Andre Roy got Buick and Park Avenue on the first guess and Tim B followed up with the correct year right after. For this one I thought we’d try an interior clue.
British, a car exported and needing left and right hand drive models. That vent would be where the steering column goes on the home market right hand drive models.
There, now I would hope that those clues give someone else enough to get it right.
From memory I think it might be the Daytona-lookalike Rover SD1.
As my son’s ’84 Mustang L has a dash that exact shade of beige, with the darker brown sort of slopped on the upper surfaces just like this one, I’m going to say this is a mid-80s Ford product… that’s as far as I can go, though.
Yep, Rover SD1 for sure
I agree, Rover 3500…
Rover SD1, absolutely
Rover 3500, left hand drive.
Now this is an odd one, where would you find an SD1?
Oo oo, A pre-facelift SD1 Rover! Is it the one in that field with the MkII Zephyr recently covered here on CC?
+1 on both the SD1, and “storage field classic”
This was much too easy.
I agree that’s too easy. But, with all due respect, you all got it wrong. It’s actually a 1961 Rambler Ambassador with the optional, dashboard-mounted hair dryer option.
My guess is 1987 ISH Pontiac Grand Prix
Absolutely right, Rover 3500 V8, the car seeing which in person
left a very mixed impression on me, not the least part due to this weird dashboard
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