Christmas is over and it’s time to return to regular daily activities. So, with that in mind, here’s a snippet of tomorrow’s Curbside Classic. It’s baby blue with a dash of chrome. Is this enough to work with?
Fuselage B or C bodied Chrysler product? It’s been some time but I had the equivalent of a ’69 Fury II sedan for a while and the LHS sail panel was proud of the door skin just enough to annoy and have me check each one I subsequently saw. Yep, they were all the same. These were Australian assembled Dodges, and they only offered 400 sedans and 400 hardtops for each of the final 3 years to 1971 so the problem was not of catastrophic proportions.
A WAG here, a 1967 or ’68 Plymouth Fury four-door sedan.
I’m going to guess a ’72 or ’73 Plymouth Fury.
Dodge Diplomat. They didn’t change much over the years so 85ish.
B-body 4-door sedan- ’71 to ’78, hard to tell which model as they didn’t change the rear door treatment all that much. Can only go by the color, which I *think* makes this a 75-77 Plymouth Fury. I wonder if there’s a 440 lurking…
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