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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 07/08/2010 @ 18:01:09, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 25, Number 2, August 2008:

1970-77 Ford Maverick: Keeping it Simple, page 24.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 26, Number 2, August 2009:

1968-72 Chevrolet El Camino: More Beauty, More Brawn, page 26.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 26, Number 4, December 2009:

1980-85 Cadillac Seville: Unforgettable or Unforgivable? page 34.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 27, Number 4, December 2010:

Cheap Wheels: 1991-93 Chevrolet Caprice Classic LTZ: Save the Whales, page 80.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 27, Number 6, August 2011:

1970-77 AMC Hornet: Creating a Buzz, page 56.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 28, Number 4, December 2011:

Return Flight: The Story of the 1983-88 Ford Thunderbird, page 24.
Rites of Passage: Pontiac's Intermediates of 1968-72, page 42.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 28, Number 5, Feburary 2012:

Drawing Comparisons: The 1975-80 Ford Granada Story, page 42.
Cheap Wheels: 1988-92 Eagle Premier/Dodge Monaco: Control Freak, page 82.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 28, Number 6, April 2012:

From Top to Bottom: The 1955-61 Ford Fairlane Story, page 26.
1974-77 Plymouth: The Incredible Disappearing Car, page 42.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 29, Number 1, June 2012:

1969-75 International Travelall: True to Its Calling, page 24.
Future Collectibles, 2010-12 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor: Claws and Effect, page 83.

Latest Edition: 05/05/2012 @ 22:48:10
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 26/05/2012 @ 22:29:15, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 29, Number 2, August 2012:

Black Ops: The story of the 1982-87 Buick Grand National and GNX, page 8.
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 18/11/2012 @ 18:11:24, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 29, Number 5, Feburary 2013:

Style and Speed: The 1983-88 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Page 8

Something for ingo:

1961-73 Volkswagen Type 3: The Search for a Beetle-Beater, page 24

Something for somename:

A Touch of Classic: Styling the 1970 Lincoln Continental, page 40

Something for Philr: The only taillight was shown the blackout 1991 version :ohwell:

Cheap Wheels: 1991-96 Buick Park Avenune Ultra: Yankee-Doodle Dandy, page 81
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 31/03/2013 @ 00:04:37, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 30, Number 1, June 2013:

Something for sthor:

1979-82 Ford Mustang: The Stepping Stone, page 8

Something for our Australian members:

1971-78 Chrysler by Chrysler: Going Upmarket "Down Under", page 42

There were pictures of prototypes, CH series and only one picture of CJ series. All Chrysler by Chrysler vehicles were produced in Tonsley Park plant, but I don't know the extended of CKD or SKD for the export market :ohwell:
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 24/05/2013 @ 00:53:08, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 30, Number 2, August 2013.

"Dressed for Chores or Children: The 1954-57 Chevrolet Delray", page 22

Quote From: Collectible Automobile
If you can’t quite place the Delray, don’t worry; you’re not alone. From the outside, it looked exactly like the considerably more popular two-door sedan in Chevy’s midlevel Two-Ten series. The name never actually appeared on the car, which might help to explain why those who’ve written about the Delray over the years can’t even seem to agree on how to spell it. (For this article, we’re going with the way the name appeared in magazine advertisements and showroom catalogs.)

What made the Delray stand out – to the degree that it did – was its interior. In place of the somewhat somber shades rendered in cloth, vinyl, and metal inside other Two-Tens, the Delray featured a vibrant two-toned cabin with colors that were in sharper contrast to one another and the added luxury touch of full carpeting. Seats, side panels, and even the headliner were made of vinyl.


Something for walter:

Future Collectible - "2003 Audi RS 6: Outtasight! Out of Mind", page 81

Something for Ford_Guy and Neptune :ohwell:

Cheap Wheels - "2002 Lincoln Blackwood: Respect For Customs", page 83
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 26/05/2013 @ 02:02:16, By rjluna2
I was going through the box in the basement today and found some old Collectible Automobile magazine that is something worth to mention.

Collectible Automobile, Volume 22, Number 3, October 2005:

1971-76 Chevrolet: Full-Blown Farewell To the Big-Car Era, page 22
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 26/05/2013 @ 02:22:43, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 21, Number 5, February 2005:

Ford's Fractious Colt: The Story of the 1971-80 Pinto, page 50
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 04/07/2013 @ 16:03:34, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 19, Number 5, Feburary 2003:

1959-60 Chevrolet El Camino: One for the Road, page 8.

Quote From: Collectible Automobile
Chevrolet grouped models within six-cylinder and V-8 series in this era. Thus, the El Camino was officially the model 1180 with the six and model 1280 with a V-8.


Something for our Australian members here:

1971-81 Australian Chrysler Valiant: Sounding Retreat, page 22.

Latest Edition: 04/07/2013 @ 16:12:02
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 17/09/2013 @ 02:04:17, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 30, Number 4, December 2013:

Something for Commander 57:

A Separate Path: The 1955-56 Imperial Story, page 44.

