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Date Posted:02/02/2008 3:29 PMCopy HTML

What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:02/06/2008 12:16 PMCopy HTML

Click on the bar symbol on the left to see how everyone voted.  Right now, cars from the 1970's are winning by almost 2-1, cars from the 1960's are tied with cars from the 1980's.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:02/28/2008 1:16 PMCopy HTML

to me this is a very important poll every bit as important as footwear, In my opinion (i will get in trouble for this) and this is just my opinion, the fantasy is at least partially about being realistic and I have not seen a woman driving a car from the forties in twenty years, and I see about 2 women a year driving cars from the 50s and 60s and maybe a handful from the 70s almost every woman i have seen in the last ten years with car trouble has been driving something from the eighties to very early 90s. I would join any site that featured more contemporary cars. ironically newer cars are easily disabled by removing a fuse. and if anyone thinks they never break down, just do a little research, the sad fact is the car companies have us conditioned to buy a new car every few years minimizing the chances of breakdown. No new cars dont flood easily, but US car manufacturers expect a new car battery to last three years max, a fuel pump 100,000 miles and fuel injectors 40-50k  those people fortunate enough to live up north know what happens at around -10 F cars sometimes do flood and dont start. Fargo here i come!
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:04/30/2008 6:53 PMCopy HTML

I cast my vote solidly for the 40's cars, primarily because of their 6 volt electrical systems with slow cranking starters and weak ignition systems.  They all had carburetors, of course, with either manual chokes or crude automatic chokes that tended to stick.  Floor starters were still common and the heel-and-toe cranking and pumping technique was an ergonomic nightmare for women with small feet and high heels.  These cars flooded easily and took a long time to recover.  They sputtered and chugged and teased with false starts better than the newer vehicles.  Granted, you don't see them driven today except on antique car outings, but I grew up with these cars and the only way to re-create the memories of my youth is through a site such as this one.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:05/02/2008 4:20 PMCopy HTML

I agree I love seeing those old cars in movies but i am not old enough to have seen many in actual use. but just this morning I saw two hot young girls driving two separate early 80s pieces of junk one camaro, and a k car at least you still have a chance of seeing some actual cranking as long as they are still around.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:05/17/2008 12:21 AMCopy HTML

Thay are around-in the poorer neighborhoods!
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:04/06/2010 11:47 PMCopy HTML

Personally, I think that it would have been interesting to see Marilyn Monroe cranking and/or pumping a 1957 Chevy Bel Air.

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Date Posted:07/08/2010 3:31 AMCopy HTML

I would love to see her cranking a pinto!!!!
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Date Posted:07/09/2010 11:57 PMCopy HTML

 I would love to see her cranking a pinto!!!!


I do believe that would have been quite difficult for it to happen in reality.  The Pinto was first manufactured by Ford in the early 1970's.  Marilyn Monroe passed away in Aug. of '62.   Perhaps it only would have happen if  the vid was produced as a computer generated fantasy!!
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Date Posted:07/13/2010 1:51 AMCopy HTML

MOST DEFINATELY THE 60's.  ESPECIALLY CHEVROLET IMPALAS: 1964 CHEVY IMPALA STATION WAGON. WHITE, RED, GREY COLORED JALOPY.  IT BE SO VERY AROUSING TO SEE THESE SEXY LEGGY GIRLS BRING MY FANTASY TO REALITY OF CRANKING THE OLD WAGON & PUMPING ON THE GAS PEDAL WITH BACKSEAT VIEW OF THESE HOT DOLLS REACHING FOR IGNITION NEAR DASHBOARD WITH BRIEF START-UPS TO SPUTTERS, & STALLS AND THE RED GEN LIGHT FLASHING AT THE GIRL, SHE'S PUMPING THE GAS PEDAL AUDIBILY, HARD, AND FAST TO NO AVAIL WITH THE OLD ENGINE REFUSING TO START FOR HER AT ALL.  MOST LOVE TO WATCH THESE SEXY GIRLS WEARING LEGGY ATTIRE: SHORT DRESS, SHORT SKIRT, AND/OR SHORT DENIM JEANS SHORTS, ALONGSIDE EMOTION FROM ANNOYANCE, AGITATION, UPSET, WORRY, FEAR, YELLING, CURSING, SCREAMING AND CRYING IN OLD CHEVY STATION WAGON. NONETHELESS I'D SO LOVE THAT FROM BACKSEAT VIEW, TO ANY VIEW, WATCHING SEXY GIRLS CRANKING OLD CARS AND PUMPING THE GAS PEDAL IS MY ULTIMATE GUILTY PLEASURE AND GIRL FANTASY OF ALL-TIME IN MY HEART & MY HORMONES.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:10/10/2010 4:00 AMCopy HTML

