belle voiture de collection, j'aimerais bien en avoir une comme celle là !!
wow, it's in mint condition! amazing how much metal they used to use to make a car!
Jim, I'd take this car over that car.Hope you have a grand time at the casino! Mama and I plan to go to a different one, Chinook Winds over in Lincoln City, on April 25. Not a free room, drat it! We'll enjoy an Elvis impersonator contest that afternoon, though, and spend the night in a reduced-rate, ocean-view room. One of the guys will stay here with Duncan.
Jim, I didn't want to be rude to Brian, but I think that this car would be lots more fun to have but, on second thought...
Be still, my heart! My third car was a 1955 Chevy 4-dr hardtop, blue with white top. Ah...those were the days, my friend!
I'd take the porsche... With one porsche I could buy 5 chevies ;)
They don't make them like that, anymore.
B SQUARED doesn't want either of them. He'll be buried in his Yugo...It is a '56 Chevy Bel-Air.Rather than the '56 Chevy or Brian's Porsche - or even B SQUARED's Yugo, here's «Louis'» dream car.Re Brian's 4 door Porsche: about 30 years ago, Porsche built a prototype 4 door off the 911 platform. The design, at best, was awkward and it never went into production.Porsche does a lot of engineering work for other auto companies. In the early 1950s, they built a prototype 4 door V8 for Studebaker that didn't make it to production.
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