nekom: It's like, how much more tacky could it be? And the answer is none. None more tacky.
Notabunny: Whatthefark: I'd rather have the '66 Nova in the sidebar.Yeah, '66 and '67 were the best. But I've always been nostalgic for a '69-'70. They're so approachable and blue-collar. My favorite combination is a '70 in dark green with a black vinyl top, black interior, 15x8 rallies in the back and 14x8s up front. Throw in a moderate 350 - 4spd combination, or (as long as I'm day dreaming) a moderate 383 - 5spd combo with 4-wheel disc brakes and a 4:11 posi out back, and I'd be happy to spend my days rubbing on the Turtle Wax, blasting some Bruce Springstieen on the Rockford Fosgate, and smoking the radial T/As. Good times. If you like, there's a fridge there inside the garage. Grab what you like. Bottle opener's on top.
swaniefrmreddeer: has travelled across the U.S. reminding people of the tragedy that took place on 9/11/2001That's good, I almost forgot about 9/11 myself.
Whatthefark: I'd rather have the '66 Nova in the sidebar.
Secret Agent X23: I'm pretty sure I could buy a '75 Nova and hire a pretty good artist do the same thing for something considerably less than $30 million. Oh, this one's autographed by governors and senators, you say? Well, that would make mine worth more.But then again, if I were going to do something like that, I'd probably opt for pictures of the Cramps in concert.
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