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Dog Days - August

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Please don't make me beg. Sit up and tell us if you've chased any cool cars lately. :)
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Yeller Murcielago, black SRT8 300, and a few Euro spec Cadillacs today. Bergundy w/ silver stripes Shelby Cobra yesterday.

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first enclave i saw in my hometown, the red color, looked nice.... forgot, saw a ...thinking a ford GT last sunday, had a mean exhaust note and flew by pretty quickly.

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Another Shelby Cobra, this time bright red, and a Magnum cop car.

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Oh, I saw a Lucerne Super yesterday, but just at a glance in rush hour traffic, it was like 10 cars behind me.

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I saw a sharp silver '04 Marauder w/ sun roof last night... parked next to a black Charger SRT8.

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- 1970 Chevelle, daytona yellow w/ tuxedo black SS stripes

- 1935/6/7 flat black coupe of some sort... maybe a '36 Pontiac? on a dark road at 2am

- 1973 Pontiac Grand Am 4-dr post

- 1947 Ford pickup (for sale in a dirt driveway)

- Magnum SRT-8 hidding in the back of a poor lit parking lot... MENACING.

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-1981 DeLorean DMC-12

-1957 Chevrolet 210 sedan (in primer)

-1954 Chevrolet pickup

-1968 Buick LeSabre hardtop sedan

-1966 Buick Electra 225 hardtop coupe

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Kinda sorta stole my title.

In any event, this morning had some gems:

-72 Ford LTD 2-door, FOR SALE!! ($5000 though) Could have done without the 70s aftermarket mags, but it's a serviceable package.

-Canadian Pontiac Tempest (our Chevy Corsica). Wondered how the driver got it and where he was from

-1st gen. Monte Carlo with SS badges (did actual SS Montes exist back then?)

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-1st gen. Monte Carlo with SS badges (did actual SS Montes exist back then?)

Yes, but they had really subtle SS badges down on the rocker trim, IIRC.
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An Enclave in the Toyota HQ parking lot

Were they busy disassmebling it and reverse engineering it?

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Oh, I saw a Lucerne Super yesterday, but just at a glance in rush hour traffic, it was like 10 cars behind me.

Wow, does the Super's grille reflect that much sunlight that you can spot one from that far? :smilewide:

Saw a Ferrari F430 at the office building's garage last week. From what my colleagues told me, the car has just been there for months with no signs of actually being driven...

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haha Satty.

I saw a Caravan and a Maserati Quattroporte the other day too.

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I did finally see an HHR panel on the road, I had seen a few on lots. I also saw something else rare that caught my attention, but I've completely forgotten what it was now.

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Red, uplevel HHR panel. White/black vinyl top/black cloth '71 Impala coupe with Cragar S/S rims, lookin' fine.
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I came | | this close to buying a 1951 Packard 200 coupe today for the astronomical sum of $800 until I remembered that I had no place to put it and my poor Eldorado would never get done if I kept buying stuff. Shame, too, as it was 100% complete and wasn't in terrible shape. What a little honey of a car. It's times like this that make me wish I had a big barn to squirrel something like this away in till I was ready for it.

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Yes, but they had really subtle SS badges down on the rocker trim, IIRC.

'70 and '71 only (no '72 SS cars) and the emblem is on the bottom trim of the front fenders.

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