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i will DD a ford f650 or a gmc 6500 like the one from transformers...and an M6 no..ferraris for me...
 

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1967 Pontiac GTO
 

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Millionaire? Probably something practical. A million doesn't go as far as it used to.

Billionaire? Any damned car I want to! :)

The list would probably change daily.
 

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Millionaire? Probably something practical. A million doesn't go as far as it used to.
Billionaire? Any damned car I want to! :)
The list would probably change daily.
Like Jay Leno. Different hot car for every day of the month and then he only gets to drive half of them. That your plan Monk???
 

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1965 Shelby Mustang GT 350 (red color)
 

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Just a few facts on this car..

The Shelby GT350 Mustangs were powered by a 302 cubic-inch V8 while the GT500 came equipped with the 390 cubic-inch engine. In February of 1968, the GT500-KR became available and was considered the ultimate Shelby. Under the hood was a 428 cubic-inch Cobra-Jet V8 which produced 360 horsepower. The name 'KR' meaning 'King of the Road' was a quick marketing move by Carroll Shelby who had caught wind that Chevrolet was about to unleash a marketing campaign that highlighted the 1968 Corvette as the 'King of the Road.' After a quickly copyright search, they found that the 'KR' and 'King of the Road' had not been copyrighted. Stickers, photos, and decals were quickly made by Shelby and his crew and placed on the new GT500.

Located on the hood are function air-scoops which channel air to the engine. A 'Monte Carlo' bracing bar helps stiffen the car and chassis as the engine produces a large amount of torque. There were only 21 KR's produced with the white convertible top.

This 1968 Shelby GT500-KR Convertible finished in yellow, a 'Factory Special Paint', was offered for sale at the 2006 Worldwide Group Auction held on Hilton Head Island where it was expected to fetch between $250,000-$300,000. At the close of the auction, the vehicle had been sold for $258,500.
 

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Most likely I would have a few vehicles.

A Lincoln for going to dinner
A Big Dodge duelly for hauling my boat (which I will buy with my millions)
A Viper for poops and giggles
Probably I would do something audacious like SAS a brand new GC and build a trail rig out of it.
Motorhome for foul weather camping
Hawg - just because
Oh, and a Segway to haul me around the humungous garage I'm gonna need for all those toys!

:cheers:
 

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Hummer H1 Alpha.

 

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I would build my dream garage and build a one off daily driver from scratch. Something mid size, jeep axles, 4cyl diesel, tubing skeleton and wrapped in fiberglass.
 

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hehe...

i think there is nothing cooler for a DD than a 6500
 

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well,

chevy chevelle 69
Barracuda 70

one spr modded and cool XJ
 

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64 or 65 GTO

I would also like to build the truck that ChryCo should have.... a 1993 (old body style) Dodge 1 ton 4x4 shortbed quadcab with a 5.9 cummins and a six speed....

I could spend a million on vehicles and never think twice about it, I've got a wishlist 10 pages long
 
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