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1974 Pontiac GTO. Wichita, KS. Original, numbers match, with the exception of a TKO-600 5-speed. I've owned this car 32 years, and drove it to high school. Fully restored in 2005. It now runs and drive like new. Lots of memories with this car, and I'm glad I've been able to hold on to a somewhat rare, and sometimes controversial model year that is growing more and more collectible.
This Grand Prix is my first car purchased at the age of 19 in Philadelphia Pa. I have many memories with it and still add more every day. From drive in movies to cruising with friends from the city to vacations at the Jersey shore. It is a show car now but I still drive it regularly when I get the chance. It is an AACA Senior Grand National Winner and an AACA National Award Winner as well as a POCI National Award Winner. I plan on passing it onto my son so he can make his own memories with it.
'74 Olds Delta 88 Royale purchased in 2008. I told my then 7 year old grandson Zac that one day it would be his. Unfortunately Zac got leukemia and passed away in 2009. We did manage to get some cruising days in when he was physically able to go. It is affectionately known as the Zacmobile and goes to my son when I am gone. The Marine flag is in honor of my brother.
The red 1965 Mustang Fastback was restored by my son & me for his first car and driven through high school. This was a great project for him to learn all about the mechanics of a car. The white 1990 Mustang GT was my son's college car. The blue 1993 Mustang GT was my daughter's college car. Do you recognize the flag? We still own the '65 and '90. Unfortunately the '93 was totaled, but the 5-speed transmission lives on in the '65.
My Paxton equipped 1967 Shelby GT350. I worked at a shop that specialized in Mustangs, Shelby's and Cobras. My boss bought this 67 to add to hisShelby collection. I was driving a fully prepped for autocross 1967 Mustang GT/A but I fell in love with the car the moment he drove it to the shop. I used every excuse to get the keys. Back it out of the shop? Breakfast run? Parts run? Pizza for lunch? Sure, no problem, where are the keys to the 67? I was able to buy it from him in March of 1981 and have loved driving it ever since. I drive it around town, to work, to car shows so that these early cars are not forgotten and driven at open track events 'cause Carroll Shelby built these cars to do just that.
2007 Saturn Sky Redline🪐
Fell in love with these cars when they first came out. I saw my first one on top of Independence Pass here in Colorado. When I finally got one three years ago, I had to get a picture in the same spot I first experienced that “gotta have one” feeling.