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Poll results: '67 Chevrolet or Ford?
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Poll is closed Dec 16, 2022
'67 Chevrolet  -  votes: 8 / 50%
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'67 Ford  -  votes: 7 / 43.8%
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Tie  -  votes: 1 / 6.3%
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Poll: Which '67? (12/2/2022)

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John Bono
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1967 Chevrolet of Ford?

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1967 Chevrolet Impala SS 427 3
1967 Ford Galaxie 500 XL 4

John Bono
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David Green
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I would happily drive either on of these cars.


   
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Brush
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Ford please.  The last year I liked the full size Chevrolet is 1964. Last year for the Ford full size 1968.


   
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Frank Reed
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I really like the beautiful 67 impala 👍(less so the 68 tailights).  That Ford is very attractive as well.

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George Schire
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I vote for the RED one.  I like both, but would choose the styling of the Ford just a little over the Chevy.  If they were '65's, it would be the other way around.  

George Schire
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Ford please.  The last year I liked the full size Chevrolet is 1864. Last year for the Ford full size 1968.

LOL, wasn't aware that Chevy was around in 1864.  If you remember a Chevy from that year, I have to say you're really, really old.  Shocked

George Schire
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Bob Jackman
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Not crazy about either but slight nod to Ford.


   
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John Kuvakas
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A tough choice for me. I love 'em both, both have DDG interiors and I like the styling plus they're both 427s. I vote for the Ford for two reasons, it has no vinyl top. and I really like Ford's 427. 

John Kuvakas
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Pete Rovero
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Love them both, but slight edge to the Chevrolet. 


   
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Ed Glorius
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@pete-rovero 

Me too.

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Jack Dodds
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Through the years '65 thru '67 these two cars IMHO are close in comparison.  In all three years though I give the nod to the Ford Galaxie 500 HT.  It's almost a dead tie in '65 as both designs were gorgeous, although so very different.  Less so for Chevy in '66 and '67 as the look of its tail lights and grille paled more each year compared to the amazing '65.  Then in '68 the looks of both of these cars, although still attractive, faded quite a lot compared to the previous three years.  The bumper integrated tail light design of the Chevy was a major disappointment for me.


   
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John Kuvakas
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@jack-dodds, well said. They hit their peak in '65. But what a peak it was! Those that followed were still great designs but they couldn't compare to that amazing year in car design. All the makers were firing on all their cylinders at the same time.

John Kuvakas
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Jack Dodds
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@jack-dodds, well said. They hit their peak in '65. But what a peak it was! Those that followed were still great designs but they couldn't compare to that amazing year in car design. All the makers were firing on all their cylinders at the same time.

I agree absolutely John.  IMHO 1965 was the peak year for all American car design of that decade; including the smaller companies.  The new Mustang of course contributed greatly to the buzz of '65.  The muscle car impact was phenomenal as well in the second half of the decade; but '65 was THE year.


   
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@ed-glorius  

Me 3 ! 

But lose the vinyl top. I prefer those flowing lines w/o it. 

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@jack-dodds  

I especially liked the '65 Chrysler hardtops ! 

Steve 


   
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