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1969 Dodge Super Bee

The two-door coupe Super Bee was based on Dodge’s previous model, the convertible Dodge Coronet, and was in production for only two years. From 1968 until 1970, the Dodge Super Bee gained a reputation of the low-price Am ...

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1963 Ford Galaxie 427

For those who are old enough to remember Ford’s slogan in year 1963 that marketed its Galaxie 427 mode, the catchphrase “Total Performance” won’t be unfamiliar. Indeed, the 1963 Ford Galaxie 427 totally matched this desc ...

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1967 Mercury Cougar

If you were an engineer or a car designer in the sixties and seventies, you should of have had no problem finding a solid job. Throughout these decades – going back to as early as fifties – car makers were on the prowl f ...

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1970 Plymouth GTX

The GTX – a 2-door hardtop or convertible – was first introduced by Plymouth in 1967. Design-wise, the Plymouth GTX was certainly appealing, and not just by its looks. Each vehicle came with performance-enhancing upgrade ...

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1970 Mercury Cyclone

If you don’t think that “American Muscle Car” belongs in the same sentence as “Mercury,” because it’s outperformed by other brands like Chevrolet, Ford, or Dodge. Granted, Mercury isn’t the most powerful vehicle brand ou ...

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