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NOTE: This column displays cars I have found on the Internet. I am not selling them. Please follow the links if you are interest in a car. Be mindful of the date this article was published. For an explanation why I do this read the original column here.

March 1, 2012
By Scott Lewis

I found 3 really nice 2nd Generation Split Bumper RS Camaros within a 5 wheel period. Mix that with a Mustang with a near perfect Two Tone Pony Interior and I just has to focus on Pony Cars this month. There's a couple of Cougars as well, so enjoy.

1971 Chevrolet Camaro - $16,500

Description: None provided at the time I saw it.

Source: Hardway Classic Cars

Found: 1/2/2012

Comments: There was no description on their site when I saw this there. But the high resolution images look great. SO I have to put this at the top of my list. The carbon fiber dash insert would have to go... and so does the red inserts in the seats. Other than that I love the look of this car.

1966 Ford Mustang - $14,995

Description: Just in, 1966 Ford Mustang Coupe. 289 V8. Pony Interior. Air Conditioning. Power Steering. Power Brakes. Nice, Clean, Great running Classic Car.

Source: My Hot Cars

Found: 1/27/2012

Comments: This is my second choice for my ideal Mustang. Replace the Blue with Emberglo, inside and out, and this car would be perfect. But blue is my favorite color. I love the two tone white/color Pont Interiors.

1967 Ford Mustang - $16,995

Description: This 1967 Mustang hardtop with 96,590 Actual Miles has undergone extensive mechanical and physical restoration through the years (complete documentation and receipts included) and it is simply adorable. Recently refinished in Rangoon Red with a black vinyl top. The interior is a matching red vinyl and is in excellent condition. Powered by Ford's famous small block 289 c.i. V8 that has been slightly street modified with an Edelbrock aluminum manifold, four barrel Edelbrock carburetor and dual exhaust. The automatic transmission is a Ford based "Cruise-O-Matic". Equipment includes power steering, AM/FM stereo radio with cassette with a CD changer mounted in the trunk, wood rimmed steering wheel, dual adjustable rear view mirrors, black vinyl top, and brand new BF Goodrich tires mounted on custom 15" polished aluminum rims.

Source: Holt Auto Sales

Found: 12/22/2011

Comments: I love the 67-68 with a good black vinyl roof... and in resale red... with those wheels... this car is a looker.

1967 Mercury Cougar - $8,500

Description: Mercury Cougar . 289 motor, 4 bbl, 3-speed manual transmission, Headers w/dual exhaust, Power steering, Factory air-conditioning (currently inoperable), Good interior, Tinted windows, Runs and drives, Standard Marti Report included, Oklahoma car, More pictures available upon request. Brand new set of polished torque-thrust style rims and tires.

Source: Cars On Line

Found: 1/27/2012

Comments: Price is the main reason this car is here. I can almost afford it. Well not really, but it is much closer than anything else I have liked it a long while. Remember, this is just a long wheel base Mustang... with sequential taillights.

1968 Mercury Cougar - $12,900

Description: This 1968 Cougar has it's original 302 V8, 4bbl carb and C4 Auto transmission. Power steering, power brakes and factory AC. Factory original Matador red paint is recently done and has a very good driver quality paint job. Factory Black Bucket seats and factory console. AM/FM Cassette radio w/6x9 speakers. Original warranty card and owner's manual. 2nd owner has repped the miles as being 116,400 actual miles. The car was stripped to bare metal and all glass was removed. The car was repainted and restored to it's current condition. All original body panels, floor and trunk pan. "No Rust ever". All glass is the original Car-lite glass. Never wrecked and never rusted. if you want a #s matching, matador red Cougar that is a great driver, Look No Further!

Source: Red Line Muscle Cars

Found: 12/22/2011

Comments: What does an extra $4,400 buy you. That's a good question in this case. So I would go see the $8,500 car above first.

1972 Camaro RS - $10,500

Description: Camaro RS. This is a real nice 1972 RS Split Bumper Camaro. It is a factory 4-spd car with PS, PDB and a rear window defroster. It has a rebuilt 350 engine, a rebuilt 4-spd transmission and a rebuilt 10 bolt posi rear. It also has new base coat, clear coat Hugger Orange paint. It has a very nice body with no rust issues. There are a couple of minor items that need finishing like a torn headliner and a couple gauges not working. This is a very solid car with a lot of money invested.

Source: Cars On Line

Found: 1/27/2012

Comments: If the paint is as good as it looks from these low resolution pictures... its worth a few interior issues at this price. This could make a nice driver/project car.

1972 Chevrolet Camaro Rally Sport - $16,900

Description: 1972 RALLY SPORT CAMARO. GORGEOUS New BC/CC Bronze paint w/ Black SS striping, black vinyl top, Very Nice Depth & Shine. This car is solid with all original panels. Original Steel Hood, Front and Rear spoiler, Nice chrome front and rear Bumpers, nice stainless and chrome, The grill is original. The trunk is factory correct Black & Aqua spatter paint, NICE FIT and FINISH throughout. The doors hood and trunk open and close easily and align properly. The windows roll up and down easily and align properly as well. All glass is original except windshield. This car is gorgeous and garners attention everywhere we go. Factory original 307 V8 2 BBL carb and intake. 4 core radiator. Factory power steering. power disc brakes.

Source: Red Line Muscle Cars

Found: 12/22/2011

Comments: I love this car.. it is very close to a car in my neighborhood when I was a kid. There was an "older guy" that lived down the block. Older was he was in his early 20's while we were too young to drive. He had a triple green Camaro RS. He had Crager S/S wheels and chrome side pipes on it. It looked very cool.

Around 1979 he bought a Mazda RX7 and sold the Camaro. He sold it to someone in the neighborhood... and that's when we all found out it had a 307. Nothing special... except that he had a great looks for the 70's and he kept it very nice looking.