The 1964 Ford Falcon is the first of the G2 and is more linear, looking a little more uptown than previous years, although the restyling was not enough to keep it from being overshadowed by the more sporty looking Mustang. However, many of the parts are fully interchangeable with the Mustang, making it fairly easy
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The Chevy II was a compact car produced by Chevrolet between 1962 and 1979 in four distinct Generations; all with rear wheel drive. The model name plate was dropped from the line up for a few years. In 1985 an all new fifth generation Nova did make its appearance as a sub-compact front wheel drive unit. The
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The G3 Falcon got a redesign for the 1966 model year-not only is the body looking a little more sleek, its sporty now, with a longer hood and shorter rear deck; the frame is based on a shortened version of the mid-sized Fairlane platform. Cosmetic changes are made, although the Falcon retains a similar look and
The classic muscle car era saw the evolution of the automobile to a whole new level. Even though conventional muscle cars were not so big in size, they were not exactly small either. However, the following cars are small but packing a punch. Dodge Dart This car was loved for its durability.