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    storminator

    sweet.

    deleted_user

    I’m starting to get tired of all these “classic” 70’s era cars. They are starting to look the same.

    ack

    @casemods:
    Suffer bitch.

    End of the 60s, first 2 years of the 70’s… these were awesome cars. I had a 71 Cutlass. Great car.

    Pants

    ‘Cuda.

    deleted_user

    90’s were where it’s at. The interiors of these are barbaric.

    ack

    @casemods:
    OK, cannot argue against that.

    However, you could have a full-on orgy inside of most 60’s and 70’s sports cars.

    Name one from the 90’s you could manage have sex in without being a circus contortionist.

    Not that I would mind having sex with a circus contortionist… that would be fully acceptable…

    db_tanker

    ack has a major point.

    Besides, that car is a sad reminder of what the Chrysler Corp was once capable of manufacturing.

    soulmotor

    @casemods: I disagree, if I’m going to go down in a blaze of glory, I don’t want airbags or any other safety device saving me. 😛

    bytehead

    @casemods: I’m guessing that you haven’t actually owned one. I owned a ’71 Dodge Challenger. And if it hadn’t gotten totaled (not my fault even), I’d probably still own it.

    The only issue I would have with the interior today would be it being a tad lower than comfortable for me to get out of. The other issue would be no A/C living in Florida, but that’s a mechanical thing, not an interior thing.

    And I have yet to have a car deploy airbags, even those that have them.

    marcuserektus

    Check the price on a 1970 Hemi ‘Cuda convertible (only seven made five automatics and two with manual transmission).

    marcuserektus

    …or a “Panther Pink” 1970 Dodge Dart (or Plymouth Duster- I don’t recall which) forty left the factory painted that color.

    deleted_user

    @marcuserektus: Oh yeah… I remember that one show…he had a yellow one…with cheech marin

    ack

    @casemods:
    A better reference would be the Phantasm movies. I believe the main characters car in most of the 10+ movies was a Cuda.

    deleted_user

    @ack: I never saw those but I remember the guy saying on the show that they only made 7 of them…

    storminator

    @casemods- i used to own a 69 Road Runner. bad ass car. all power- zero options. manual steering, brakes, etc. it ran a 12.49 ET bone stock! the only cup holders we needed back then was between our legs. oh, and i out ran a cop in that car. i buried the speedo. and- i blew out the rear end, too!

    marcuserektus

    Let us not forget some other classic Mopar cinema: “Vanishing Point” (which I believe the band Audioslave was referencing in one of their music videos), “Bullit” with Steve McQueen where a brand new ’68 Dodge Charger was wrecked and burned in a chase scene and “Christine” a live ’57 Chrysler 300 (If I remember correctly).
    Since I do the Chevy thing, ’bout the only cult classic is “Two Lane Blacktop” starring a black primered ’55.

    deleted_user

    storminator: people always told me there was an engine you can put in my 88 gt that will make you outrun cops or something