No one got the polarizing (to say the least!) ’04 Camry.
Hmm, pinstripes–could this be a Broughamy Brougham? Maybe. I have been on a bit of a sabbatical from Broughams lately…what say you?
’87 Grand Marquis
First-gen Panther (’79?) LTD.
Five different pieces of trim within a couple of square inches. Holy assembly costs, Batman!
I’ll say late 70’s early 80’s Olsmobile, maybe an 88.
Mid-80s Park Ave
Grand Marquis… Ill Go eaRlier 1983
late 80’s Grand Marquis
I’d say ’83-’87 Panther Marquis Brougham or Grand Marquis. That was a popular color combination on those models.
Ford LTD/Crown Victoria 2 door brougham, circa 1979-1982. Gottta love when the Panthers were new and 2 door big ass cars roamed the interstates……maybe this one can be designated the “Gray Panther” edition?
I’m going to say it’s an early 80’s Coupe DeVille. The Panther coupes that had a vinyl top had the top go around the window, and this one stops before the window. Plus, the trim just looks kind of GM-ey to me…
+1, the pin stripe is too low to go on a Panther.
Thats what I was going to go with.
early 80’s Town Car?
Well whatever it is, I think I like it already.
Unless its an 82 Thunderbird or Cougar.
That’s a never-produced prototype for a 1981 AMC Ambassador. It’s essentially a Concord two-door coupe with new sheetmetal. As was the fashion at the time, the Concord’s 70-style bell-bottom curves were replaced with slab-sided creases.
The car was never produced because AMC’s new owner, Renault, felt that the Ambassador looked too generic — which indeed it was. Dick Teague clearly lost his nerve (and his beloved french curve) because the Ambassador had the front of a Marquis, the sides of a K-car and the butt of a Celebrity . . . and a flabby one at that.
84 Cadillac Coupe De Ville?
1980 ford thunderbird
early ’80s Lincoln Town Coupe?
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