Ya I like the early 60s chevys , I like when the gas pedal breaks off the pedal studs , I ve seen this happen more than once when the girls play around with it !
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:06/23/2012 7:29 PMCopy HTML

Reply to jeepump (04/30/2008 12:53)

I cast my vote solidly for the 40's cars, primarily because of their 6 volt electrical systems with slow cranking starters and weak ignition systems.  They all had carburetors, of course, with either manual chokes or crude automatic chokes that tended to stick.  Floor starters were still common and the heel-and-toe cranking and pumping technique was an ergonomic nightmare for women with small feet and high heels.  These cars flooded easily and took a long time to recover.  They sputtered and chugged and teased with false starts better than the newer vehicles.  Granted, you don't see them driven today except on antique car outings, but I grew up with these cars and the only way to re-create the memories of my youth is through a site such as this one.


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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:06/23/2012 7:38 PMCopy HTML

 I am in absolute agreement with jeepump!

Asa new poster, I don’t want to sound too opinionated, BUT IMHO, the late ‘40’swere the golden age of pedal pumping. Yes, I am a very old geezer, but some ofthe memories are still as clear as a bell, and if very much encouraged, I mighteven recount one or two.

 

Thereason for my opinion is the fact that I prefer the struggle to KEEP the carrunning, rather than that to just start it. In the late ‘40’s many of the carson the road were pre-war and had been adjusted to use as little gas aspossible. That meant that, unless the engine was kept in excellent tune (adifficult thing to do during the war and just after), it was not only hard tostart, but needed a lot of pumping on the accelerator to keep running. Theywere always sputtering and backfiring through the carburetor and, of course,stalling out a lot, often because a woman required some expertise with a manualtransmission and clutch .

 

Ialso have to admit that I was (and still am) very aroused by various exposuresof stocking beneath the skirt or on the foot. Of course, the ‘40’s were aperfect time for that as well—full-fashioned hose were just beginning to giveway to the new “seamless” stockings, which we would now call RHT. I mean nodisrespect to Crissy and J.R., but in this regard, I think Pedal Supreme andNeil’s Honeys have got it right. I put the people who invented pantyhose on thesame list as the people who invented EFI!

 

Iloved watching and listening whenever I had the good fortune to encounter anattractive woman having trouble with her car, and as I said, at this time inhistory, it was not at all unusual. What a time to be beginning puberty!


Thankyou for listening, and as I said, if greatly encouraged, I will post one or twoof my 1940’s memories.

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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:06/26/2012 6:08 PMCopy HTML

Wow!  Four years after my post another "old geezer" turns up on the forum.  I realize we're on the fringe of the fetish, but I would greatly appreciate hearing any of your recollections from the "golden age" of pedal pumping.  I was an impressionable young lad in the late 40s and early 50s and am delighted to find someone who might enjoy some of my memories as well.  
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:08/18/2012 1:16 AMCopy HTML

For me personally, it has to be the 60s as my three best memories involved cars from the 60s: '62 Plymouth Fury, '66 Dodge Dart, '69 Chevy Impala.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:08/19/2012 5:29 PMCopy HTML

