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1965 Buick Riviera GS

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Oldsmobile 88, all 50 years of them.

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Why mine is the one and only model year of the 1969 Pontiac Custom-S Hardtop Coupe. It was my 1st car and I still own her today. Ahh the memories! :AH-HA_wink: She has the 350 in her, and she has as much life now as she did when she was new.

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That 4-Door Hardtop is class.

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Ok, ok, I'm tempted to say Intrigue but I will defer to my childhood love, even prior to my being able to drive one:

The 1975 or 1976 Olds Cutlass Salon coupe with buckets, console, rally gauges, the color keyed rally wheels. and the ultra-quiet and long-lasting Olds Rocket 260 V8.

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With an EPA fooling SD455 of course. :wub:

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Loaded question. I can't pick.
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Loaded question. I can't pick.

Let me guess 'blu, its the Vega isnt it? It's ok. We're you're friends. :AH-HA_wink:

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3 guesses :AH-HA_wink:

Chevy Chevette? It did have RWD! :AH-HA_wink:

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That convertible is :wub: Beautiful!

Yeah I love the Pontiac A-Bodies from 1968-1972. If only Pontiac would do an A-Body retro from that time, that would almost be better than sex for me. :smilewide:

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If they did it would have to be based off the Holden Commodore platform. What irony that would be huh? :smilewide::ph34r:

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If they did it would have to be based off the Holden Commodore platform. What irony that would be huh? :smilewide::ph34r:

I said "If only Pontiac would do an A-Body retro from that time", not frigging Holden. See now you went and messed up my wet dream! :P

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I couldn't pick an all-time favorite....too many....

....but a random mention goes to a couple of Buicks I loved......the Electra T-Type and the LeSabre T-Type coupe.......

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I'd have to say that a Tri-5 Nomad is my favorite but the late 50's Apache and ANY 68-72 A-Body are very close.

Which is why I am very happy with this.

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My brother just picked up an unmolested 71 El Camino and I was pretty much drooling over it.

Now, is anyone who remembers how many Camaros I own surprised by my selection? Camaros are right up there too and my favorite of them are the 70-73's.

Corvettes are real close too.

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The A and G bodies from 1964 - 1988 cover almost all of the GM cars I love, along with most F-bodies and Corvettes, any Holden RWD, and the original Novas up to the mid 70s. There are a few others, but that's the lion's share.

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im sure this will surprise noone... especially those who saw the sig i had a while ago...

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1969 corvette L88... mmmmm

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Best GM car of all time for what? Looks? Performance? Daily driver?

I like the 1963-1967 Corvettes the best. In their time they were ASTOUNDINGLY good looking cars comparative to anything the WORLD had to offer, forget about just the domestics. I like the Coupes best.

I like the late model Corvettes for performance, bang for the buck, etc. I just don't like the LOOKS of the late model Corvette, not bad, but nothing to write home about IMO.

Daily driver/utilitarian vehicle would probably go the the SSSilverado. Power, all wheel drive, decent looks- it's a good work vehicle IMO.

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