LM vs. EM Debate.

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LM vs. EM

LM's are best.
251
43%
EM's are best.
254
43%
My Dad can beat up your Dad.
80
14%
 
Total votes: 585

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LM vs. EM Debate.

Post by snddrafting »

Since I have one of each... I'll vote for both.

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EM vs LM Debate

Post by scout1977 »

Why debate! Earlies Rule!!! :lol:

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Re: LM vs. EM Debate. I dare you!

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Don Yenko never built an early Stinger... LATE MODELS RULE!!!

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There can be no doubt since I have an LM.
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scout1977 wrote:Why debate! Earlies Rule!!! :lol:
hmmm...bettter check those poll results...looks like the Lates are winning. ;)
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Re: LM vs. EM Debate. I dare you!

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Where's the "Meh...If I had the space I'd have both" choice? :)

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Post by 4carbcorvair »

I have one of each. Tuff decision.
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Re: LM vs. EM Debate. I dare you!

Post by UNSAFE »

You left out " My Dad can beat up your Mom " as a voting option ! ;)


Is there really anything to " Debate " ????? :mrgreen:

Seriously -- I've always been a " Late Guy " but it has more to do with the rear suspension than anything else. Actually my driving ( or even riding) in an Early is VERY limited to a brief straight drive (Whew!) from the Concours at the Detroit convention to the host hotel and then a ride around the autocross with Rick loving in his Sprint . I still shake and tremble and have Flashbacks about that ride !!!!! 8-)

Actually the look of the Early Coupes is growing on me . :|

In the end -- I like all cars !!!!!

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EM are best because there were no LM FC, no LM ultravans(?), no LM boats and no LM wagons.

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Apples and Oranges! But I love them both.

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Post by sweet66monza »

S&DDrafting wrote:hmmm...bettter check those poll results...looks like the Lates are winning. ;)

only cuz lates are by far the best!!
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Post by atwistedgrip »

I prefer the look of an EM 4 doors and a LM 2 door... but that's another debate.
Besides, I'm not sure my oppinion counts. I've never owned a car yet... I'm a FC guy.
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Post by gabbagabbawill »

I'm not sure that they're truly more popular, but I'm sure there are a lot more of the LM around, thus skewing the results a bit. ;)

Personally, I have no desire for a LM, but love my EM coupe and really want a rampy.

Hey, the EM will have it's 50th anniversary soon!! :D

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gabbagabbawill wrote:I'm not sure that they're truly more popular, but I'm sure there are a lot more of the LM around, thus skewing the results a bit. ;)

Personally, I have no desire for a LM, but love my EM coupe and really want a rampy.

Hey, the EM will have it's 50th anniversary soon!! :D
I WAS an LM ONLY guy, till I got a '64 coupe in a "package deal". I am really liking the EM and I haven't even been able drive it yet. ;)
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Re: LM vs. EM Debate. I dare you!

Post by Scott H »

b-vair wrote:Where's the "Meh...If I had the space I'd have both" choice? :)
You can vote for both. (even if you don't have the room for them ;) )
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