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Hurst Olds, hands down.

Good history on that one.

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man that olds is the shizzle, theres a local "custom" shop that specializes in big wheel cars and there was a 73 442 sitting in their fence for a while. i finally stopped looking when i passed because i knew the sad fate that was in store for her...

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man that olds is the shizzle, theres a local "custom" shop that specializes in big wheel cars and there was a 73 442 sitting in their fence for a while. i finally stopped looking when i passed because i knew the sad fate that was in store for her...

:nono:

That's just sad.

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Does it anger anybody else that the poster of the one-owner 1975 Cadillac Fleetwood station wagon proudly announces in the description that he's going to rip the engine out of the car and put it in a f@#king worthless piece of $h! Florida redneck airboat before you can buy it? They made probably no more than six of these, and this is the one he chooses to be a heart donor for his turdboat? You mean to tell me that out in geriatric paradise he can't find some beat up Sedan DeVille that will yield the same result?

Ass.

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Does it anger anybody else that the poster of the one-owner 1975 Cadillac Fleetwood station wagon proudly announces in the description that he's going to rip the engine out of the car and put it in a f@#king worthless piece of $h! Florida redneck airboat before you can buy it? They made probably no more than six of these, and this is the one he chooses to be a heart donor for his turdboat? You mean to tell me that out in geriatric paradise he can't find some beat up Sedan DeVille that will yield the same result?

Ass.

Exactly the reaction I was waiting for! :AH-HA_wink:

If you read the questions at the end of the listing you will notice that he is willing to sell it with the engine.

Otherwise, I agree.

He's an ass.

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Reminds me of those people that buy a rotted out 70's car for $100, yank the engine and transmission, then turn around and try and sell it for $1,000 because "There aren't many of these classics left!"

Or even worse, those jackasses that rape a numbers-matching El Camino SS so they can build their thrashed out Malibu into a Chevelle SS clone.

Automotive criminals!

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Reminds me of those people that buy a rotted out 70's car for $100, yank the engine and transmission, then turn around and try and sell it for $1,000 because "There aren't many of these classics left!"

Or leave the engine and transmission in and try to sell it for $5500 because it's THE LAST OF THE TRUE BIG BLOCK MUSCLE CARS when the car in question is like a '79 Mercury Colony Park station wagon because retards think anything with more than six cylinders is a "muscle car" and have no idea what "big block" means.

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I'm about ready to go down to Florida and f@#king steal it just because I hate people like that so much. I'd rather have to replace a driver's side window than piece the whole car back together.

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That '75 Cadillac Vista Cruiser is one RARE beast and yes the seller needs to

grow up and buy a crate 350 for his stupid fan boat. What a tool. <_<

I'd trade the Banana Boat for that Cadillac ALL DAY LONG!

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I really hope someone saves it.

I like that GTO, one-family owned and very original.

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I like that Olds.

But, uh, I'll gladly take that Monte Carlo ;). he he

Cort:34swm."Mr Monte Carlo.Mr Road Trip".pig valve&pacemaker

WRMNshowcase.legos.HO.models.MCs.RTs.CHD = http://www.chevyasylum.com/cort

"The scar, that scar remains" ... Poison ... 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn'

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I'd love to save the Cadillac wagon, too bad a falling US dollar plus rising fuel costs equals ridiculous shipping costs. It'd probably cost me more to get the car up here than what I'd pay for it. Much as I hate to see nice old American cars leave the country, I hope some crazy Swede buys it because American cars are treated like gold over there and the most mundane things are restored to concours-quality standards.

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I like that Olds.

But, uh, I'll gladly take that Monte Carlo ;). he he

Cort:34swm."Mr Monte Carlo.Mr Road Trip".pig valve&pacemaker

WRMNshowcase.legos.HO.models.MCs.RTs.CHD = http://www.chevyasylum.com/cort

"The scar, that scar remains" ... Poison ... 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn'

I was hoping you'd see that. :AH-HA_wink:

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XP's right. The King of Sweden collects classic Oldsmobiles. no joke.

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I'd love to save the Cadillac wagon, too bad a falling US dollar plus rising fuel costs equals ridiculous shipping costs. It'd probably cost me more to get the car up here than what I'd pay for it. Much as I hate to see nice old American cars leave the country, I hope some crazy Swede buys it because American cars are treated like gold over there and the most mundane things are restored to concours-quality standards.

:scratchchin:

Well, Project Camino cost more to ship than I paid for it.

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Hey XP, that Caddy is driveable! :AH-HA_wink:

Hint, hint.

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Screw driver's licenses. You should be required to have a license to even come into come contact with a car, much less own or talk about one.

Totally agree. Cars like this:

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are why hoodrats need to be issued lifetime universal bus passes from the federal government.

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I like the GTO.

I think there's a Monte like that sitting in Lowell in a yard next to a building or house or whatever near Wendy's that's rotting away (the driver's quarter panel is almost gone).

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All very cool. I haven't seen one of those Blazer campers in like forever... wow. Dude threatening to butcher that Cadillac wagon needs de-nutted. The Monste Cahlo is sweet, no vinyl top, yay. The GTO is cool, as a fairly unloved model year, but I like it. The '73 Cutlass is a honey, I hope it comes with the factory wheels. I think the Olds was the best looking of the new-for-'73 A-bodies.
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All very cool. I haven't seen one of those Blazer campers in like forever... wow. Dude threatening to butcher that Cadillac wagon needs de-nutted. The Monste Cahlo is sweet, no vinyl top, yay. The GTO is cool, as a fairly unloved model year, but I like it. The '73 Cutlass is a honey, I hope it comes with the factory wheels. I think the Olds was the best looking of the new-for-'73 A-bodies.

Pretty much agree with all of that, Ocn.

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