Well, we started out on the Camarow - look at all of them!
I almost bought one like the white one when I was 15 (summer '76)
Then proceeded to Wilson Pickett's Mustangs Alley:
A '70 Boss 302 would probably be my ultimate 'stang pick Alas, none at the show.
This is probably my favorite T-bird series:
An exquisitely customized Chrysler 300:
A 'rarri motor:
Trivia: The nicknames for Cadillac and Ferrari both double the
consonant that is not doubled in the proper name. The more you know...
A Sunbeam Tiger:
Followed by a zoo of Tigers:
The Tiger was the result of Carroll Shelby's shoe-horning a small Ford V-8 into the Sunbeam Alpine's engine bay. With only 20% more weight, it doubled the horsepower of the Alpine's I-4 mill.
I had a great caption for this, seen on a classic GM pickup, but, nah...
In high school I wanted one of these, a 124 Spyder. The summer after graduation, I bought a rear-engined 850 Spider soft-top instead. Fix It Again Tony, indeed. Still, it was a fun little car, that, downhill with a tailwind, could reach 65 mph! The 124 was significantly peppier.
Todd the Blogger will tell you what 442 means.
A not quite stock '55 or '56 Chebby powerplant:
Much cooler than Orenthal James' model:
And wouldn't one of these be fun for a Saturday afternoon drive, or a few dozen laps at Motorsports Ranch?