Ninety-Eight, as in Oldsmobile, seems to be the lucky number around here lately. Okay, so here’s a whole lotta featureless white, with a few stone chips thrown in for character. Does the Olds love continue? We’ll see.
– Posted on May 27, 2013
A Corolla would be too boring, so I’m saying it’s a Geo Prizm (93-97).
’94-’96 Pontiac Trans Sport?
I was also thinking Prizm but am going to say Mazda MX-6.
92- 98 Olds Achieva?
92-96 Pontiac Grand Am
1995 Hyundai Accent, 1993 Geo Prizm aka Corolla, first generation Altima?
What’s with the white paint filling in between the hood(?) and the fender(?)
Is this a repaint and the hood has never been opened? I’ll say Prizm also.
I think it’s a fold in the sheet metal.
Thanks. My bad.
^ Jer beat me to it…
Kind of looks like a Cavalier, but no way…those will never be classics. Though I guess that’s what they said about the Falcon.
1995-99 Oldsmobile Aurora.
92-99 Pontiac Bonneville
Dang it, I wanted to win! Congrats.
I think i nailed it too…
me too 92-95, Bonny
Early 90’s Bonneville….agreed.
’95-’98 Nissan 240SX
That shape was mighty popular back then; we have guessed no fewer than 15 cars, with no one saying for sure that’s the car and no repeat guesses.
Thank you 1989 Cressida for ushering in the era of generic design.
That’s not a car, it’s a Mirage! 4th generation, 1991-1995?
96-98 Buick Skylark
My thought as well…
CM got the model and year range, second post. Admittedly a tricky one, as they did in fact use adapted Bonneville headlights.