What’s red and black and chrome all over? Dunno. Maybe you do.
I’m going to say NOT a Thunderbird 😉
This week. I wish you were right.
Since tomorrow is “80-s T-Bird day”, I’m going to go with a 1985 Thunderbird.
There’s one in our town that’s the same color.
Well, I was going to say it was a Thunderbird – 1983-1986 model.
I had a 1986 Thunderbird Elan – good car…
+1 – probably not a turbo coupe
I’ll go one better and say it’s an ’83-’86 Turbo Coupe.
Is that a drywall screw holding the trim on? Or a $5 OEM plastic pin?
1990s Chrysler LeBaron. I’ll be shocked if I am wrong!
Here’s my old 1992.
Zackman: I once posted a picture to proof my answer to a CC Clue and got called to the carpet.
Hint: it’s a no no, because it could take away the fun for other readers.
the picture looks like it has a older front/rear clip design rather than more modern design on LeBaron
Shame on you! Don’t post pictures – besides, it ruins the fun for tomorrow’s Trabant Brougham Limited Edition Collectors Series wagon with faux wood sides.
It isn’t the LeBaron. The bright strip of the LeBaron’s bumper is inset from the rest of the black strip across the back of the car. It has to be the Thunderbird.
definitely 83-86 Tbird
’83 – ’86 Thunderbird – although that LeBaron convertible has me wondering.
I miss rub strips. Every time I look at my parked-on-the-Brooklyn-streets bumpers…
83-86 Thunderbird is my guess as well. Many came with cornering lights though. This one does not have them or Tom did some skillful cropping.
Right Rear Corner.
Thats gotta be the left front corner of a mid 80s, pre-87 refresh T-bird!
I am thinking it is the rear corner of a 89-97 Thunderbird. Perhaps a 1989-1991 model?
the 89-96s wouldn’t have the vertical cutline between the bumper/quarters like this does, the bumper covers on those go all the way to the wheel openings
Since it is Thunderbird week I will go with the ’83 – ’86 model ‘Bird. But it could be the same vintage Cougar.
on the previous clue I immediately thought “Oldsmobile!” but was too timid to post. so today I am saying “Not an Oldsmobile”.
An easy one I can actually guess!
It’s an 83-86 T-Bird.
Definitely the starboard stern of a Fox T-Bird, probably 83-86, as that bright red color wasn’t common on the 87-88’s, save for the Turbo Coupe.
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