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a baby, candy, it's like taking.
TexRex72
I love a laser-striped Torino but it's gotta be a Sportsroof.

I also tend to prefer the '72s with the stripe running the length of the car. I prefer '72s anyway for the bolder styling, but the base model's full-width eggcrate grille is more to my liking than the gaping maw, and the Sportsroof was limited to the higher trim levels.

That's a big want for me. A '72 Sportsroof with a base front end, a 351CJ under a Ram Air hood and a 4-speed. Yellow with the red laser stripe, a black vinyl top and red interior.
 
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Belgium
Belgium
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a baby, candy, it's like taking.
TexRex72
It's a Nailhead but that's no '32. Deuces had a smooth cowl and more shapely quarters. That's a '30-1.
 
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a baby, candy, it's like taking.
TexRex72
Plymouth GTX on gennie magnesium Foresight Industries Drag Mags, these appear to be 14x6. 15-inchers are even harder to find.

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Seattle WA
Rico Squaglia's 1923 Ford Model T roadster. The license plate "AMBR 51" refers to the fact that it won the "America's Most Beautiful Roadster" award at the 1951 Grand National Roadster Show aka the Oakland Roadster Show, one of the most prestigious custom car awards in the world.
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