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Yeah, it's cold. But there are still some hot vehicles on the road this time of year. Let us know what's out there. Edited by ocnblu
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NOTHING! Bwahahahah!

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Saw a brand new Fusion yesterday and a brand new G6 a few days ago. The Fusion was much nicer. And it was black. :drool:

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Saw a brand new Fusion yesterday and a brand new G6 a few days ago. The Fusion was much nicer. And it was black. :drool:

A '10 Fusion?

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A guy that moved to my building a month ago just bought a brand new Mazda 6. Those babies are sharp looking.

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A '10 Fusion?

Yessir, and it looks even better on the street in the grime and snow than it does at the autoshow!

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I followed a baby blue, circa 1975 LTD up the street this week. Its rear bumper, painted silver, with duct tape covering large rust holes, was mounted a couple inches to the right of normal. Every time it would hit a bump, that big ol' bumper would jiggle like Aretha Franklin's ass cheeks. I was sure it was going to fall off and total my poor little Cobalt with one bounce off the street.
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I followed a baby blue, circa 1975 LTD up the street this week. Its rear bumper, painted silver, with duct tape covering large rust holes, was mounted a couple inches to the right of normal. Every time it would hit a bump, that big ol' bumper would jiggle like Aretha Franklin's ass cheeks. I was sure it was going to fall off and total my poor little Cobalt with one bounce off the street.

Heh-heh...my brother had a couple mid '70s ('73, 74) LTDs back in the '80s, both had serious rust issues...on both, you could open the trunk and see ground...was open between the frame rails..he made a trunk floor out of plywood...had the rear bumpers wired on. One he paid $50 for and drove for a couple of winters...the radiator fell out and he ran over it, and what eventually killed the car was when the rear axle fell off while driving...had like 350k miles. I still give him a hard time for his 'white trash' affectation during those years (and this is a well educated guy, Ohio State grad, but a perpetual f*ck up and the black sheep of my family).

Back on point, I haven't anything really memorable this first week of February.

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There's a black Renault Alliance DL convertible with Texas plates that lives on campus. I've never seen a Renault in person before.

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orange/white roof mid 70's Impala 2-door sedan

some weird 5-door version of the Mercury Tracer I've never seen before

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An early '80s Datsun 280ZX in yellow with later 300ZX wheels. Decent shape...haven't seen one of those in ages.

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Saw a Nissan 370Z on 95 heading to DC today. Looks like a pufferfish from the front. Not too bad though.

Also saw a Quattroporte with black wheels on a tow truck.

Not quite of note, but every time I've gone by a car wash, it has been PACKED. Everyone's getting the salt off their cars, it seems.

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Yeah, it's cold.

Not here.

Today, on the freeway next to me, en route to the rail station:

Last version (2005?2006?) Pontiac GTO - black exterior, red interior, black dash with red instrument cluster bezels. This is indeed a good looking car...had it only been silver...

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Black BMW E24 6er

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Uhh.... does 'hot blonde driving an Audi A4 wagon' qualify as a reply? :smilewide:

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Saw a solid driver '55 Chevy 4-dr sedan (maybe a Two-Ten), multi-colored blue paint & primer, but straight and sitting on fat blackwalls w/ 5-slots.

'65 Buick Wildcat hardtop fastback, bright red, ... couldn't make much out thru the shrubs it was parked behind.

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Saw a '39 Plymouth two-door sedan today, mildly rodded and covered in salt! Unbelievable; could be the owner's only car right now maybe?

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Saw a '39 Plymouth two-door sedan today, mildly rodded and covered in salt! Unbelievable; could be the owner's only car right now maybe?

Wild...can't imagine having a 70yr old car as your only car...brave man. Having an 8 yr old car w/ 95k makes me nervous.

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