I’ll give you a hint on this one-
If you think you know the platform, but aren’t sure of the specific nameplate, go with the lowest volume nameplate among all the choices.
OK, I’ll start the ball rolling with a guess. ’65 Buick Skylark.
+1 on the Skylark, but later I think perhaps late ’70’s, say 1978. With the detail shown, it would be almost impossible to identify the exact year. That detail even survived the change to the FWD X-body. The Olds version is identical also, I think.
’67 Pontiac Grand Prix.
Bigger. Clues point to platform, and lowest volume nameplate by platform. That screams GM. I’m guessing mid-late 60s full size rear wheel drive. Say a 67 Olds 88 sedan
Due to the hint I want to say something from the Ford Fox platform. Cougar 4-door maybe?
Most likely a 1980-1982 Cougar sedan. Rear profile just screams “This is a Fox body!”
That was my gut reaction as well.
Olds 98. Some where in the 1965 – 1969 time frame.
I am leaning towards ford too, seems too squarish to be something from the 1960s…..base model mercury monarch with no vinyl roof??
DING DING DING!
cool as soon I saw the CC on the monarch the other day I thought it was this
1964-65 Buick Special
’82-’89 Plymouth Gran Fury? Wild guess.
Gran Fury is a pretty funny name for a car when you think about it. I never saw my gran get very angry, let alone furious. But I’m sure she had days when a ‘Gran Fury’ would have been just the ticket. Somehow I doubt that’s what Plymouth was thinking however.
Never thought of it like that. Now, I don’t think I will ever not think of it like that. 🙂
310GX LV, a one-year only model that consisted of nothing special
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Notify me of new posts by email.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
Copyright 2011 - 2023 Curbside Classics. All Rights Reserved.
Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.
Type your email…