Picture is taken last summer, in Ferndale, Mi.
Taurus in jelly flavor.
Don’t wax the car while the neighbor is raking leaves!
Perhaps headed west to Eugene, Oregon
Wow! This paint job is probably the most care and/or attention someone has lavished on one of these Tauruses for years.
This one has been in Eugene for years: http://www.curbsideclassic.com/blog/cc-capsule-ford-taurus-art-car-the-other-approach-to-customizing/
Nice! That looks like something the Ghostbusters would drive.
Neat steampunk Taurus! I missed that one the first time around.
I saw one of these last Saturday. It seemed to have been hit in the side; I think there were a few more creases than Ford put there and it seemed a bit more concave than usual, but it was actually a bit hard to tell.
Anyone reckon these ugly-bug Tauruses will ever be ‘classics’?
Values here seem to have hit free to good home or there abouts.
The SHO versions, maybe, even though they’re commonly regarded as the least desirable of the SHOs. (The original ones.) The others will probably enter the realm where the only good ones left survive “by accident” (stored and forgotten about, elderly owned low mileage, etc.)
This generation of Sable is quirky enough like early 1960s Chryslers I could see it happening.
Would like to buy a 97 Sable and customize it.
That is camouflage paint for a circus.
Reminds me of first gen Neon seat fabric or somesuch.
Here is a Jelly Bean/Catfish covered in Chalkboard Paint. The owner leaves a rubber maid of chalk on the trunk lid.
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