On Friday, I showed you some photos Triborough had posted to the Cohort of cars spotted during a Brooklyn shoot for Life on Mars. Because I’d only shared a small portion of these, it made sense to put up a couple more. Readers, if you haven’t already looked in the Cohort, do so now; there is an endless variety of cars on display in its pages, with more added daily.
Here is a fine example of the last year for Satellite convertibles. I think a good job was done by the stylists, merging the old boxy style with the smoother shapes coming out of Mopar studios…
…which are evidenced nicely on this 1974 Charger.
This Fairlane makes for a prettier black FoMoCo coupe than the Cougar at the top of the page, wouldn’t you say?
And again we have two generations of the same manufacturer’s midsize two-door. This time, it’s GM’s A-body, with this 71 Chevelle SS…
…compared to this better looking ’65 Cutlass.
And of course, we have this shot, showing the hubbub that accompanies a professional shoot.