Woof woof dog dishes.I wonder what GM stylist created the front fender chrome design.
That is such an awesome specimen. I love the patina and the stretched out DE LUXE. The chevron upholstery is great and headliner painting says win.
I've ridden in this car many times. It drives like a dream. Got a tape deck in it with lots of Grateful Dead live tapes.
my granpa had the fastback version...black...I can see the back of his fedora now...thanks for the memory
Picture number 2. The condition of that paint reminds me of a car I saw over here on the East Coast within the last 10 years. It was a 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 pillared four-door sedan. Sometimes when I use to pass through this neighborhood ( Howard Beach ) in Queens I would see the thing on Cross Bay Boulevard . The car was also blue and looked almost the same as this particular car. I love the New York bumper sticker thanks!!
Aw this one's a beaut! You captured the decay so well, especially in #3.Nicely lit against the buildings, but maybe too shaded on the far side to get a shot.
My Dad had a '54 Bel Air stuffed with 6 kids (4 in back, me on Mom's lap, and my sister stuck in the middle of the front seat). This car had manual steering, manual brakes, 3 on a tree, and the old man never stalled the engine, no matter the situation. Like ridding in a car with a automatic transmission.
Absolutely beautiful patina, love the shot of the ancient NY bumper sticker and the "DELUXE" fender trim.
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