Curbside reader Chris C. sent me this shot he took a few years back in New Hampshire. And as a fan of painted cars, I just had to share it with you.
And to add to the theme variety, one of the hubcaps is missing! 🙂
Hate to be pedantic, but I think that’s an Aries. Can tell by the grill, and the “D””D””G””E” lettering above it…as if it matters, LOL.
Then again I’ve seen ChryCo products from the 80’s and 90’s that were a Dodge on the front and a Plymouth on the back, or vice versa, either due to a factory error or a junkyard visit. Again…as if it matters.
That’s hardly pedantic. 🙂 Fixed now.
Somebody sure likes to drive a very unique looking car! Verrrrry interesting. Sure can’t mistake it for some bland, old, ordinary car.
Live Free Or Die, indeed!
Live Free or Die trying!
I would have a more favorable impression of these, if I hadn’t actually ridden in one once. There was a Simpson’s intro where Homer’s car shook like jello as he pulled it into the garage. The one I rode in was a ringer for that car. The dash and steering column shook to different rhythms as the guy started & drove it. Simple & easy to fix, I suppose. Didn’t pretend it was better than it was, I suppose. A car that was desirable beyond those points? Not.
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