Thread: Favorite 80's Car?

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    Quote by MidKnight
    I thought that subject about cars from 80's shows


    Hey - lets do this. Ecto-1 an 80's icon!

    MidKnight that is the most beautiful hi-res image I've ever seen for the Ecto-1. (post a link if the image gets dropped) Fantastic photo!
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    I always wanted two cars from the 80's

    First I wanted the car from Back To The Future....not for the time travel part lol...no I liked the metallic color it had and the fact the way the doors opened.I thought that was the coolest thing when I was a kid.

    The second car I wanted is one that I have NO clue is too what it was called.But it was the car that was on the tv show Hardcastle and McCormick.That little red thing that would fly lol
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    http://www.gbfans.com/equipment/reference/31/0/
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    Here is a 1988 Buick Reatta. Since Pontiac had a two seat sports car guess Buick wanted in on the fun too. I still like this car but most folks never heard of it.

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    Quote by eddstarr88
    Here is a 1988 Buick Reatta. Since Pontiac had a two seat sports car guess Buick wanted in on the fun too. I still like this car but most folks never heard of it.



    What an awesome-looking car...
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    Quote by the-micro-man

    What an awesome-looking car...


    There is a convertible model too.
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    You know, my friends have made fun of me for this, but I really like the look of the 1980s - early 90s cars better than the new cars. I'm fonder of the boxy, polygonal shape than the blobbish, rounded cars of today. Plus, old cars are cheaper. Unfortunately, less efficient on gas.
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    Buick Reattas sold in such small numbers that the car is hard to find in some parts of the country.

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    DMC-12 DeLorean, for all your time travel needs.
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    My favorite car from the 1980s would be the Cadillac Cimarron, which I believe was Cadillac's first compact car. My dad bought a brand new 1986 Cimarron in the spring of that year (I ended up with our old 1976 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser station wagon). The dashboard in my dad's Cimarron was all digital, which looked so cool!
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