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50 Notable Cars for Edmunds' 50th Anniversary | Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 10,315
edited June 2016 in General

image50 Notable Cars for Edmunds' 50th Anniversary |

Since 1966, Edmunds has helped people find cars that are perfect for them. There's no better way to celebrate than to showcase 50 notable cars.

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  • markinnaples_markinnaples_ Member Posts: 251
    Regarding the 1982 Firebird, that's not a 1982 and not a full unibody as stated. That's a picture of a 2nd Gen Trans Am. Oops. images Edmunds, Bing.
  • PF_FlyerPF_Flyer Member Posts: 9,372
    OK, I'm sort of dating myself, but the roof line of that '66 Charger really stood out when it hit the streets. It doesn't look quite as striking today, but we've had a lot of styling run past us in the last 50 years
  • fordescortgtfordescortgt Member Posts: 32
    Wow no NSX....... WOuld think it would have at least tied, or the LS400 both huge cars that redefined segments and put the italians and germans on notice?
  • kiiwiikiiwii Member Posts: 318
    edited June 2016
    yup, agree with previous post. LS was the first reliable luxury ride... probably still the only reliable ride in that segment today.
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