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Rare or strange options

Postby astroman97 [OP] » November 4th 2013, 6:47am

Hi I was just thinking about some of the vehicles I've seen over the years and was thinking about some of the strangest or rare options example on some of the older monti Carlos they had front swivel seats, older caddy's or other luxury cars had telescopic steering wheels..and some old thunder birds had push away steering wheels you could push them to the side...what are some of the rare or strange options you seen from Detroit?
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby chevymaher » November 4th 2013, 7:27am

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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby tedanderson » November 4th 2013, 11:28am

My uncle had a '68 Dodge Polara that had power windows AND a window crank.

I don't know if you would call this rare or strange but my uncle also had a late 70's Regal with glass T-Tops and factory radio that had a built-in CB. Up until that time I thought only truckers and guys in vans had CB's. I never saw one in a "luxury" car.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby redfury » November 4th 2013, 11:11pm

seat heaters in the 40's and 50's GM's....consisting of a large fan surrounded by a christmas wreath radiator.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby snapper388 » November 4th 2013, 11:20pm

dodge Desoto hemi with a 3 speed automatic that you shifted manually .had a shifter but no clutch.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby kennyj » November 4th 2013, 11:24pm

My 65 Dodge Polara had an AM only radio, but a chrome knob under the dash controlled the factory option rear seat speaker. One day I inadvertently pulled on that knob and surprise, the inside of the car came alive with the glorious sound of reverb. I had the best sounding car radio in high school (1969). The only bad thing was when you hit a bump and got the horrible reverb crash echo sound. :o

Rumor has it that some Astros had an extra large fuel tank.... :wink
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby chevymaher » November 4th 2013, 11:31pm

kennyj wrote:
Rumor has it that some Astros had an extra large fuel tank.... :wink

I fell for that one.

My 66 chevelle had a AM Stereo Factory. Your post reminded me of it.
No FM Tho.

Our vans had a option for factory coolers in the back. At least the gen 1's of my year. I was reading the owners manual. Those side compartments got drains. Just supposed to throw in ice and pop for trips.
I always wondered what the rubber hoses out of the bottom leading through the floor in the van were for.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby snapper388 » November 4th 2013, 11:56pm

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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby gavio » November 5th 2013, 12:45am

Back in the 80's I was way into restoring 60's cars, Pontiacs mostly, but I had buddies into almost everything.... Curiously, apart from certain engine/transmission configurations, one of the rarest accessories on mid-sixties GM cars was the Kleenex dispenser.... They mounted under the dash and swiveled out to dispense their sinus-releiving treasures..... I had one once and sold it to a restorer in Seattle for what amounted to quite a bit of money back then (hundreds).... Those were the days....

Sometimes the rarity was in combinations, too, such as a 65 Bonneville wagon (big full-size car) special ordered with bucket seats, console and floor-shifted 4-speed.... it was basically a one of a kind as that was not available according to GM - back in the 60's, though, if you knew how to twist your dealer's arm just right, you could a lot of crazy stuff.... Same applies to Mopars, though I didn't know as much about them....

Yeah, I was all about rare things.... sigh.... Now I have a GMC Safari and every day I see a couple that look just like it....
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby kennyj » November 5th 2013, 3:10am

Sometimes the rarity was in combinations


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A collector guy around here recently picked up an original 63 Dodge Coronet, plain black two door, skinny white walls and chrome wheel covers, under the hood a Max Wedge, cross-ram with dual quads.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby Jasen » November 5th 2013, 6:12am

Not really an option, but a Detroit oddity. I had a 62 Tempest lamans with 1/2 of a 389, a 194.5, 4 bbl, 3 speed on the floor and rear transaxle. It was missing the drivers side head etc.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby WoodButcher » November 5th 2013, 1:05pm

IIRC Jasen the 389 didn't come around till later. I had the '64 tempest custom w/ a 326 according to the paperwork but when I had it rebuilt we found it to be the 389. A screamer that car was. A two speed trans that could wind up over 80 mph in 1st.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby davejonas » November 5th 2013, 2:35pm

I run a game on Facebook called "Mystery Car" and one of the featured cars was the Powell Sport Wagon. The drawers in the back are for carrying fishing poles! How cool is that!?!

