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wilhelm
    
Can any car guy out there know what 1940's car after being restored should be the most reliable?
I would guess any 1940's Stovebolt six Chevrolet, but I know there were a lot of other makes that could possibly beat the Chevy in overall reliablity: Cadillac, Buick, Packard, Lincoln, Chrysler, Hudson, etc.
posted: May 4, 2015
 
     
 
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joenzyme
    
Yes, a 1947 Oldsmobile. the six cylinder is very reliable. Can be driven daily with little problem.
posted:  March 19, 2016
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