Q: Favorite green car for restoration

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What would be your favorite green car restoration project?

It would probably be an old Shelby Cobra from the ’60s. That would be a fun one to restore. There are not many of them left, original ones at least. That would be a fun car to have even though they are gas-hogs -- something that you can run on the weekends.

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