What three classic/special-use vehicles would you put in your dream garage? Maybe it's a trio of identical '68 Camaros. Maybe it's a Massey-Ferguson 135, a Buick LeSabre, and a Ferrari Daytona. Or an Olds Aerotech, Lunar Rover, and Ducati Diana. Whatever your tastes, tell us what constitutes your ideal happy place.
Although I like the lead-in of "2 Shelby's and a McLaren...", my ideal 3-car collection is currently in my garage.
That is a pony car (my '66 Mustang), a hot rod (my '34 Plymouth coupe), and a sports car (my C6 Corvette Grand Sport). Of course, it is a growing collection (currently building a '33 Ford roadster with a fuel-injected Chevy 348) and the needed support vehicle (my crew-cab pickup). But perhaps the best part is the shop itself. With the exception that it is taking longer to get mail-order parts, I have hardly noticed the "stay-at-home" orders 'cuz I have lots to keep me busy in the shop.
Everybody stay safe, healthy and keep the dirty side down.
1968 Dodge Charger 383 auto silver-black interior. 1965-67 triumph TR4-A BRG-black interior. 1966 up first generation Ford bronco wagon. any color. First choice takes care of Mopar musclecar and cruiser. Second choice checks off the sports car and convertible. Last one takes care of classic truck.
-64 Riviera. My first real collector purchased a year ago. Fly's under the radar, good history, 425 motor moves the mail. Been bullet proof so far.
-65 C10 Chevy. 350, auto, air. Hopefully will be mine at the end of the summer. Found this vehicle purchased from my grandfather's Chevy dealership in Terrell, Tx 1934-1968. Hagerty article written by Jeff Peck helped me find it.
-Like to acquire a mid 50's Merc. Wagon, four door or coupe. Attention to detail, badging, chrome treatment all appeal to me.