ArBee got the MGB GT on the first try – congratulations!
We have had a warm couple of weeks here in the Midwest, and more interesting cars are coming out of the woodwork. Whose eagle eye can identify this one?
Buick Riviera, 1989-1993. I can’t pinpoint the year as very little changed throughout the run. If I could see the interior I could at least tell if it is a 1989 model.
I Hope So. I can’t read enough about my favorite unloved and no longer with us GM Specialty coupes.
I Will Guess Oldsmobile Toronado 87-88,or 89 model, perhaps a Trofeo?…
Chrysler Laser or Dodge Daytona, 1984-1986.
(If it weren’t for Murilee Martin’s fascinating junkyard series on TTAC, I would’ve forgotten those cars even existed.)
Junk Yard? http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2010/01/curbside-classic-1985-dodge-daytona-with-k-car-bonus/
“If it weren’t for Murilee Martin’s fascinating junkyard series on TTAC, I would’ve forgotten those cars even existed.”
As a Turbo Mopar aficionado I will do my best to prevent that from happening.. Check it out.. http://www.sdac-chicago.org/drag-racing
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