Pictures of Vintage GM cars!

Discussion in 'Wheels, Wings, Mud, and Water' started by Adam, Nov 18, 2006.

  1. 2manyspkers

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    I've owned a few GM cars over the years, most notable were a couple of ones from a long time ago
    70 442, and a 70 GTO owned back in the late 70's.
    For the more current notables I have a 71 Cutlass S post coupe with 32k original miles, all original car
    never been painted 350 4bbl auto. The other is a 77 Camaro Z28, 55k original miles repainted once, all
    original sheet metal 300 hp goodwrench crate motor and factory 4 speed. Tara homecoming and 77 Z28 017.jpg Tara homecoming and 77 Z28 018.jpg Tara homecoming and 77 Z28 019.jpg Tara homecoming and 77 Z28 020.jpg
     

     

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    Never been much for Camaro's but that one is pretty nice. Now that Olds is something that just floats my boat. I've always been a sucker for post cars and I'd love to own a nice GM A-body 2 door post some day. The only way your Olds could be nicer in my mind is if it had a Muncie 4 speed. Bravo on a nice pair of cars. In good weather I'm fortunate enough to cruze around in my somewhat rusty, beaten, all original 67 Belair four door sedan gramma's car. it's nothing special but I like driving it with the 283/glide combo.
     
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  4. 2011etec

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    I had a 66 cutlass with the auto and 330/320hp olds motor.My uncle bill use to buy the biggest olds possible for every 3rd year and passed away at 100 still driving !Use to love being a passenger in my uncles car as he was a lead foot ,and those dino,s floated over the hills and dales.
     
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  6. slow_jazz

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    The Z28 looks factory fresh..
     
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    I saw that picture before- I cannot recall where.
     
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    Was dated 2014 on my computer....likely I got it off a car-sale site, probably eBay.
    Some guy had a garage and lot full of old Fleetwoods etc. Very cool.

    Meanwhile here's another Cadillac which I nearly put in the Euro thread (Ghia body)
    It's listed as a '53 but I figure the body is later re: quad lights
    cadillac1953ghia.jpg
     
  10. Old Ears too

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    ^^^ I wouldn't be surprised if that really is a '53.
    Good looking car.
     
  11. pmdclassics

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    68 Firebird 400 with only 54,000 actual miles.
     

     

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    Likely my favorite Firebird ever, and a great (unusual) color too. Nice.
     
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    1949 Cadillac sedanette.JPG
    Another vintage Caddy from my photo collection.
    I think this is an incredibly cool roofline.
     
  14. grillebilly

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    I had a 68, yellow with black vinyl roof, black deluxe interior, 400/TH400, power windows, PS,air. It shifted into drive at 100 MPH when the gas pedal was on the mat. I think it had the 2:78 rear end ratio.
    There was a guy in the neighborhood who had a '68 same color as yours. Very nice.
     
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    This is my 1979 10th anniversary Trans am it is ALL original unrestored car with 32,000 miles on it. Runs like a top. fullsizeoutput_1.jpeg
     
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    This my wife 1957 chevy two door Bel Air. Again all original.except for the power breaks and power steering. 57,000 miles. It was her Fathers car her whole life. fullsizeoutput_c.jpeg
     

     

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  17. Bobcat

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    Two very different but awesome cars right there!
     
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    Trans Am looks great..
     
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    8.1 litre !!!
     
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    Love the silver on silver with these cars. N WI must be very nice. I used to live in Duluth
     

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