All N-body Grand Ams

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And... its sucessor the G6:

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All first gen Hyundai Tiburons

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Screw it, all Hyundais. Kia makes better looking cars and Genesis is its own brand now.

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Second gen Camry Solaras (why is this even a thing)

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All post 1999 Eclipses:

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Hotter takes.

1977-78 Firebirds (I don’t care if they’re Bandit cars, they’re ugly abominations)

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1969 Chargers (I’ll allow them if converted to 68 or 70 front ends)

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Bonus round:

Anything with chrome torq thrusts or their clones:

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If I ever hosted a car show I wouldn’t allow anything with torq thrusts in. That would be the only rule.

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