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Weekend Edition Last Call – A Chevy John Deere High Rider Broham Brougham…

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Oh Dear Lord, what do we have here? This is a 1981 Chevrolet Caprice that the seller claims is a Broham… A Broham! Anyway, this car is painted in your typical John Deere Tractor colors on the outside, and includes a stroke inducing interior to match. Make the jump after the break to see more of this Broham…

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Weekend Edition Quick Hit – Two Texas Wagons in need of Loving Homes…

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You knew that there was going to be at least one Wagon Posting this weekend, right? Well, I found two Sun Dried and Baked Wagons that seem to be from the same seller in Fort Worth Texas, and they are both is rather pathetic shape, but they can probably be rescued to run another day. (Or Maybe Not…)

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Weekend Edition – Two Personal Luxury Coupes built ten years apart; Which would you take?

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Continuing on with the Sunday Edition of the Hooniverse Weekend, and I found a couple of Personal Luxury Coupes that straddle each end of the 1980′s; A 1979 Chrysler Cordoba (last of the original “B” Bodies), and a 1989 (MN12) Mercury Cougar with an aftermarket appearance package. These two very dissimilar cars were trying to attract the same buyers 10 years apart. So, which one would you choose?

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Weekend Edition – Four Detroit Sedans; Bonneville, Ninety-Eight, New Yorker, Town Car…

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Welcome to the Weekend Edition here on Hooniverse, and I thought I would start out with a couple of Craigslist Listings just to get you warmed up. Yes, these are Detroit Bardges, but I promise you that this is not the only thing that will be highlighted this weekend, as I have on tap a couple of Malaise Coupes (Yes, again), An Affordable Sports Car, A crazy Swede, and a Donkalicious Chevy… But let’s start out with this quartet of fine luxury sedans that range from the late 70′s to the early 90′s…

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Weekend Edition Quick Hit – A Mint 1972 Lincoln Mark IV on Craigslist…

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Continuing on with our July 4th Holiday Weekend Edition, where I highlight Big Old American Cars in celebration of Independence Day. And look what I found… this is a first year Lincoln Mark IV from 1972, which went on to be even more successful than the Mark III Personal Luxury Coupe. This has the classic Long Hood, Short Deck look so prevelant in Ford Coupes during this time period, and it incorporated the fake tire hump rather well in the overall design. But, would you want to own one of these large leviathans?

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Hooniverse Weekend Quick Hit – Serious Maverick is a Bondo Nightmare, but is it still Desirable?

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You know that I love old 1970′s iron, and the Ford Maverick is one of my favorite cars, but let’s call a spade a spade… I don’t love this car at all. So, why isn’t this car calling my name? Bondo… and the seller makes no bones about it. Apparently there is some Bondo and some rust in the rear sections of the wheel wells… That’s all I need to hear, but maybe you are more forgiving. If you are, read on…

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Weekend Edition Quick Hit – This 1986 Oldsmobile Ciera is probably the slowest car you can buy…

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Continuing on with the Sunday Edition of the Hooniverse Weekend and let me introduce you to what is probably the slowest car General Motors has produced since the ill fated Oldsmobile Diesel found under the hood of a 1979 Cutlass Supreme. Why do I know this? Because I have experienced a Cutlass Ciera with the 2.5: Tech 4 equipped with an Automatic and Air Conditioning… Talk about sloooooooooooowww…

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Weekend Edition Quick Hit – How about this 1974 Vega Wagon with only 32,000 Original Miles!

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The Chevrolet Vega, a car that held so much promise, and was so badly assembled, that it became more or less a joke among auto journalists, enthusiasts, and to the general public. Here was a small, good looking, domestically produced vehicle, that promised economical operation, better road manners than almost any other car, and was equipped with many features unheard of in a compact vehicle. But what a pile of crap it turned out to be… from warped engine blocks, to a myriad of rust and corrosion issues, these cars barely lasted until the payments were up. Which makes this particular Wagon rather interesting…

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Weekend Edition Quick Hit – A Mercedes-Benz and a Jaguar from the Blue Car Appreciation Society…

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Let’s continue on with our Memorial Day Weekend Edition with a couple of European Imports, which is very appropriate in celebrating the day dedicated to remembering the wars we fought overseas so that we can have the freedom we enjoy today. Like purchasing vehicles from those same overseas countries we were fighting against, or that we came to the rescue for. So in honor of this day, here are two distinctive Europeans snatched from the Blue Car Appreciation Society Facebook Page. One is very desirable, the other one is… well, you be the judge…

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