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Sixty8panther

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I'd love to park this thing inside a big manson in

the library... a room full of old leather-bound

books sitting on mohogany bookshelves.

What a cool looking survivor.

http://news.windingroad.com/auto-news/gm/l...or-165-million/

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I saw this a few months ago, I hope they get it running but don't fully restore it. This car is an amazing example of the rich Oldsmobile history that GM seems to have forgotten.

I don't think we'll ever see a $1.6 million Saturn.

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Maybe a Sky made entirely of 24 karat gold, with a windshield made of a single

piece of polished diamond, saphire-encrusted engine bock & uranium tires? :P

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More and more I'm seeing vehicles at auto shows that are in patina condiiton.

Something wonderful about that.

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Yes indeed Harley...

But for every one of those there's a hot-pink '40 Ford,

slime-green '55 Chevy & purple metallic '37 Pontiac

that would look AWESOME right now in their original

black/tan/earthtone paint if only their owners has not

jumped on the neon-day-glow revolution in the late

1980s & early 1990s. Depressing.

Too bad you can never "unrestore" paint. :(

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