What could this be?
A Plymouth Valiant.
Is it a pin-striped pumpkin?
Yes – or possibly a valencia orange?
1977 Malibu or el camino
Colonnade Monte Carlo.
The pin striping says Ford to me.
’69-’70 Mercury Marquis
There’s something about the down-angle on the wheel well stripe that says “Lincoln/Mercury, +/- 1970. I’ll go with a ’74 or ’75 Lincoln.
That said, I’ve always disliked non-factory pinstripe tapes as dealer add-ons (I have no idea if this car’s striping is factory or not, however.)
If it is tape and a Ford product it is not factory. My early Aero Panthers all had factory painted on twinstripes.
40 plus years ago it may have been a different story.
1973-1987 GM Truck?
I had the exact same thought, although I almost never get these right.
Can’t be; it doesn’t have enough rust 😛
1975 Plymouth Fury Coupe?
’69 Olds Ninety Eight is my guess
’78 Olds Ninety Eight
The Wheel-well shape screams Mopar to me.
In that colour it simply must be an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile with aftermarket pinstripes!
1978-80 Olds Cutlass Supreme?
The car is a 1978 to 1980 Cutlass Supreme… Maybe a Supreme, Supreme Brougham, or a Calais.
So basically what I wrote 9 hours ago?
One of the Ford Fairmont / Mercury Zephyr twins.
At first I thought it was some kind of a Mopar product, but the late 70s early 80s Cutlass makes more sense…
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