 I agree with Passenger. Although I started driving in the '70's there were a number of experiences in the '60s, among them the Ford Falcon, the Rambler, various Dodges, Ford Galaxie, the old 60's Nova's and Malibu's with the ignition on the left side.  The best was a woman having to reach to turn the key since it was located on the dashboard, not the steering console back then.  Great memories, eh, Passenger?
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Date Posted:08/20/2012 1:45 AMCopy HTML

Yes Captain, just wonderful memories.  Funny you mentioned the Ford Falcon first.  I was just speaking today with a friend of mine whom I grew up with in the 50s and 60s.    His Mom had a 1960 Falcon and she was forever flooding the thing with her size 10 foot.  Yep, great memories.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:08/20/2012 2:21 AMCopy HTML

 ....just a side note to jimbo27275 and everyone else out there-feel free to speak your mind, express your opinions, no disrespect is taken! It doesn't matter what site you find the best, everyone is entitled to their own opinions.
This forum is bigger than any one web site and is free for all just respect others at the same time and try to get along (most everyone here understands and follows this, just sayin').
I like Ramblers myself-great cranking cars. Wish I had one for the site-any of them.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:08/24/2012 4:37 PMCopy HTML

Like CaptainCrank I believe that the decade that produced the best cars definitely was the 1960's.   I've posted plenty of times of my initial experiences as a 10 year old, (summer of 1968) with the next door neighbor and her 1963 Chevy station wagon.  At the time it really was not that old of a car.  But, the poor lady never had any maintenance work done her vehicle and as the engine began to accumulate dirt and other crap in it, plus old plugs, wires, distributor cap and etc - it was quite understandable that the car began giving her major starting problems.  It also didn't help that the lady, (then in her early 30's) was the typical clueless woman when it came to knowing how to start up those carburetor-engine cars and using the gas pedal correctly.  She didn't have the foggiest idea other than believing, (as a typical woman then) that pumping the gas pedal equals more gas going through the engine means that it will eventually start.  Right?  Wrong, you thought that this lady would eventually get the hint.  Either that or maybe she really had a poor sense of smell.  She just was unable to detect all of the foul gas fumes coming from the car's very flooded engine as she was holding the ignition key in the "start" position and simultaneously pumping the gas pedal repeatedly.

As posted before in other threads, and primarily because of other personal experiences involving girl friends, female coeds, female camp counselors, and etc; my fav. cranking cars were the early/mid 60's VW Beetles, those old Chevy Corvairs of the same period, and any old early 60's pick-up truck.  I also agree with CaptainCrank that the Ramblers, circa 1960-64 were great cranking cars.  I believe that the Pedal-Supreme site employed such a vehicle at one point.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:08/24/2012 4:47 PMCopy HTML

 He did have a Rambler on the site-and produced some awesome clips with it. I hope he brings it back, but I think it is gone for good. It was a great cranking car because it sounded as it would start if she pumped it, but it wouldn't, so that just encouraged more pumping. Awesome! It had everything-great views of the gas pedal, dashboard ignition, big car, easy to flood, my all time favorite.
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Date Posted:08/24/2012 10:09 PMCopy HTML

He also had a red Ford Falcon also.  Same reasons apply.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:08/25/2012 12:42 PMCopy HTML

 "He did have a Rambler on the site-and produced some awesome clips with it."  -chrissycrankscars


Chrissy,

I remember there was a Filipino model named Daisey who was hired as a model at that site.  In a multi-part vid, Daisey is behind the wheel of the Rambler, circa 1961-63 model vehicle.  She was a very aggressive pedal pumper.  Early in the vid being unable to get the Rambler started, Daisey took off her shoes and pumped the gas with her bare-foot, right bare leg bobbing up and down in sync with her foot rapidly working the gas pedal.  At one point you could actually hear Daisey say "Oww, that hurt".  She stopped her cranking and reached down to begin rubbing the bottom of her right foot which she appeared to temporarily hurt banging it repeatedly off and back on the gas pedal.