Something for sthor:

Future Collectibles - 2008-09 Ford Mustang Bullitt: Higher-Caliber Ponycar, page 80.
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 01/02/2014 @ 21:09:53, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 30, Number 6, April 2014:

Something for our SAAB lover here:

1956-73 Saab 93, 95, and 96: Unconventional Swedish Autos in the USA, page 62.
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 31/05/2014 @ 02:06:34, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 31, Numbeer 2, August 2014:

Something for Commander 57:

Photo Feature: 1963 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk, page 20.

Something for PhilR:

My jaw dropped to find this extraordinary vehicle :kneu_han:

Car Spotter, page 38:

Canadian 1971 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe

1980-82 Ford Thunderbird: The Fox That Ate the Bird, page 60.
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 07/08/2014 @ 02:11:13, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 31, Number 3, October 2014:

Something for Commander 57:

Building For the Future: Packard's Postwar "Dream Cars", page 22.

Photo Feature: 1960 Ford Galaxie Starliner Hardtop Coupe, page 36.

Something for Ddey65:

Photo Feature: 1960 Dodge D100 Pickup: Brushing Up on the Sweptline, page 72.

Something for ingo:

Car Spotter: Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), page 59.
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 22/09/2014 @ 02:59:43, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 31, Number 4, December 2014:

1971-72 Ford: Impossible to Ignore, page 8.

For Ddey65 and eLMeR:

Easy Rider: The Story of Chevrolet's Light-Duty Trucks of 1960-66, page 44.

Collectible Comments, page 4:

Mexican Valiant Super Bee, an equivalent of Dodge Dart Sport. The Super Bee continues to be made in 1977-80 with the F-body configuration.

Amag, Switzerland assembled Plymouth Valiant sold as "Amériano-suisses".

For ingo:

Car Spotter, page 59: Spotted a Borgward Isbella at Dixon, California sporting a California plate. Spotted a GAZ M21 Volga at Glendale, California sporting a California '59GAZ21' plate (I check at BAR and returned enhanced program area :wink: ).
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 15/11/2014 @ 01:59:38, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 31, Number 5; February 2015:

For CougarTim:

1974-76 Mercury Cougar XR-7: A Bigger Cat, page 8.

A minor update from 1974 to 1975/76, a slotted front bumper at the middle.

Photo Feature: 1972 AMC Gremlin X Two-Door Sedan, page 40.

For our OZ and Kiwi friends:

1969-71 Australian Chrysler Valiant Pacer: A Missed Opportunity, page 62.

This covers [VF], [VG] and [VH] Pacer series.
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 22/07/2015 @ 02:40:40, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 32, Number 3; October 2015:

1965-70 Chevrolet Caprice: More than a whim, page 8.

For Commander 57:

Coming Up Short: The Brief, Tumultuous Union of Studebaker and Packard, page 24.

For CougarTim, Commander 57 and somename:

Roller-Coaster Rides: The Full-Sized Mercurys of 1973-74, page 42.

For sthor:

Future Collectibles: 2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Limited Edition, page 82.

For Philr:

Cheap Wheels: 1979 Buick LeSabre Palm Beach, page 83.
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 05/09/2015 @ 21:04:21, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 23, Number 1; June 2006:
1967-70 Ford: Period of Adjustment, page 46

Cheap Wheels: 1986-88 Ford Taurus MT-5: Frisky Bull or Bum Steer? Page 80. (The MT-5 stands for 5-speed manual transmission usually mated with 4-cylinder engines.)
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 29/01/2017 @ 00:56:38, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobiles, Volume 33, Number 6; April 2017:

Fishing Expedition: The Story of the 1964-66 Plymouth Barracuda, page 8.

For Commander 57 and somename:

1977-80 Lincoln Versailles: Making a Palace for a Monarch, page 28.

Photo Feature: 1926 Ford Model T Touring Car. (Note: I could not find the vehicle in reference that was supposedly featured in http://imcdb.org/movie_824747-Changeling.html , I'll attempt to mention this there.)
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 22/03/2017 @ 23:49:33, By rjluna2
Collectible Automobile, Volume 34, Number 1; June 2017:

1970-71 Ford Torino: A Change in the Wind, page 26.

For Ddey65 and eLMeR:

1967-72 GMC Light-Duty Trucks: Finding Common Ground, page 46.
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 28/03/2017 @ 01:30:00, By eLMeR
I'd like to read that article. But I'm afraid there's no reseller on this side of the ocean :wink:
Did you buy the magazine?
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Collectible Automobile Sources
Published 28/03/2017 @ 13:44:17, By rjluna2
I have been subscribing this magazine for almost 25 years now. I don't know if your local Amazon.com or other magazine store sells them there. But, there is a website you can look at: http://collectibleautomobile.com/

Latest Edition: 28/03/2017 @ 13:45:09
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