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Poll results: '66 Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth?
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Poll is closed Oct 09, 2022
'66 Chevrolet  -  votes: 7 / 35%
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'66 Ford  -  votes: 7 / 35%
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'66 Plymouth  -  votes: 4 / 20%
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Tie  -  votes: 2 / 10%
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Sorry, no interest in this selection.  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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Poll: Which '66? (9/25/2022)

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John Bono
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'66 Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth?

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1966 Chevrolet Impala SS coupe 5
1966 Ford Galaxie 500 3
1966 Plymouth Sport Fury 4a

John Bono
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John Bono
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For me it's Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford.

John Bono
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Frank Reed
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Going with Ford slight edge over Chevy followed by Plymouth.

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George Schire
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CHEVROLET, Plymouth, Ford.  And for what it's worth, if they were '65's, it would have been the same.  If this were just between Plymouth and Ford, it would be Plymouth both years.  Just wasn't a fan of Ford's "square box" look for '65 and '66.  BUT, CHEVROLET for '65 and '66 were out of the ballpark homeruns!  

George Schire
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Bob Jackman
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Plymouth and Chevy and Ford tied for second.


   
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Ed Glorius
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Chevy first. It's almost as good looking as the 1965. The other two lost more of the plot from that ultimate year, but I'll take the Plymouth second.

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John Kuvakas
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Now...this is a tough one. All three are excellent examples of mid-sixties design at its best. Today, I'll take the ford. Tomorrow...

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David Green
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This time, Chevrolet, Ford, then Plymouth. Could have been somewhat different another day as all have attractive features.


   
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Moe Parr
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Plymouth, Chevy, then a distant third for the Ford.

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Brush
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Voted Plymouth but actually in '66 it is a tie with the Ford, don't care for the Chevy.  


   
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John Napoli
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I had to go with a tie.  The 3 models are all favorites of mine.  And I guess the reason is, is that they are all different in design with no likeness between them.


   
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Larry kemling
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Chevy…ford….Plymouth 


   
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Jack Dodds
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Ford wins this one easily...love the crisp styling and roof line;  followed by Chevy then Plymouth.  IMHO both Chevy and Plymouth nose and rear end treatments for '66 looked less attractive than their '65 offerings, which were awesome.


   
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