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Old 10-26-2004, 04:55 PM
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I'd guess this one:
http://www.hubcaps.org/hubcaps/olds/ols63s.jpg
But, I really didn't notice that it does have 4. Dodge Lancer might be it. Lets see those~
x( getting diZZZy looking at those Olds ones...

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Old 10-27-2004, 08:05 AM
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Anyone interested in in learning about unique cars can visit the ASC McLaren message board at http://www.ascmclarencoupe.com/phpBB/ . Sandy helps run that board. ASC McLarens are not just modified Mustangs.

http://www.ascmclarencoupe.com/misc/...86Coupe_01.jpg

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Old 10-27-2004, 09:46 AM
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FREE PLUG ?
Nothing's Free!
Scared to open this bill ! :)

I really don't think very many people who are into Squarebirds,
would also be into ascMcLarens. Most often talked about car among ascMcLaren owners (other than ascMcLarens) are other unique FACTORY sponcered Mustangs & Capris. Since most Saleen owners inheitently feel threatened by us (no reason for that) ~ they don't like us, so the feeling is mutual. I'd say Shelby Mustangs are the most frequently admired by the ascMcLaren group, with other factory specials based upon Capris & Mustangs a close 2nd.
Our ages tend to be older, as well. Most Saleen owners are losing interest by the time their last acne pimple fades away. ;)
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Old 10-27-2004, 12:00 PM
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Old 10-27-2004, 12:25 PM
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I was eighteen when I bought the wheel covers from an auto supply store.All this time I thought they were Dodge Lancer,but Sandy may be right that they were Olds.They had vanes like the 60 Bird but were painted white instead of black.The spinner did not stand out,but layed flat or flush to the hubcap.
Thanks for the comment on the 60. Out of all the cars I have owned,the 58 is the most rememberd,so I bought the 60 as a time machine.It works!ha.
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