Hmmm...that's a matter of opinion! Most American car enthusiasts that I know here in the UK prefer LHD over RHD every time. It's just more American and therefore authentic. Only journalists on the non - US friendly publications keep harping on about RHD being preferable, but you would'nt expect them to know any better!Man, that will get the Brits and their minions drooling. Seller ships worldwide.
What were the roadracers, e.g. the Jack Sears, John Whitmore etc. cars that raced against the Jags back in '63-64 built from? Were they LHD or RHD?RHD Galaxies, all built in Canada, were indeed sold new in the UK - complete with those UGLY leftover '59 Edsel dashes and strange 'up & over' exhaust manifolds too. **** Jagger famously had a Blue '64 Convertible in the 60s just as the Stones started to get big.
You're right, it would make a very interesting topic. I've got a small number of magazine articles, collected over the years, about these cars. May copy one or two pics & post them soon. But to quote from a couple of 'Classic Ford' magazine articles about Jack Sears & his Galaxie racecar published in 2000/01...What were the roadracers, e.g. the Jack Sears, John Whitmore etc. cars that raced against the Jags back in '63-64 built from? Were they LHD or RHD?
I suppose I could do some googling but I thought it'd be an interesting topic for discussion...