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    Re: What would CF do...?

    I love MYCaddy, but the last model I would ever buy is a 74-76 caddy. Later ones are built better, and the older ones are so much prettier. Plus I like Buicks better! LOL

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    Re: What would CF do...?

    I think you have an answer to your query!
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    Re: What would CF do...?

    We have a Z28 6-speed 35th anniv on the lot. Lots of fun to drop the top and listen to the LS1 on fair weather days. However, I wish the stock exhaust was a little bit louder. Even with the top open it seems a bit quiet for a muscle car. I'm most surprised by how easy the clutch engagement is.

    Though I'm a 'vert guy through and through, the Impala SS does it for me. Though its shape was once VERY ubiquitous, it's kind of unique and interesting these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesda
    We have a Z28 6-speed 35th anniv on the lot. Lots of fun to drop the top and listen to the LS1 on fair weather days. However, I wish the stock exhaust was a little bit louder. Even with the top open it seems a bit quiet for a muscle car. I'm most surprised by how easy the clutch engagement is.
    A set of long tubes and a cat back fixes that REAL quick....
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    Quote Originally Posted by orconn View Post
    ^^^ Yeah, I know, and I can't fault either one of you for your preference. Just putting in my two cents.

    If I were a very large guy, like John, I'd go for a mid sixties Riviera or Toronado or even a '77 Eldorado. Something big enough to hauled the freight and cool enough to do it in style!
    I'd recommend a toro, but I'm biased Apparently you can put a fridge in the back seat (the P.O. said he did back in the 70s on a cross country move)
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