This poor '72 Mustang Grande came with my Mach 1 as a parts car. I never needed anything from it so it subsequently sat for a couple years until someone offe... Show morered to take it. The previous owner had been rear-ended years ago by a little old lady and feeling it was too far gone to fix parked it under some trees, stripped it of most of its parts and there it lay. It had a 302-ci 2-V with an FMX 3-speed automatic.
My dad bought this '75 Camaro in 1982. For a few years it saw the worst that Canadian weather could muster as it was my parents primary vehicle. This was als... Show moreo the car I started driving when I turned 16. After spending a couple summers driving it I bought my first cars, a '77 Camaro Type LT and '72 Mustang Mach 1. It has the original 4-bbl 350-ci and TH-350 3-speed automatic.
My father purchased this local '80 Camaro Z/28 on February 10, 2010. The car had the original 350-ci engine with aftermarket Edelbrock carburetor, Edelbrock ... Show morePerformer II intake manifold and long-tube headers, amongst other modifications. It also had a factory sun-roof, 4-speed Borg-Warner Super T-10 manual transmission and cowl-induction hood (upon hard acceleration, a flap below the cowl scoop opens to draw in air from the high pressure area at the base of the windshield. The air is then drawn through an enclosed air filter assembly which seals to the hood).
He has since sold it.
My father got this '66 Mustang in May of 2010. It spent its entire life in South Carolina, has all its original steel and fresh white paint. It has the origi... Show morenal 200-ci Thriftpower Inline-6 and 3-speed floor-shift manual transmission. The body is in excellent condition, has never been in an accident, is totally rust free and needed only a few cosmetic/trim parts to complete.
He sold the car in July of 2014.