Ford Mustang Fastback + Porsche 964 911 RS + GMC 3500 - Phil's Picks 403

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Uncle Phil's three top picks from the TradeUniqueCars classifieds this week include a neat A Code Mustang manual fastback, a stripped down Porsche 964 911 RS and a good old American GMC pick-up truck


1966 Ford Mustang A Code Fastback


You know what I miss most during winter months? It’s cruising around in my Mustang with the windows down on a warm summer’s evening.

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They always tell you to be wary of buyer’s remorse, but what about seller’s remorse? No one warned me about that when I sold my ’66 GT350 Mustang a while back. I’ve owned a bunch of different metal since then, but the ‘Stang left a lasting impression that nothing so far has been able to replicate. So, when I came across this beauty it was hard not to give it a mention.

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It may not be a GT350, but it’s got an A code 289ci motor with a four on the floor manual and a sweet looking interior.

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1992 Porsche 964 911 RS

Now this beauty would definitely heat things up… mainly because it has no air-con. Actually, this stripped down rocket didn’t come with much comfort gear at all: no radio, no power windows, no rear seats, no cruise control and no sound deadening. What you do get is a very rare, lightweight example of one of the best generations of 911.

It has a ramped-up engine, light flywheel, limited slip diff, track suspension, magnesium wheels and thinner glass. All in all, this car is more than 150kg lighter than your average 911 and a shedload faster.

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1974 GMC 3500


There’s nothing like a good old American pick-up truck to make you think "Jeez, why the hell is that thing so big?" And the funny part is, I’m not even talking about the

generous proportions of this star-spangled throwback. No, I’m talking about the size of the power plant squeezed into the engine bay, it’s a big block Chevy V8, and rest

assured ‘Big’ is the operative word, because it’s a whopping 454ci (7.4lt). So, it’s big on character, big on engine size and probably bigger still on petrol bills. Good thing

it’s such an awesome looking truck.

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