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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby astroman97 [OP] » November 5th 2013, 2:45pm

Powell sport truck pretty cool....also Powell motors was Homer Simpsons brother Herb company..lol :driving:
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby astroman97 [OP] » November 5th 2013, 2:51pm

gavio wrote:Back in the 80's I was way into restoring 60's cars, Pontiacs mostly, but I had buddies into almost everything.... Curiously, apart from certain engine/transmission configurations, one of the rarest accessories on mid-sixties GM cars was the Kleenex dispenser.... They mounted under the dash and swiveled out to dispense their sinus-releiving treasures..... I had one once and sold it to a restorer in Seattle for what amounted to quite a bit of money back then (hundreds).... Those were the days....

Sometimes the rarity was in combinations, too, such as a 65 Bonneville wagon (big full-size car) special ordered with bucket seats, console and floor-shifted 4-speed.... it was basically a one of a kind as that was not available according to GM - back in the 60's, though, if you knew how to twist your dealer's arm just right, you could a lot of crazy stuff.... Same applies to Mopars, though I didn't know as much about them....

Yeah, I was all about rare things.... sigh.... Now I have a GMC Safari and every day I see a couple that look just like it....



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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby markmitch » November 5th 2013, 3:22pm

I have a GM fire extinguisher I know it was from a corvette so I was told but no idea what year or what package.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby danookster » November 5th 2013, 3:38pm

Mid to late 60's Buicks had "purse hooks". Chrome, spring loaded. Mounted to the dash and folded down for the woman to hang her purse, Snapped back up when not in use.

50's and 60's Packards had a sand dispensing system available. Two metal hoppers in the truck dispensed sand in front of the rear tires through tubes through the floor. Available on school buses of the day too.

Early Packards, late 20's and early 30's, had a gear driven air pump off the transmission for inflating tires.

I was just in the GM Heritage web site and they have available online Vehicle Information sheets that lists everything you could want to know about your vehicle. For example, you could order an '83 Malibu with a roof reinforcement to support the weight of a roof mounted light bar, ala squad car. They list every available option and will also tell you the weight of the vehicle and the weight of every option. I was looking at a 1983 Malibu station wagon, but they have all years of ASTRO vans.

Non-standard paint color was an option!

Someone look and see if there is anything interesting listed.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby davejonas » November 5th 2013, 4:20pm

Some great ones there, danookster! Do you have a link to more info on the Packard sand and air pump options? I can't find anything on the web.
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby gavio » November 5th 2013, 7:05pm

In the late sixties 'til about '71 or so, Detroit was busting it's butt to cash in on the craze for raw power and the quest for freedom.... But Chrysler probably stepped out there farther than most.... Even in an era where manufacturers had bright colors, wild hood scoops and outrageous stripes left, right and center, you could still spot the Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird from across a crowded parking lot:

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And then for the ultimate in sixties chic, how about the mod-top?

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And it's interior?

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Apparently there was even one Charger Daytona built with a mod-top (though apparently the top was dealer installed) for the final statement in go-fast-be-cool.....

And as for modding your own ride, astroman, I'm with you - in fact, a lot of what you did is on my list for my Safari.... And I've always managed to make my cars stand out somehow, and always enjoyed that.... I also enjoy the rather different experience that comes from having or seeing items that were very rare, unusual or make a really strong statement about the time period they come from..... I dunno, we humans are funny that way.....
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Re: Rare or strange options

Postby WoodButcher » November 6th 2013, 1:29am

markmitch wrote:I have a GM fire extinguisher I know it was from a corvette so I was told but no idea what year or what package.



Didn't they come standard in the '74 Pinto? maybe that was after the recall, I never went to get mine. :doh:
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