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your favorite cars in YOUR life .. besides the SS

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yeah, we all know the SS is it today but .. .. ..
as expected, many threads already exist to brag about the SS .. this is not for such no SS brags here ...

List your favorite car(s) in your life, and what made it so .. backseat observations included Ö

#1 .. '68 fastback Impala with a bench seats, front and back ...

#2 .. Lincoln Mark VII LSC, most aerodynamic, quiet and comfortable family cars (had two) I have ever owned, plus able to cruise at triple digits ...



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1970 Olds Cutlass Supreme with bucket seats. Lots of great memories better kept too myself.
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Mine would be the other car in my sig except that Iíve never actually driven it. It has been under restoration forever.

I keep my cars on average 10 years which means I just havenít owned many (the SS is #5), My 2nd favorite was probably the Tacoma. Insanely reliable and very enjoyable to drive in a much different way. It only had one minor issue ó the frame rotted out.

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Owned it in 1972-1974. Should have never sold it.

And I can not find any pics of it....
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I haven't really owned that many cars over the years compared to many "enthusiasts". I tend to get attached to them and keep them longer than I should. Even so, it's hard to pick a single favorite. Since the OP listed two, I'll try that.

1. 2001 M5. A great car to drive, an OK car to own. Sold in '06 when our second was born. The SS goes along way toward easing the pain, but I still miss it sometimes.







2. Stretched '77 CJ5. The most fun I ever had with my clothes on, over and over and over again. A nightmare to own, mostly because I made countless terrible decisions and ruined a great Jeep. Hasn't been started in over 5 years. Collecting dust in a storage barn on nearly flat tires. Will probably need to sell it soon and it will not be easy to do.




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No car I have ever owned compares to the 2 SSs we have owned.

Not my 1979 Trans Am (the first nice car I ever owned).
Not my 1974 (?) Jensen Healy.
Not even my 1968 Mercedes 250 SL (White with red leather interior).

The SSs are faster, handle better, more reliable than any of those cars.
It really isn't a contest....
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