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Poll: Which '49? (1...
 
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Poll results: '49 Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth?
Voter(s): 19
Poll is closed Dec 05, 2021
'49 Chevrolet  -  votes: 3 / 15.8%
3
15.8%
'49 Ford  -  votes: 15 / 78.9%
15
78.9%
'49 Plymouth  -  votes: 1 / 5.3%
1
5.3%
Tie  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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Sorry, no interest in this selection.  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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Poll: Which '49? (11/21/2021)


John Bono
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'49 Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth?

Be sure to make your selection.  Of course, please “Reply” to share your comments.

Best yet, please rank them. 

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1949 Chevrolet Deluxe Convertible 2
1949 ford custom convertible 6
1949 Plymouth Special Deluxe Convertible 2

John Bono
North Jersey


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Frank Reed
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Going with the Ford, stand out design!

Frank Reed
Chesapeake, VA


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Brush
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Ford please, close second Chevy, Plymouth distant third.


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David Vandermeer
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My fist car was a ‘49 Ford, so I’ll vote that way.

David Vandermeer
Corinth, Texas


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Jack Dodds
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Ford, Chevy, Plymouth in that order; with Ford styling and power train the clear winner.  I like all 3 cars very much though.


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Bob Jackman
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+1.


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George Schire
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This one a no-brainer for me.  CHEVROLET by a landside!  Could never get in to the "wide at the front/thin at the back" Ford, and the Plymouth just looks extremely dated by '49.  

George Schire
Oakdale, Minnesota


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David Green
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Given the great roadability and engine, I'll go for the Ford.


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Ed Glorius
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Ford, Chevy, Plymouth also. The Ford just looks so good.

Retired in Dunedin, Florida.


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David H
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Ford in '49. 


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John Napoli
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I'm with everyone else on this one.  Ford all the way.


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Frank Kocour
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Once again, I surprised myself.  My rank:  Plymouth, Chevy Ford.


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John Merritt
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The Ford is far more modern and "NEW" compared to the other two. Even today, it still looks so.

Ford, Chevy then Plymouth

John Merritt
South Lyon, Michigan - USA


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John Bono
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Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth.

John Bono
North Jersey


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Cruise to the holiday weekend with this new arrival!

This is the 1961 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Open top Jade Metallic in 1:43 scale by Stamp Models.

Order yours today! 👇

https://bit.ly/3OMNnVO