Papa Smurf the 1993 Lincoln Towncar - check out this wicked Lincoln coming from Lowrider Style CC Canada with a 24k Gold Plaque WHAAAAAAT?!?!?
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⭐️CryptoDriven Investment Series ⭐️ Old school #musclecars are proving to be a solid alternative to the usual much hyped Supercars as an #investment
Today we feature the rare Plymouth Superbird.
The Plymouth Superbird was a highly modified, short-lived version of the Plymouth Road Runner with well-known graphics and horn sound. It was the factory's follow up stock car racing design, for the 1970 season, to the Dodge Charger Daytona of 1969, and incorporated many engineering changes and modifications (both minor and major) garnered from the Daytona's season in competition.
The generally accepted production number is 1,935 SuperBirds built and shipped to United States dealers, with anywhere from 34 to 47 allegedly heading to Canada, with a rumoured 1,000 still in existence globally today.
With iconic looks and performance it’s safe to assume that the Superbird will continue to raise over the next few years as a whole new generation discover their perigee.
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1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS
Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Chevrolet tarafından 1970-1988 ve 1994-2007 yılları arasında üretilen bir üst orta sınıf coupe otomobilmodelidir. Araç, adını Monako'nun Monte Carlo kasabasından almakta olup altı nesil boyunca üretilmiştir
The Chevrolet Monte Carlo is a two-door coupe manufactured and marketed by Chevrolet from 1970 to 2007 model years(non-continuously), encompassing six generations. Chevrolet marketed the Monte Carlo as a personal luxury car, with the last generation classified as a full-sized coupé.
The car was named for the city Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco, specifically the ward of Monte Carlo/Spélugues.
The first four generations of the Monte Carlo (1970–72, 1973–77, 1978–80, and 1981–88) were of a rear-wheel-drive, V8-powered (a V6 engine from 1978) coupe design, utilizing body-on-frame construction. The later rear-wheel-drive generations did not incorporate the trend of uni-body construction that became more prevalent in the early 1980s as automakers downsized their vehicle lines to satisfy increasing demand for fuel-economy after the 1973 oil crisis and the early 1980s recession. The SS model was reintroduced from mid-1983 to 1988 with a 305 cu in (5.0 L) V8.