You just knew this car was going to get written up if you know of my fondness for cars painted aqua. Is this shot too vague? Maybe the color will help…
+1 – looks like the front part of the right hand door. Color likely Camaro, but might be Firebird.
Looks like a first-gen Camaro but I’m going to be different and say Firebird.
Looks like some ’63 or ’64 GM…maybe LeSabre.
Nope, not a 63 LeSabre, I have one. I think it is a 75-79 Nova.
Seventies General Motors F-Body.
’65 – ’69 Corvair.
I’m going with ’73 Impala, maybe we can finally cover the ’73-’75 GM dual airbag system. I think that if that could have been amortized over more units that it would’ve made airbags inevitable within the very early part of my lifetime. That would’ve made a huge difference for a couple of members of my family who had crashes in the eighties.
I have pictures of an usual gentleman’s collection of late 60’s to mid 70’s Park Avenues. Among these Buicks is a 73 or 74 airbag car. I couldn’t believe it when I saw it because I knew it was a very rare car.
I do have a 1975 Buick with airbags since 2001 but it didn’t make a big difference when I had a a crash in 2009 as I couldn’t afford driving such a car daily so I was driving a 1993 Toyota that didn’t have any airbags that day…
See this link for more pictures of my Buick and other 1973-76 GM cars with the Air Cushion Restraint System.
The second generation Camaro would also be my choice.
Whatever it is, that is a highly consistent panel gap. If it has been restored then bravo to the body shop – if not that is better assembly than we usually give factories credit for.
Looks OEM to me.
Firebird with the OHC 6.
it reminds me of my first car, in that very color, a 67 firebird
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