What do we have now?
Well Tom, it’s hard to say for sure because there’s a car parked on it, but I do believe it’s a gravel driveway? 😉
That’s not the question he’s asking.
The question he’s asking is, “From where did that gravel come?”
My guess is that it came from the earths crust as it appears to be granite.
On a completely different subject somehow this site needs to note the passing of James Harbour and his numerous contributions to auto manufacturing productivity and quality via the Harbour Report. I am betting that many readers here know a could deal about him. Maybe some even knew him. What a remarkable man.
Some K-car variant.
I’m gonna go with J-Body, Cavalier from the 80s.
I agree with Leo318 on the J body, but I’m going to call it a Buick Skyhawk. This is Tom, no mere Chevy would make the cut!
Datsun 310GX Wine Paint Edition.
I’m catching the GM-y vibe here with this pic, it’s probably a low end midsizer of some sort though, and also, I’m guessing from the early 90’s, not the 80s.
That said, I don’t remember seeing chrome on the Skyhawk or Firenza…or for any of the J cars for that matter. I thought they had black trim only, or did I never look close enough?
I have never seen a Cavalier or Sunbird with chrome on the bottom of the door but some of the Firenzas did have the chrome strip.( I am thinking 84-86) the Cimarron had the chrome strip on the bottom of the door but also ether had a painted section or a chrome strip on the black rubber belt molding.
The Skyhawk had a chrome strip on it during all of its production years.
82-89 Buick Skyhawk station wagon?
I’d say Camira but Tom doesnt grow where they do so some upscale J body, Cimmaron may as well start from the top
Let’s go off the reservation here. Saab 900.
I’ll say it’s a 1988 Chevrolet Celebrity CL with 46k ‘actual’ miles. Maybe ‘original’ miles.
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