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John Kuvakas
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John Kuvakas
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john barry
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Excitement Scared Shut Mouth Gape  


   
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David Green
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There were reasons that I abandoned American cars in the 1970s. They look more interesting to me now but I’m still glad that I avoided them and went European and Japanese. My wife had American wagons which were great for towing and our camping life, but we stayed away from the styles show here. Thanks for the review JK.


   
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TerrySlekar
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Very nice, they may have lacked performance (for the most part), but they sure looked the part!

Zeeky Banutski
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Brush
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Dislike that period, period.

Very late  '40's to very early '70's were the cars I grew up with, hence my love for this period.

"73 went to motorcycles & pickups.

'90's to Japanese cars.


   
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Jack Dodds
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This eras doesn't do much for me , although I still appreciate seeing it on display.  I must say the Olds Cutlass and Buick Regal are sharp looking cars.  The black "GTO" makes me want to weep.  Nonetheless it is great to see this era so well represented.


   
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Mike DeTorrice
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Very interesting cars ! Some were much better than others, but silly over-regulation could and did hurt several of them. Some cool ones and all are interesting in their own way.


   
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