NZ Skyliner nailed the Cadillac A/C vent on the very first post. How about this one?
It feels like 1950s British to me, and it was badly repainted (lots of over-spray on that one piece of trim) but I can’t narrow it down to a specific model. Another one from that Canadian junkyard?
Late 50’s DKW?
Trabant Wagon, would need to see the registration for a year 😉
Hmmm – getting down to the really obscure Brits now. It’s a Standard Vanguard Estate Car. The round tail-light covered by a rectangular update piece is a give away. Could be a Six with the Triumph 2000 engine or an agricultural 4.
Yup, go with the Standard. I seem to have found a couple of pictures of that very same car on Flickr.
No, I’m not posting a link. But it’s in a wrecking yard and has Alberta plates. With a yellow Metropolitan parked next to it and a Rover 3500 in front. 🙂
It’s a Vanguard all right. I have a ’62, attached is a rear photo of it the day I first discovered it.
We don’t show proof of our guesses for the Clue. Thanks!
Sorry, first whack at this… will observe protocols from now on…
Datsun 310 GX
Correct! I guess many Vanguards went off to Japan as scrap and came back as Datsuns.
Same taillights, see?
Barkas B 1000?
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