When is a spoiler not a spoiler? When it gives away nothing about the story. The corner of our ’82 Mustang GT’s spoiler wasn’t enough to spoil anyone’s surprise this morning.
I found the next Classic at my neighborhood Curbside.
1965 plymouth sport fury.
Actually I’m thinking 1966 based on the chrome trim. But both used the same front fenders otherwise.
I think it is a Plymouth Fury. But a 1963.
I was seeing a 1962 Buick or a 63 Buick Special.
Wasn’t Chevy the only OEM that used the machine-turned aluminum trim on the 1963 & 1964 SS models?
It doesn’t look like an Impala. Perhaps a Chevelle SS or a Chevy ll Nova SS.
That front fender line throws me off, though.
I wanted to add a 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury as my last best guess, but after mulling it over, 15 minutes ain’t enough time to add an edit.
In any event, it isn’t a Ford product.
1965 Ford Fairlane
1965 Plymouth Fury, maybe a Sport Fury.
I’m not sure of the exact series without checking, but I’m sure that it’s a 1965 C-body Plymouth.
A 1961 Rambler Ambassador, maybe in Custom trim.
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