You know the rules by now – no posting photos if you found the answer. This one may be particularly challenging for reasons you will find out, or maybe, not. Still, I am betting that someone nails this in the first five guesses. I am offering no hints.
Late 50s Pontiac. Will go out on a limb and say ’58 Bonneville.
1962 Pontiac Laurentian.
As you can see, you were the first to correctly name this Clue. Congrats!
I also immediately thought of late ’50s Pontiacs, especially ’58 or ’59. I’ll go with the ’59 Bonneville. (though I recall the Star Chief used them in later model years as well)
’54 or ’55 Chieftan or Star Chief.
Most Pontiac stars were symmetrical. Is this one of the three on the rear quarter of a ’66 Star Chief Executive?
1962 Pontiac Star Chief
1962 Pontiac Star Chief with the star (one of three on the rear quarter panels) turned sideways.
My guess is also a 1962 Pontiac Star Chief
Youse guys are right. (I had no idea but checked Google Images.)
Canadian market Pontiac. Maybe a ’60 Star Chief?
Man, you guys are good. Answer tomorrow, the usual prizes awarded.
1962 Pontiac Star Chief. Until last month’s trip to Cuba, it was the oldest car I’d ever ridden in – my mom’s car, white – when I was a baby.
Now the oldest is either a ‘51 Chevy or a ‘51 Buick taxi from the streets of Havana….here’s a picture of the (blue) ‘51 Chevy that picked us up from the airport….
Here’s the pic of the ’51 Chevrolet…
And here’s the Buick…
Perhaps a topic for another thread (maybe it’s already been done?), but:
What’s the oldest car or truck [roadway vehicle] in which you’ve had a ride?
1911 Baker Electric at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome (link), driven by Cole Palen himself.
Hard to top that with Cole Palen at the tiller(wheel?). I was lucky enough to meet him 25 years ago and get an autograph. His vision was failing but his enthusiasm for the aerodrome was like static electricity. Amazing experience. Watching one of his very young pilots fly a Bleriot XI was beyond belief!
I don’t want to get impaled on that hood ornament!
1929 Chevy pickup I helped my uncle not really restore, but get road-worthy.
1959 Ford Fairlane 500
Moparlee is from Canada. This a 1962 Laurentian.
Those who guessed Laurentian were correct. I cannot discount those who named the Star Chief also, as it did use those stars on its US made models. Great work everyone!