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24 CARS AND TRUCKS OF CHRISTMAS: DAY 11 - A VINTAGE EX-POLICE CAR

This might seem like an odd choice as a 24 Days of Christmas car, but vintage police vehicles are a really good, fun, low-end automotive investment.

A retired police car is an entry-level muscle car with all the handling and heavy-duty equipment of a high-end domestic performance version from the same manufacturer.

Plus they really get attention.

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24 CARS OF CHRISTMAS: DAY 10 –THE STUDEBAKER AVANTI

Studebaker was the underdog of the North American market.They built some of the hairiest cars ever produced, but they never achieved enough sales to be around past the mid-1960s.

But that shouldn't exclude this legendary carmaker from a spot under the MSCC Christmas tree.

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24 CARS AND TRUCKS OF CHRISTMAS: DAY 9-THE FORD MODEL T

So far the Cars of Christmas have been relatively modern but that formula gets thrown out with this pick-Henry Ford's baby...

The Model T.

You simply cannot talk about any modern production car without including the family tree-and this is the great-grandfather of everything automotive built in any modern factory.

This is the Model T.

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THE 24 CARS OF CHRISTMAS: DAY 8: THE 'AMERICAN GRAFFITI' 1932 FORD DEUCE COUPE

'American Graffiti' is one of those must-see movies for anybody who really cares about movies. It captured the heart and soul of a night on the town for a group of teenagers.

It was about hormones, life decisions and cars, in no particular order-and a classic hot rod...

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THE 24 CARS OF CHRISTMAS DAY 7: THE 1968 CHARGER

The 1968 Charger was one of those automotive moments where Detroit got it just right. The car was a beauty and it made the first generation 1966-67 Charger more unloved than ever.

Personally, I really liked the 1966-67 Chargers- but I loved the 1968 Charger-the car was pure style from its hideaway headlights to its iconic taillights.

In between was some of the best sheet metal ever lovingly stamped for an automobile.

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