Quiz- which of the cars below has a completely custom body style - which was not offered by the factory that year?

1962 Ford Galaxie - G code 406 tri-power. This car had a sweet lope at idle.
1962 Catalina bubble top - aluminum block dual quad motor. Much louder than the Galaxie above.
1958 Impala
1957 Eldorado Biarritz. Running a more recent 472, and nearly silent (especially compared to the Pontiac and Ford up above)
1959 Olds 98; 1964 Catalina; and I believe a ‘49 Chevy.

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Yes, there are 2 - 1961 Ford Sunliners in this picture. And a 4 door convertible Continental.

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Elephant.
TURBO!! 1963 Corvair, with a factory turbo flat 6 and a 4 speed.
1966 Charger - factory Hemi

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1964 Galaxie, 427 4 speed. Sorry, some of the pictures are out of focus.
1953 Buick Skylark - took them 10 minutes to get this car running. RNM at $125k.
One of several Trans Ams

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Terrible picture of a ‘69 Camaro SS
I love this look and color- ‘66 Malibu SS 396
63 Impala SS

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66/67 Nova
1974 GTO and 1969 Hurst/Olds. One of these cars is much cooler than the other...
1961 Impala. Sorry.

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‘57 Chevy ‘vert.
Buick GS and I think a ‘63 Galaxie convertible
The Standard of the World

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‘66 GTO
‘67 Malibu SS 396
ZL1

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66 Chevelle
Another 455 T/A
1963 Catalina. Was wearing 421 badges, but says it was a 389. Column shifted automatic, so I’m sure it’s not a 421.

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61 Vette
389 from the ‘63 above
67 442 and 64 GTO

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GTO
Hudson Hornet (1954?)
Camero

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My dad would love this truck
SD455
70 Chevelle SS - LS5

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65 Nova
I spent little time watching the actual auction - with 1,000 cars to see, who has time?
1976 2002. IIRC this sold for $3k. Automatic (sad trombone)

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Charger with a 440 (73?). Went for $18k. Looks gorgeous within 10 feet but there’s as much filler as metal down low...
427 Vette
The 66 Hemi Charger

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‘61 Vette interior

Overall, 10/10 would recommend - tons of cool people around looking and talking about great cars. Parking sucked, but for $20+a few beers, it was a great day.