great light. i'll leave it at that.
Very unique! I believe it is a 1976 model though.
That's a lot of bodywork. I'll give it to them, you'll never see another one like it.
It's a 1978, you can tell by the fins. Got the 78-style landau bars too ;)Wonder if this might have started life as a "Pinto Cruising Wagon" which Ford came up with when the van craze hit. Whatever it was, it sure is odd now..
I don't like those numbers on the front fender. The taillights on the back of the car are from either a 71-72 Cadillac Deville/Fleetwood. There was a car called the ANY CAR and a second one called the ANY CARII . This is a link to the Any car IIhttp://www.motorbooks.com/motorbooks-blog/Million-Dollar-Classics/251This is a link to the Any car 1http://www.carology.tv/2009/10/the-anycar-from-manufacturers-hanover-trust/
A sadist. Probably wears a cape.I'd bet on the Crusin' Wagon birth, too.
My first car was a run-down 75 Pinto, but it sure didn't look like this!
So insanely cool... Nice post!I feel like if the Illinois Nazis were cooler they'd be driving this.
Looks like a Herse Racecar! Definitely one of the coolest cars on here in a while!
.........Best of 2015. 'Nuff said.
Wow... That ass is extremely sexy! Nice body work for sure!
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