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Fun fact: The engine, dash, steering wheel, and roof insert on my '31 Model A coupe came from a '59 Star Chief I bought from a scrapyard for $200
'59 Pontiac is easily in the Top Ten All-Time Dashboards
Other worthy candidates for the Dashboard Louvre: 1961 Chrysler Imperial, 1961 Chrysler 300G, 1960 Chrysler. Mopar circa 1960 had its dashboard game ON
If your tastes are more Streamline Deco than Jetsons Googie, the 1940 Ford is the most beloved dashboard among old school hot rodders
No GM cars ever had factory push-button transmissions. They appeared on Mopar cars 56-64, 58 Edsels, 57-58 Mercurys, and 58-62 Ramblers
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