Don Kincl found a very wide assortment of cars somewhere in Abilene, TX, including two rather rare veterans of the 1950s import boom: a Fiat 1100 and a Renault Dauphine. The Fiat looks like it might even be roadworthy. And there’s some other interesting inmates here too…
A ’63 Buick Skylark ragtop.
A ’73 Hurst/Olds Cutlass W30
As verified by the badge.
Another look at the Fiat. These were absolutely everywhere in Austria when I was a kid. Of course they were assembled in Austria by Steyr-Puch, but the 1100 was a big success for Fiat. Well, except in the US.