:
Wil...Im sorry....but thats jus wrong
Wrong wrong wrong.....the original roofline please...or the one off convertible from James Bond.. You Only Live Twice
Let me check my wallet . . . looks like I got . . . not enough.
'50 Ford huh
I could NOT for 1 minit...fathom......driving that....that....thing!
I always thought the Accord was the best looking Japanese wagon of that era, but I hate those wheels.
Went to Saratoga Auto Museum yesterday and some cars from their annual auction were still in the yard waiting to be shipped to new owners. This is an incredibly rare 75 Saab 96 wagon with the rear jump seat, factory rack, every manual, maintenance record and even a Saab leather bomber jacket that came with the car new. Never restored, repainted or messed with. One female owner from new. She died at 103 and her family put it up for sale.
Good on Granny
Interesting looking camper.
I would like to see how it is laid out inside. As mentioned above, I couldn't imagine driving that particularly on a windy day. Cool looking to be sure but there is probably a good reason why they weren't popular if that was a factory made unit.
Great story on the Saab. Thanks for posting!
As a long roof family and pick up camper folk - very interested. Looks like it was designed for a wagon.
Any back story?