Paul stumped us all with his ultra-closeup of the famous running Impala. This one should be a little easier.
why hello W109 Mercedes. Which one I haven’t a clue.
Well let’s go big and say 300SEL 6.3. (Which may not have been a W109…let me double-check. Yes, it was.)
jp; actually, it wasn’t for the Impala; my CC for the Clue will be up tomorrow, so keep on guessing on that one, folks…
1967 Ford Full size Custom, Galaxie or LTD
+1 on the Ford. This pic *almost* hides the side spear .& the MB has a reflector B-tween the headlights
Now that I look closer, these lamps (or at least one of them) are GE, and on an MB, at least of that vintage, Bosch or another German brand seems more likely. Not that they couldn’t have been replaced in all this time.
larsupreme is right, but indeed, which?
I think the majority of the ones in the US sold would be the 250/280/280 SE/SEL 4.5s. the 220s are rarer as are the 300 6.3s…
Given commonality I’d say a 1969-72 280 SE.
Full-size 1967 Ford.
JustPassin is on. Either a Galaxie, LTD or Custom of ’67 vintage.
Sorry Roger, I didn’t read your comment until afterwards.
Full size Ford, vintage 1967. The most handsome example of the big cars that were redesigned in 1965.
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