The Dodge Club Cab’s emblem was not quite deciphered, but we do now know that it is in Comic Sans font. I’d call that a half win. Now in what beast’s gaping maw are looking into?
Eh? Comic Sans wasn’t invented until 1994, long after Dodge designed the Club Cab logo.
Tell that to the guys who were so sure about that! I guess we’ll take that half win back.
Maybe the guy who designed Comic Sans loves his early-70s Dodge truck, the muse that inspired him.
There’s a Dan Gilbert joke in here somewhere…
1963 Rambler Classic, perhaps?
X2 on the Rambler.
On second thought…that grille is almost certainly plastic.
I draw a blank. Whatever it is, it’s after 1970
1971 through ’73 Fury III of some variant or another… I sort of remember this grille on some Chrysler Corp car…
Some good guesses but I think it is a 1965 Buick Wildcat.
I agree with Andrew T. ’63 Rambler.
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