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  • SteveLaRiviere
    started a topic Most popular classic car by state

    Most popular classic car by state

    I guess I should have moved to Arizona after all...

    https://www.hotrod.com/articles/popu...&sf194373656=1

  • capri man
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    dodge???? hell i am moving!!!!!!

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  • SteveLaRiviere
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    Originally posted by kid vishus View Post

    One thing you can count on, if it's Consumer Reports doing the "rating", they will HATE everything American made.
    For sure. If I had a nickel for every time I read ďEven though the Ford tested better in every category, we still have to give our endorsement to the Honda...Ē

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  • kid vishus
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    Originally posted by SteveLaRiviere View Post

    I agree with you. Itís probably like those articles where Ďexpertsí rate the highest quality cars and put Japanese cars at the top.
    One thing you can count on, if it's Consumer Reports doing the "rating", they will HATE everything American made.

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  • SteveLaRiviere
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    Originally posted by kid vishus View Post
    I think that list is pretty bogus. I grew up in Iowa, and I can count on one hand the number of GTOs I ever saw.
    And NC being a Charger? I see one once and awhile, but I see a lot more old Camaros and Chevelles than I do Chargers.
    I agree with you. Itís probably like those articles where Ďexpertsí rate the highest quality cars and put Japanese cars at the top.

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  • kid vishus
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    I think that list is pretty bogus. I grew up in Iowa, and I can count on one hand the number of GTOs I ever saw.
    And NC being a Charger? I see one once and awhile, but I see a lot more old Camaros and Chevelles than I do Chargers.

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  • SteveLaRiviere
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    I think up here itís probably Chevelles or Camaros which you see everywhere. There are a lot of GTOs, too. Mopars around here arenít too common. Actually, Iím also starting to see a lot of Mustangs, too. Maybe as many as Chevelles and Camaros.

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  • 93Ranger
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    We are Ford pickup territory.

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  • Mike65
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    Very strange list indeed, it says 69 Charger for NJ, I can not remember the last time I saw any Charger in NJ. It says 69 Mustang for Wisconsin. I am NOT moving to Wisconsin.

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  • Poppy65
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    Searches vs reality don't equal out around here. Hardly a day goes by that I don't see a Chevelle running around but rarely see a Charger.

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  • ford84stepside
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    Strange list. Ours is supposedly a 1977 Trans Am, which I would like to have one of by the way. I would have thought it would have been a 67-69 Camaro since that's what you see the most of at shows around here, and usually take the top prizes.

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  • blue34
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    well by that I should move to West Virginia & then maybe I could have another 66 coupe like I had back in 69,70 & 71.....................

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