Well, that’s the most obvious one. But I know you can do better than that.
In the decades to come, anti-theft systems would become smaller and less complicated.
“No, Murilee, you can’t enter this in next week’s LeMons race!”
Murilee was my first thought as well.
“The Impala Hell Project reaches its logical conclusion.”
We now know what finally happenned! +1
From the shape of the rear window, I think this is actually a Caprice.
Could be an Impala – they did a formal coupe under both series in ’66.
I had thought the “Custom Coupe” was exclusive to the Caprice in 1966-67. I may be wrong.
“Unfortunately, the lack of a side-view mirror limits visibility.”
Car & Driver
“Last Survivor of the North American Zombie Apocalypse of 1975”
the taliban has finally introduced the successor to their indomitable HiLux.
“And the rust is history”
Someone didn’t read the “Destruction Derby Vehicle Modification Guidelines” very closely…
After the crossover TV special of Trick My Truck, Pimp My Ride, Monster Garage, and Junkyard Wars this ummmmm… “vehicle” was the only thing left standing.
“Imported from Detroit”
“Despite the pre-production of such an important prop, Mad Max 4 could never get off the ground after the release of the Mel Gibson tapes.”
I was just going to go with “Mel Gibson, your car is ready”…
“Though parallel parking was difficult, George found he was always first in line at the coffee drive up.”
You’re watching the Discovery Channel . . . Tonight on Hogs Gone Wild, veteran panhandle hog hunter Waylon Jenkins introduces the ultimate hog-hunting machine!
I believe this photo ran in the “Car & Driver” annual Top 10 issue in either 1991 or 1992. Assuming the photo was new at that time, it was apparently some kind of Desert Storm tribute. I have this vague recollection (possibly completely wrong) that the photo was taken in, or sent in by someone in, Houston.
“I’ll wipe the smug looks off the Imperial drivers’ faces when I arrive for the demo derby with this.”
“Run-flat front tires come standard.”
Rick Santorum’s campaign announced the purchase of a new vehicle to use in New Hampshire. They figured he needed the protection.
He bought it from Ron Paul.
This early prototype from Chevrolet shows that the idea of a crossover SUV was still a wide-open concept in 1966.
Few recall that the 1966 Chevrolet Caprice was actually used in Vietnam.
Finally finished, Bob was pleased with his creation. Now no one would ever tailgate him or cut him off, ever again!
The Soviet personal luxury coupes were stylish and practical, but experienced even worse quality control than the 1957 Chryslers.
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