Kudo’s to Patrick Bell for being the first person to not get stung by JP’s clue on the ’70 Hornet.
Here’s the un-cropped and full-sized clue for today. Maybe it’s a long shot; maybe it isn’t.
1966 Plymouth Fury I.
Looks an awful lot like a ’67 Monaco, or maybe Polara.
1966 or 1967 Mopar B body 4 door. (Satellite, Belvedere, or Coronet)
66 Dodge Monaco
1967 Chrysler Newport.
’69 Plymouth Satellite sedan
1965 or 66 Chrysler. The six-window one.
1965 Dodge 6 window sedan.
Everybody is saying Mopar so far, but it looks like it could be a Rambler 4-door. I’ll say a 1963 Classic.
The sunken trunk lid looks odd. My instinct was to say mopar, but now not so sure.
I’ll say ’65 Dodge 880.. The extra chrome makes me think Dodge instead of Plymouth.
The pronounced “shoulder,” flat side glass, round rear-view mirror and classic door handles say early 60s GM to me. I see no trace of the curved A-pillars, so I’m going with a 1963 Chevy Bel Air 4-door sedan.
1962 Pontiac Tempest
Maybe a ’66 Newport?
Well, over here in New Zealand (or Australia), that would be a 1969 VF Chrysler Valiant sedan. Could also be a 1970 VG Val’. Probably not a ’68 VE as the VE’s chrome C-Pillar strip was thicker. All wild guesses based on the rear-view mirror shape and location mind you!
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