Vintage Concept Car

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I can\’t decide if I love it or hate it.


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    Drewlicious

    That car looks sexy.

    hellb0y666

    and so is the girl!

    dieAntagonista

    I don’t know about the car, but I sure do love the poster.

    Nyokki finds the best retro/ vintage stuff. And that flickr account has some dope stuff. And whoa, the Dark Roasted Blender is even better. I collect posters like that. Hooray.

    riverdaledragon

    “Why buy a imported car” Well I guess ignorance is bliss huh?

    King_Groovy

    well in all fairness, in the 1960s, American cars were durable, dependable, and damn sexy

    marcuserektus

    I’d certainly take the original Avanti at the bottom (even if it is a Studebaker).

    RepairmanJackX

    The car at the bottom is an 1800-series VOLVO.
    I’ve owned two.

    Puulaahi

    Is your car date bait? I’ll wait 7 or 8 more years before I answer that question. 1967 and 68 had the most beautiful car designs and American Muscle. I want a Chevy Corvette or Chevelle so bad. More HP the better.

    deuce

    If the Americans had made cars that looked this cool, they may have staved off the imports for a few more years. The 1970 car stylings were basically Detroit saying “Suck on our shit, America!”

    Puulaahi

    @nyokki: 69 and 70 were good years too. 307 is plenty of HP too. I want one so bad. Sounds like you guys had good times in those vehicles Nyokki.

    marcuserektus

    Duh! Stoopid me…That’s what I get for glancing at the pic leaning back in my chair. It is the Volvo…P1800 or something? A guy locally has a sweet black one.

    marcuserektus

    @nyokki and Puulaai

    I’ve got a (don’t laugh) a ’70 Chevelle wagon with a 454 that looks like a felony traffic stop waitin’ to happen and a ’70 Nova with pieces of a 427 big block waiting for a certain alignment of the planets before it finds it’s way into the engine bay 😛

    SumoSnipe

    Sigh. got to drive a 69 Coupe DeVille for a summer job when I was 17….man I wanted that barge.
    @marcuserektus: damn fun project you have in the wings.

    RepairmanJackX

    Judging from the bumper, that it likley a P1800 Jensen (made in the U.K. and very problem-prone) or maybe a very early 1800S (made in Sweden and will run forever unless it rusts away).

    I stick to the 120-series Amazon models, personally.