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Selling Lincoln Continentals in the early '70s must have been an awkward proposition. Remember that 1973 was a year of oil embargoes and rising gasoline prices. In this environment, it seems like this 1973 Lincoln Continental should have been anathema to car buyers...
The De Tomaso Pantera was built to a budget with available Ford parts – and not well. After three years Ford gave up, and problems took years to fix. Though many cars are sorted, "boy-racer" add-ons (wings, body kits, garish paint and wheels) still hurt the image...
John Ryan wasn't old enough to drive when the first cars rolled off the assembly line at Diamond-Star Motors in the late 1980s. But once Ryan got his hands on an Eagle Talon, he held on tight...
A half century removed from The Rolling Stones' first recording, which songs are best defined as classic rock and which are contemporary? Which are destined to become modern classics? The same might be asked of collectible cars and motorcycles...
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With 2016 nearly in our rearview mirror, this may be the last chance to come show off your cars and enjoy some coffee. So come on out and join another edition of Cars & Coffee Aliso Viejo (Calif.), on Dec. 24th from 7-9 a.m.
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