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Special Cars

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Special Cars

Took these at the Car and Truck Show at the weekend.
Descriptions:
Chevvy SSR
Dodge 2D Coupe 1933
Chrysler Prowler
Dodge Sedan 1935
Monster F250 Super Duty
Ford Hotrod
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mentalist3d
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Re: Special Cars

Some nice cars, thanks for sharing Smiley
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Re: Special Cars

Yep, they're neat.  Some of them are never driven.  They arrive and leave on low-loaders.
I've got some more pics and I'll stick them on another message later.
They also have a Mustang show sometimes.  I'll see if I caqn get some pics if I see them.
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Re: Special Cars

Try and get a picture of a green 68 Mustang 390GT (My fave)
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Re: Special Cars

See what I can do for you Santiago Smiley Smiley
mentalist3d
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Re: Special Cars

Quote from: artmo
Yep, they're neat.  Some of them are never driven.  They arrive and leave on low-loaders.

I can understand why they don't drive them, but if it was me, I would at least have to have a shot and drive it to the event Smiley
I've sent the post link to my nephew, he has been daft on cars all his life, knows way more than me lol
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Re: Special Cars

Apart from keeping them in pristine condition I think part of the reason for transporting them to shows is insurance.
I had a friend who had a vintage car in the UK and he was only allowed to drive it 5000 miles a year under his insurance.
mentalist3d
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Re: Special Cars

I never even thought about insurance costs, I bet its quite high