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Your First Car............Get The Brochure

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  1. AL MOUNT

    AL MOUNT Active Member

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    This has to be one of the neatest web sites

    whether you have gasoline in your veins or not.


    This is a web-site featuring the original factory brochures

    for nearly every American car you have ever owned.

    Pick the manufacturer, the year and the model. Enjoy!


    http://www.lov2xlr8.no/broch1.html
  2. MadScotsMan

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    Ah, 1975 Chrysler Cordoba in Sahara Beige!
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    Great link.......Thanks....
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    hstout1143 Well-Known Member

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    Pretty cool to see a brochure for the 1962 Chevy II Nova, I wish I still had it.
  5. Sig Willy

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    Wow, that was cool. I looked the 65 Pontiac Tempest I had and I found this interesting:

    --or order up a quick V8, 250 HP on regular, 285 HP on premium.

    I believe it. Mine had a two speed automatic tranny, 2 bbl carb and a single exhaust. I put in a three speed tranny and dual exhaust but left the motor alone. Man, she was fast. :)
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    Brochures !!

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    i never knew they had em eh
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    That's a sweet ride Jack. I've heard of horse power, but never a 2 goat powered vehicle.
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    thats how they started .... billy goat carts or billy carts pic is of a uncle or cousin about 1910 here of how he got to school

    mine was a stepper , closer to trotting harness racing carts just smaller
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  10. hstout1143

    hstout1143 Well-Known Member

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    That's cool Jack.
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    I would be killed on my sleep by you older gentlemen for what I let go as my first car.

    1971 Ford Torino Cobra, 429 SCJ 4V shaker hood.
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    A one dog power pick-up truck.:)

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    Thanks for the link. I had almost forgotten what it looked like. 37 Chevy Master Deluxe 2 door.
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    I saw one in Shreveport for sale a few years ago. Not in good shape, but I still lusted for it.
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