Remarkable tailights for the era. And I think the gas cap is hidden behind the panel between those tailights.Add the great front end and overall shape, it's a real winner.
That thing's ancient.The phone booth, I mean. There's actually a phone in it.Car's cool, too.
the quik-e mart tag added... okay?seeing a hubcap on there is a treat and makes me think either this is a work in progress or the owner doesn't realize what he's got. which do you think is more likely? what's all that stuff inside?
To us, it's a Corona. To him (the owner), it's Home. I too am amazed to see an original hubcap has somehow survived the Roadgoing Apocolypse that has been this car's existence. The other three are out there on the Wasteland never to been see again.
I think it's a project car. In the third picture, it looks like some rocker rust repair has been performed.
Amazing. Absolutely amazing. And wonderful to see one of these rare creatures venturing out into its natural habitat. Very few of these have survived and most of those that have have been tamed or are only to be found in zoos. Kudos on such a find.
The patina, the one remaining hubcap.....awesome.
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