But there a lot of cars I love. These two happen to be nearby with fair asking prices.
1968 Chevy Chevelle (burgundy, actual car)
This has gone through a frame off restoration. It's running and driving, but not 100% complete. It needs trim (some included), and the fuel gauge isn't working. However, it looks better than new. 355 small block Chevy with a Borg Warner Super T-10 4 speed manual. I'm handy, so no problems with finishing the car. No air conditioning, and lap belts only.
2000 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 (black, actual car)
I've always loved these, but it certainly doesn't have the charm and personality of a classic. It does have a 5.7L LS1 and T56 6 speed manual. It also has modern conveniences, like keyless entry, anti theft, air conditioning, plus had t-tops. Better fuel economy and better road manners. And of course it has modern seat belts with shoulder harnesses, 4 wheel disc brakes with ABS.
1970-1973 Camaro RS (red/medium orange, example that sold)
Next to the '69 Camaro, these top the list for me. They're hard to find though. I called about one, but it sold by the time I made my move. They are very expensive in comparison... At least $10k more that the Trans Am.
The Chevelle is still at the top of my list; Has been since I was a kid. It probably has a bigger cam, and does have bigger exhaust, so it probably sounds better and meaner. It's a better investment, and would have more respect.
The ram air Trans Am is simply awesome and entered my wish list the minute they started roaming the streets. It's definitely a better driver, but not really collectable enough to be an investment. It is $4000 less though. They're a love or hate kind of car though, not loved as widely as a classic.
As much as I'd love to find the Camaro, the cost is high, and it's damn hard to find the right combo.
Anyway... I'm sick, laying around and bored, so blah blah blah...
Which one is least likely to make me look like a middle aged douche?