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With these 4 mid-century classics, it’s what’s on the inside that counts

Automotive design is a lot like fashion. Both reflect the zeitgeist of their times, and both rely on metaphoric sleight of hand to fool the eye in regards to proportion. Let’s be honest, though; most of our time is spent inside a car, driving around from point A to point B. So why do we enthusiasts often lack consideration for a car’s interior?

 

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I owned a 1968 Montego MX. I bought it from the original owner, a non-blood uncle, around 1986. I didn't realize it was a first-year model. I enjoyed driving it for a few years, until the engine finally gave out.

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