We’ve been clueless for a while, so here’s one to whet your appetite… If you’re new or simply have forgotten, make your guess in the comments, but please, no pictures – leave everyone else a chance, too!
What a bizarre texture…I’m going to guess a beaten-up Oldsmobile Alero with some guy’s jacket sleeve sticking out of the trunk?
With ribs like that, it’s gotta be a ’90s Pontiac something!
Body by Fisher became Body by Rubbermaid.
Yeah, gotta be a Pontiac. A Grand Prix, late nineties W-Body.
Then again, that would be too easy … :/
I don’t think it’s that modern, plastic cladding doesn’t dent like that. I think it’s the grille of a late 30s car or tucck with the headlight to the right of it.
Maybe a circa 1940 Chevy truck?
Hint: you’ve got the decade about right…
My vote was also brother-in-law with a cladding factory era Pontiac, but no idea which one since my brain tends to erase all memory of turn of the century GM products.
I get a GM Futurliner vibe…
Hint: wrong brand.
1940s Studebaker pickup…. Eh, it was worth a try.
Late ’40s IH medium-weight. As it happens, I was watching this Highway Patrol episode
just after reading the clue. There it is!
Hmmm… guess I made this one too hard! Here’s another clue:
A Divco stand and drive milk truck
Ford 8n tractor
Someone else guessed a Ford 8N, so I will cover the other bases and say a 2N or 9N.
Sure looks like a Willys Americar.
51 chevy truck?
I’m going to go with a mid-to-late 30’s Studebaker coupe????
Don’t know if I can help here, but from my amateur photography experience I’d say this is an extreme closeup, with that red arc on the left maybe the size of a dime up to a fifty-cent piece, possibly part of a badge.
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