A rip in the vinyl. Could it be an opera window making an appearance? Or maybe a special edition? Stay tuned – same curbside time, same curbside channel!
The way you word the clue, I immediately think 1970-71 Dodge Challenger S/E.
71-76 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham
LOOK AT THAT FINE GRAIN VINYL!
LOOK AT IT!
(sorry don’t know what came over me…)
I assume the Buick Encore in the background is not it?
My Brougham Spotters guide tells me that’s an Elk grain…..Cadillac used Elk fairly regularly….hmmmm, quite a C pillar you got there. I’m going to go with 1971-1976 Cadillac Brougham, maybe even a d’Elegance.
Could it be a Fleetwood Talisman? We need to do a Fleetwood Talisman on CC. I’ve never seen one in the metal.
I remember seeing one of those weird-looking things when it was new. Attention-getting, but not in a good way….
So much Brougham, its bursting out!
It’s an ultra rare War Zone Limited Edition which came with pre ripped vinyl to save vandals the bother of doing it themselves
E-body Barracuda Gran Coupe.
Something Gran. Grand. Grande.
The Brougham’s Brougham can only be the aforementioned 1971-1976 Cadillac Fleetwood Talisman.
It’s what comes up on Webster’s under Brougham.
So close, and yet so far…. 🙂
A true survivor, a 19th century horse-drawn Brougham ?
It’s a car with a hole in the vinyl. “)
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