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#337 of 460 Re: Another Car [texases]
Oct 26, 2012 (6:22 am)
Thanks texases - that's it. I found a 4 door version of it online and it looks just like it. It is a 1938 Ford Deluxe
#338 of 460 Re: Another Car [Mr_Shiftright]
Oct 26, 2012 (6:41 am)
"The hubcaps and headlights are very distinctly Ford. "
I didn't realize the hubcaps were also a clue, I just went off the headlights. Now I know.
#339 of 460 Re: Another Car [texases]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Oct 26, 2012 (6:43 am)
You can just make out the "V 8" symbol on the caps.
#342 of 460 Re: What kind or car is this? [casiobeepbeep]
Jan 21, 2013 (2:00 pm)
It's a Buick LeSabre, either a '69 or '70. I'm leaning toward '69, but could be wrong.
Good, sturdy cars for the most part. I'd imagine most examples had a Buick 350 V-8, but in '69 they offered a 400 or 430 as well, and for '69 a 455. All good engines, and the automatic transmission they used was a good, solid unit. Body and trim parts might be a bit hard to get ahold of though, so if you seek out one, get the nicest example that you can.
#344 of 460 Re: Vintage Car c1926 [seatea1967]
Feb 12, 2013 (9:08 am)
The disc wheel style tells me that's a mid-20s Packard Roadster, here's a similar car which is a 1927 Packard 426, a very spiffy car for the era>
#345 of 460 Re: Vintage Car c1926 [seatea1967]
Feb 12, 2013 (9:54 am)
I suspect this is a ~1925 Studebaker
#346 of 460 Re: Vintage Car c1926 [seatea1967]
Feb 12, 2013 (12:21 pm)
More like the Studebaker, definitely not a Packard (note the radiator and hood on the Packard), but the radiator shell on the Studebakers I've found is more rounded on top. But '26-'28 is a good guess for age.