Daisey in not being able to start the Rambler for quite a number of cranking attempts, actually provided a quick up-skirt glimpse.  Dressed in a sexy short skirt, one caught a quick view of Daisey's bright colored panties as she pulled her feet up off of the pedals and onto the car's front seat, her entire body lying prone across it's width.  Daisey was implying that all of the hard work she was putting into starting the Rambler had tired her out, lol!! Eventually Daisey continued trying to start up the Rambler, right bare foot back on the pedal and pumping it rapidly as she held the key at the start position in the ignition for long stretches.  The battery at this point actually began to drain down as the cranking cadence began to slow down.  One would have thought that there was no way Daisey would get the car started.  With the hundreds of times she had already pumped the as pedal throughout her many cranking efforts, Daisey had undoubtedly flooded the heck out of the Rambler.

 With foul exhaust fumes clearly visible coming from the car's exhaust pipe Daisey, continuing her rapid and aggressive bare-foot pumping of the gas pedal, surprise-surprise was actually able to get the Rambler started up.  She revved it for a bit allowing the foul gas to escape out of the carburetor and then took off - claiming that she was going out to meet a friend for lunch.  A great vid which showed a great looking young lady cranking a great old car.  Loved the cranking rhythmic cadence of that Rambler.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

Date Posted:01/07/2014 1:29 PMCopy HTML

Great discussion, guys!

I look at the poll results and believe it reflects the age of the responders. I wouldn't expect that a person born in the 70's, say, would have any desire to vote for cars from the 50's since, by the time they had become old enough to be aware of the attraction there would be no more cars like that on the road. Yet, if someone were to place a car representing each decade side by side with the same woman trying to start it, I believe most would choose 40's or 50's cars. Why? Jeepump and Jimbo articulated it above and, as one born in the late 40's and growing up in the 50's, I can totally support their opinions. I also remember the 60's and 70's as being great times to see women stalled and pumping newer cars whose chokes had stuck or whose engines were crying out for a tune-up. But the 12 volt systems with rapid spinning of the engines don't compare to the slower sultry cranking of the older cars with 6 volt systems. In addition, women would seem to try longer in the older car (most until the battery gave out) because they knew sometimes it would take that long to start it. This was the case whether the engine was cold or warm, as vapor lock was also a frequent occurrence.

How many mornings did I pause while walking to school as I heard the slow cranking of an early 50's car with the female in distress bouncing and thumping on that pedal. I knew often the car was started by pushing a button on the dash or, in the case of 40's cars, stepping on a pedal. It was truly a stimulating sight to see the woman pushing back in her seat, lifting her bottom and bouncing at the same time.

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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

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Hi

excuse me to answer a bit late to this interesting question

Even I didn't know this period, it seems that the 50's and begining 60's were most interesting (slow cranking, choke not efficient), but I tell this in regards of the PP clips or Youtube clips, but who are perhaps not realistic of the real life.

In regards of my personnal experience  (I am 55 year old) , the 70's were in France very interesting : after a good rising of reliability  in end of 60's (batteries, 12 V system) and very good models of cars, the 70's gave us a regression with some models who were real "cranking queen" in cold or damp weather .....and the Japanese cars arrived who had all understood : a woman or a man asks her car firstly to start (except for fetish man of course !)

 

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 I like how 2000s isn't even an option :D

Not exactly someone who fits the mould, I'd probably say between 1992 and 2008 is my area of preference. Far later than most people's preferences (this poll came out exactly as I expected by the way!), but hey someone's got to try and keep this industry alive - many people say you like seeing the sort of cars you grew up with. Certainly true for me, hence the date range above. Would I turn down a clip in an old 60s car? Not necessarily, but I'd be far more likely to than one from, say, a 2005.
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Re:What decade produced the best cars for women to crank?

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Of course the 70's era that's a no brain question lol as women felt safe,secured driving a big,long all steel,gas eater vehicle boat,unlike the new vehicles of today more luxury,but mostly plastic,aluminum,rubber,fuel injected,electrical pieces of shit!
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