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1968 Ford Torino GT 390 CID V8 C6 3-Speed Automatic

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Plymouth Barracuda V-8 1965 images

The Plymouth Barracuda is on the compact  Valiant "A" platform and, initially, is equipped with one of two six cylinder engines as standard equipment. The rear window glass (backlight) on the fastback is not unique, but it is huge, at 14.4 ft² (1.33 m²)). Models marketed in the USA are equipped with the  base  225 cu in (3.68 L) slant-6 engine, but Canadian cars would have a 170 cu in (2.78 L) version. under the hood. The power option is a two barrel on the 273 cu in ( 4,5 L) V8 engine and be bolted to the newly designed, lighter, "TorqueFlite 6" (A904) automatic transmission. For the '65 model year a four barrel version of the 273 could be an option.

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Collection of 340+ vintage cars up for grabs in Canada

An auto enthusiast’s dream is now up for sale in the Canadian city of Tappen. For Can$1.45 million (US$ 1 million), the lucky purchaser can get more than 340 cars of different models, years, and power. A house and five acres of land are included.

 

 

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  1. Too bad they are only looking for one buyer. I’d wager that an auction would give those without deep pockets a chance to by a diamond-in-the-rough dream car to take home to work on.

  2. Heck of a lot better deal than that Idaho deal that wanted 3 million for theirs. One in Idaho was junk really.


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What kind of hybrid is this Dodge Challenger?

It's an American car built in Canada by an Italian company, so sure, why not?

Either Marylanders have a lax definition of what constitutes a hybrid or, as we suspect, this Dodge Challenger driver just doesn't care. He or she wedged the muscle car between a Toyota Prius and Honda Accord hybrid in a clearly marked “Hybrid” parking spot.

 

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First 1969 Dodge Charger 500 Remains in Amazing Unrestored Condition

While organizing a special Icons of Design category for the annual Eyes on Design car show in 2016, I caught wind of a special Hemi-powered Mopar hidden away in the Great White North. Apparently a private individual has quietly built up a world-class collection, the Manny Collection in Ontario, Canada, that consists mainly of unrestored Mopar muscle cars from the 1960s and early 1970s.

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