And other things that I like!
Gosh that's a car for cruising in Pat, can you just see us :)
She is a beauty!
lovely.In Europe we didn't have those huge cars
A majestic beauty, no doubt.
I like those fins as well as the fender skirts. What a beauty.
Fender skirts: I didn't know the word for those things! Great car, nice color!
I just learned something new - fender skirts. ;)
Ah... the Bel-Air with fender skirts and white walls. Certainly a classic family car here in the 60's.
Let's go agitate the gravel, burn some rubber, and go for a jaunt to the soda fountain.....
Oh yum! I owned a 1957 Ford Fairlane 500, 4-dr hardtop, salmon & white. It was a lemon, but looked great.I owned a 1950 Plymouth coupe, dark green. Wood grain interior. I was a super car.I owned a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air, blue and white. Another great car. I owned a 1955 Plymouth station wagon. That was OK. There may have been more; my memory ain't so good anymore. I figure now if I had the money I blew on cars, I could have retired to Beverly Hills (Caifornia)!My 1937 Chevy had fender skirts, and I had it lowered like this one, and it was stripped of decoration and smooth all over. Very cool.
I can't ever remember seeing "fender skirts" like that.
I have shot a few hundred classic rides this weekend. They don't make them like this no more.
Now, that's a car!
Beautiful car and gorgeous color.
Wow! Almost matches yesterday's bike!
yes! fins and fender skirts!
What a beauty! I would love to drive this!
What a wonderful find! I would have pulled over too.
Wow, that's some beast, must be very rare now...
YES!!!!! What a capture!!!SO HAPPY to BE BACK!ALOHA ComfortSpiral =^..^=
A gas-guzzler from times past. I do love that "seafoam green!"Bises,Genie
We sure loved those things when I was a young tike. What were we thinking?Go back and look again at Boston City Hall. It is in three horizontal levels that reflect what happens inside. The lower level is open and welcoming, leading residents inside for their interactions with the City, like getting building permits, paying tax bills, etc. The middle levels are complex, where the mayor has his offices and where the City Council has offices and chamber. And, the top level is uniform and disciplined, where the residents don't visit but bureaucrats process paperwork and handle the repetitive but necessary functions of government.
Wow, that's a head-turner!
Quite a car, too!
Beautiful, the owner was surely very proud of it !
Those fins are beautiful and reminds me of many youthful cars and memories.
Yes, truly a rare and beautiful automobile! A most classy design!
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