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Feb 12, 2012 2:04PM

Who is the idiot that compiles this crap and obviously knows little about cars

No mention of the Pontiac GTO, 62 Chevy 409, Chevelle SS, 32 ford deuce, 32 Ford Hi-Boy,Ford Boss 302 , The Cord, Duesenberg and I could go on and on......Obviously a desk jockey nerd put that article together

Feb 13, 2012 7:00AM

Really? What happened to 69 Camaro's, 69 chargers, 67 to 72 Chevelle's, GTO's and 442's, 57 chevys, late 50's Cadillac's,32-34 fords 48-51 Mercury's. I can go on but whoever picks these really doesn't have a clue what a man likes. stick with fashion that would probably be better for you. 

May 18, 2012 7:14PM

Forget the house, What a guy really wants is a huge garage. One with several bays, a lift and tons of equipment and tools.


Feb 12, 2012 7:40PM
It is truly a shame that whomever writes this stuff doesn't have a clue!   Come on!  " a big truck" are you serious?   What about a '56 or '57 chevy?   Maybe a '56 Tbird?   or a '62, '63, or '64 Impala?  Or a "49 or '50 Mercury?  Maybe a Camaro?   Maybe even a DeLorean?   or a '56 Ford Crown Victoria?   or even a Chrysler 300M?  If ya don't know the subject, don't write about it.
May 18, 2012 12:43PM
Here's my take.  The list is good, and every car or truck on the list is worth lusting after.  However, there were a ton of cars that could be on this list:  (this is by no means complete):  Dodge Charger Daytona/Plymouth Superbird.  Ford Mustang Boss (vintage and modern).  Ford Shelby GT 350/GT 500 (vintage and modern).   Dodge Viper.  Chevrolet Camaro Z28/Pontiac Trans Am.  ANY Hemi musclecar ever made.  Pontiac GTO (vintage and modern).  Oldsmobile 442.  Big block Cadillacs of the 1970's (what man doesn't want a car with a 500 cubic inch engine?).  BMW 5 Series with a V8 and manual transmission.  Jeep.  Nissan Z Cars.  Supra.  S2000.  (If I have offended anyone by my omission of their favorites, my apology.  Again, this is not a complete list).  I could easily list dozens of cars here.  I'm not criticizing the list by the author, it just seems very very incomplete. For men who are into cars, there are far more than 10 which we lust after.    
May 14, 2012 10:49AM
Feb 12, 2012 6:17PM
   Who ever came up with this list must drive a Prius, not one musclecar in the bunch.......
Feb 12, 2012 7:44PM
I own it ...1970 Chevelle  convertible one owner 396 numbers matching wife got it for her graduation in i guess we own it seen on mothers car wax tv show...don't want any of this new stuff...can't work on it and dealers charge you an arm and leg and the rest of your body to work on them...give me the classics...just like my wife....Happy Valentines Day Sweetheart...
Feb 12, 2012 10:48PM
could they be any lazier about the years and models. you can't put 50+ years for one model and say they are the most desired. lets be honest the 80's needs to just go away quietly.
Feb 12, 2012 8:27PM
I continue to put more aftermarket parts on my 87 Yugo but it doesn't seem to be getting any faster!!
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