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SEPTEMBER 2012 CAR SPOTTERS THREAD!!!

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After some gentle cattle prodding, I've come to realize that we need a September Car Spotters thread up in herr! So, let's wind down our summer with a nice munt of cool evening spots of new, old, or just plain unusual vehicle spottings!

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I'm not, it just isn't something that impresses me.

How about this: It's an Olds, so therefore it doesn't need improving. Preserving yes.

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Bangin' way to kick it off, Balthy. Plus, I see a beautiful red second-gen Corvair convertible in the background... plus two El Caminos with shaved handles.

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One of my buds who is an editor over at Automobile.com snagged this when he landed in LA the other day. I thought it was a great shot and I asked him if I could share it with you guys.

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Jalapeno Spark, first one I've seen parked at someone's house.

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One of my buds who is an editor over at Automobile.com snagged this when he landed in LA the other day. I thought it was a great shot and I asked him if I could share it with you guys.

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Epic!

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Hmmm...Photobucket is acting weird today; can't get my latest pic to show.

Stay tuned...

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1960 Massey Ferguson 95 Super. 7.0L inline six diesel that's governed at 1500 RPM. This thing could tug your house right off if its foundation without raising a sweat.

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Saw some wierdness w/ badging over the last few days...

Saw a Dodge Ram that someone had reworked the taillight badging to read 'DOUG'.

Saw a Chevy Volt that someone had rearranged the lettering to read 'VLOT'.

Saw a black Tahoe in Ohio that had the door badging changed to something like 'KINGSTON' or 'KINGMAN' in factory-styling lettering...strange.

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1956 Plymouth Savoy sedan, white over black, sitting in a driveway, sadly.

1964 Pontiac Catalina coupe, aqua, nice paint but over some rust spots, painted bumpers, poor interior, for sale.

1969 Camaro, green, nice shape, sitting in driveway, told by a buddy it's never going to be for sale.

1971 GTO, orange, nice shape, next to the Catalina, looked like a driver, no info.

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Saw some wierdness w/ badging over the last few days...

Saw a Dodge Ram that someone had reworked the taillight badging to read 'DOUG'.

Saw a Chevy Volt that someone had rearranged the lettering to read 'VLOT'.

Saw a black Tahoe in Ohio that had the door badging changed to something like 'KINGSTON' or 'KINGMAN' in factory-styling lettering...strange.

i think that last one is a custom conversion deal.

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