It looks like it could have been taken in the 80's.
We don’t have to go any deeper.
Looked much better in person.
Have an F-1.
No, not quite. Though it is something rarely seen.
I didn’t go to the heckstorm that was Grant Park in Shitcago, but I did get out and about to the hot spots near me, and caught some cool
Of a Plymouth Prowler that was behind me last night.
On the lake in Port Washington WI they have Fish Day as an excuse to eat lots of fish and get lots of drunk.... but they also have a parade and a car show and stuff.
This classic Chev, minus its flashy rolling stock, would look right at home in downtown Havana. I think one of the detailers here at the dealership owns it.
To install a splayed fibreglass animal atop it.
This time with more 100% more Checker (finally going through dashcam footage of my vacation last week)
Originals for comparison:
Spotted this hiding in a backyard.
Not the only interesting car I saw today, but it was the only one interesting enough for me to bother photographing. Plus it was right in front of me.
This Caprice is gorgeous. For those not in the know, ‘66 Chevy Caprice pillarless hardtop, done up as a lowrider.
It was green and it was serving as a business vehicle.
What does the Mayflower van on the back of the tow truck bring?
Today on Cars of LA: Before Tesla’s Model 3, there was an ill-fated attempt at an affordable electric car: The Coda.
With the perfect amount of platina. Update: I’ve been informed it is a Chrysler, it still looks cool.