The first guess by CraigInNC had the correct car but wrong era. It took until the third guess for billy rockfish nail both era and car. This one might be a little tricky for the exact model …
early 1980s El Camino
Chevy Impala from 1977 or 78 before the parking lights and turn signals moved to the bumper. Hard to determine which year without seeing the grille.
I’m also thinking 77 or 78 Impala
Me too – we had one in the family from 1980 to sometime in the early 2000s.
Never really realized how distinctive the front clip of this car was, but with this pic it’s very apparent.
What the heck, I’m going to to say 1978 Impala.
1980 GMC Caballero
1982 malibu classic.
1980 el camino ss
1977 Chevrolet Impala Coupe with w4968 brown metallic.
Pontiac Sunturd ? 80?
1977-80 Chevrolet Impala/Caprice in metallic brown.
Wagon Queen Family Truckster. Book it. Done.
That was a Ford Country Squire that probably started out as an 82 or 83 model then.
If you’re going to make your answer that definitive, at least make sure it’s right. Or, at the very least, a real car:)
I’ll throw a curve here, it could just be a Canada-only ’77 Bel air. The RCMP had quite a number of them in this same colour. I’m not sure if they were available after ’77.
Yep. I have a ’78 Bel Air that matches this one, and in ’79, they went with a redesigned header. They are as rare as the proverbial hen’s teeth these days.
Didn’t look at the other comments yet, but it looks like the right front of a car I had, a 1977 Chevy Impala.
1976 Plymouth Valiare.
I think he means a Voliant.
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