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Re: Show us your Two Tone Cars

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 I inherited my 1931 Dodge Brothers from my dad.  It took some help from expert friends to get it running, but it is fun to drive and its 6 cylinders really purr.

 

mike Harton

Midlothian, VA

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Re: Show us your Two Tone Cars

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 This ‘31 Model A was also my dad’s and is fun car.  I love to take the neighbor kids around for drives.

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 This ‘31 Model A was also my dad’s and is fun car.  I love to take the neighbor kids around for drives.

 

Mike Harton

Midlothian, VA

 

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This is my 1955 Oldsmobile Super 88 Coupe, Dee Dee. I've owned her for 3 years.

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Michigantown, Indiana


 I’ve had my ‘58 Ford Fairlane 500 for about 18 years now. It would barely run and looked pretty sad when I bought it. Fast forward to present day and I’ve had tons of fun and frustrations with it!  
It has the FE 352 4bbl, three speed Cruise-O-Matic, and factory power steering and brakes. It starts and runs like a new car. It’s won an award at nearly every show I’ve taken it to. These days I’d rather just drive it than show it. 

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1970 Chevelle SS 396

This is my first car. I got it when I was 17. I'm now 63 so I've had it for 46 years.  It is a true, factory two-tone, numbers matching car. No modifications, all stock.

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I won this car on a 1991 NBS All Star raffle. Being a hotrodder from the old school I removed the sunvisor, fake spotlights and Truespokes, I enrolled in the local college bodyshop class and started prepping the car for paint. I added minitubs and before I finished a guy from Birmingham, Al. about purchasing the car. Well as they say "money talks", and that's the name of that song. It was a It was a very good Texas car.

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Pearland, Texas

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Re: Show us your Two Tone Cars

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 This was my Grand-Dad’s truck that he bought new in 1965. I was 12 years old and my brother was 14. 
Our Grand-Dad gave us the keys and told us to go learn how to drive in a 100 acre hay field. 
By supper time we had a figure 8 track that stayed in that field for years.  
We still have the farm in Texas and I still have all those memories. 

Frank Barrett

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1966 AMC Ambassador 990 convertible

Thousand Oaks, CA

The car was originally not a 2-tone but a pale yellow. After I got it 6 years ago and decided to have some body and paint work done, because of the stainless trim it seemed a natural to have a 2-tone job done. It is now painted in AMC 1966 Balboa Aqua and Frost White. I chose the aqua because that was the color of the Ambassador 4-door that my father bought new in 1965. While '66 Ambassador convertibles are rare (about 1800 built), I've only seen a picture of one other that was 2-toned.Wings Over CamarilloWings Over CamarilloFillmore, July 4Fillmore, July 4Port HuenemePort HuenemeParamount RanchParamount RanchWestlakeWestlakeInteriorInterior