Mission Control, we appear to have a fake convertible top…
Lincoln Versailles ?
+1 on the Versaille. 1980
Lincoln Versailles, I owned one………………….
1980 Eldorado with Classic Coach dealer package?
Early 80’s Lincoln Town car?
+1 – or as also posted, a Mark VI. Tom said “fake convertible” which makes me think it’s not a Versailles because the formal roof on the Versailles was not a fake convertible, it was a padded half-vinyl roof. Then again, maybe it’s a custom Versailles.
With the rear antenna, this could be only a 1980-1983 Lincoln Mark VI.
Darn, I missed that. I fairly sure GM was still using those pathetic wires in their windshields- until about ’98.
A very rare Lincoln Warzone with pre slashed vinyl roof.
+1 Bonus points if it comes with a torn off zombie arm dangling from the vinyl on the other side.
Late-’80s Cadillac Coupe deVille with cabriolet roof option
My Dad had two 1927 Model cars that both had simulated convertible tops. His Hudson Super Six Brougham featured non working landau bars and his Pierce Arrow Model 80 touring had a full length fake phaeton top. Surprising how far back they were applying this “touch of class”. The photo is from the early ’70s.
It looks like some sort of 80s GM to me. But I don’t think they had a rear antenna. Most like it’s a Lincoln. Maybe a Versaille.
The rear antenna id’s it as a Lincoln, probably a Town Car with the fake convertible top.
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