There were lots of guesses on the DeSoto, from ’57 Mercury to ’58 Buick, but GG got it right with his guess of a 1960 DeSoto.
Navy blue: a classy color. You might say our next CC is classy too. At least, I think so. What is it?
Looks like an 80-85 Olds 88, or 98, More like an 84 or 85,
It was Pontiac’s version of the Caprice in the 80s (Parisiene???)
I am going to go out on a limb here and go with 80-87 Cutlass Supreme four door.
I wanna say 80-84 Olds 88 or 98, too, but something about the little bit of grille showing just isn’t right.
They changed the grille literally every year they were in production. BTW, the Delta survived until `85, it was the 98 that bowed out in `84.
Or is it a Caprice Classic?
Boy that is looking Caddilac-y. That crisp corner with prominent side marker light screams FWD DeVille from around 1990. But there already was a CC on an 87. And this has a chrome strip on the hood that I believe they lacked.
So going back to what I thought it was at first glance, an ’84 RWD Delta 88. Regency. Bro-ham. LS. Holiday. Limited.
1982 Oldsmobile Delta 88 – hopefully not with the diesel!
I’m going to bet the farm on an ’85-’88 DeVille. The flat nose screams stubby 80’s Caddy.
+1 for sure
1983 Oldsmobile 98 Regency? Or possibly Delta 88.
1982 Olds Delta 88.
Definitely a 1964 Studebaker Cruiser.
I’m usually awful at this game, but my first reaction upon seeing the picture was “early 1980s full-size Oldsmobile”. I think this may the first time I’ve ever been that on target.
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