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NicksGarage
Posted 2020-04-13 5:44 PM (#596780 - in reply to #564514)
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wizard - 2018-06-04 3:25 AM

Just read up on the switch from left-hand to right-hand traffic in Sweden, the right-hand "general" Lars Skiöld used this Chrysler limosine as his functional service car.
I'm puzzled by this car - it seems to have the Windsor short front fenders, but it as the sill moldings, wheel well moldings and chevrons from a New Yorker.


Not sure why they have the mixed chassis but I like the fact that they reworked the doors to make the fin line look proper. The airport limos I've seen they just put a level fin section between the front door and the back. This one they reshaped the front doors and start the fin on the back door.





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imopar380
Posted 2020-04-13 8:17 PM (#596794 - in reply to #596780)
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This one is an airporter, and has the fin going right up into the front door as well but this is on the long wheelbase (Saratoga).
Just look at the size of those tires, on 15 inch wheels. They're huge.


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NicksGarage
Posted 2020-04-16 2:06 PM (#596934 - in reply to #596794)
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imopar380 - 2020-04-13 5:17 PM

This one is an airporter, and has the fin going right up into the front door as well but this is on the long wheelbase (Saratoga).
Just look at the size of those tires, on 15 inch wheels. They're huge.


You can see how the fin line levels off in the middle doors. Easier to do than that formal limo.
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Posted 2020-04-16 6:53 PM (#596956 - in reply to #81647)
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Posted 2020-04-17 10:24 AM (#596992 - in reply to #81647)
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1960fury
Posted 2020-04-26 6:38 AM (#597345 - in reply to #596992)
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I think this one is new (hard to say after 310 pages!). Love the look of the skirted 61 Chrysler 4d. hardtop!



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1960fury
Posted 2020-04-26 6:44 AM (#597346 - in reply to #597345)
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I believe this^ is a foto from Robert Hewitt (a childhood in the 50s) who passed away in 2019.

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Ray Bell
Posted 2020-05-02 6:17 PM (#597657 - in reply to #81647)
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Green Valley Raceway in June 1966...



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56D500boy
Posted 2020-05-07 1:48 PM (#597904 - in reply to #597657)
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And magazine covers?

https://www.motortrend.com/news/1957-chrysler-300c-feature-flashback...




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1960fury
Posted 2020-05-12 7:53 AM (#598131 - in reply to #597904)
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Is that an emblem on the front fender?



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Posted 2020-05-12 8:48 AM (#598132 - in reply to #81647)
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yep thats a 58 though... Custom Royal sedan.

Royal had the flat shield



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1960fury
Posted 2020-05-12 9:10 AM (#598133 - in reply to #81647)
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Ok, thanks, never noticed that before.
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Posted 2020-05-14 8:39 PM (#598289 - in reply to #596780)
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58 Chrysler in Simoniz wax ad

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56D500boy
Posted 2020-05-18 4:03 PM (#598446 - in reply to #598289)
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Space Trukin Wagon - 2020-05-14 5:39 PM
58 Chrysler in Simoniz wax ad


And the non-advert photo

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Doctor DeSoto
Posted 2020-05-19 1:03 AM (#598461 - in reply to #598446)
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Ray Bell
Posted 2020-05-19 1:26 AM (#598462 - in reply to #81647)
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That is a good one...

Where is it? It reminds me of a dealer I saw in Kentucky, they had a Viper right up high out the front:





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Posted 2020-05-19 4:56 AM (#598465 - in reply to #598462)
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Posted 2020-05-19 4:21 PM (#598491 - in reply to #598462)
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Ray Bell - 2020-05-19 1:26 AM

That is a good one...

Where is it? It reminds me of a dealer I saw in Kentucky, they had a Viper right up high out the front:


that's Audubon Chrysler Center,Henderson,Kentucky I was in there a couple of years ago.



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Posted 2020-05-19 4:31 PM (#598492 - in reply to #81647)
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Do you have a bigger version of that picture? Looks like a '58 Windsor.
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Posted 2020-05-19 4:37 PM (#598493 - in reply to #598492)
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It's a 57 Desoto Firesweep. It's less than four miles from where I am. If you'd like a different picture, I drive past it every day.
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Posted 2020-05-25 8:15 PM (#598795 - in reply to #598493)
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NM Desoto - 2020-05-19 4:37 PM

It's a 57 Desoto Firesweep. It's less than four miles from where I am. If you'd like a different picture, I drive past it every day.


Yes please if it's not too much trouble.
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57burb
Posted 2020-05-26 11:42 AM (#598803 - in reply to #598795)
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The eBay ad indicates this photo was taken in Texas, but the license plate isn't from Texas, and there are dozens of motels around the country named 'Shamrock Motel and Restaurant'.

So I have no information about this at all, but I thought the composition with the nearly-rolled '58 New Yorker coupe was interesting enough to share.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/REAL-PHOTO-SHAMROCK-TEXAS-1957-PLYMOUTH-CAR...

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Posted 2020-05-26 2:32 PM (#598809 - in reply to #598795)
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Here it is as of today, 5-26-20.



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Posted 2020-05-26 3:14 PM (#598810 - in reply to #598803)
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57burb - 2020-05-26 11:42 AM

The eBay ad indicates this photo was taken in Texas, but the license plate isn't from Texas, and there are dozens of motels around the country named 'Shamrock Motel and Restaurant'.

So I have no information about this at all, but I thought the composition with the nearly-rolled '58 New Yorker coupe was interesting enough to share.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/REAL-PHOTO-SHAMROCK-TEXAS-1957-PLYMOUTH-CAR...


That photo was taken on boulevard Laurier, looking east, in Quebec City, Canada, almost in front of the Veteran's hospital now known aas the Laval University Hospital.

Here's the same view now. Almost nothing is recognizeable, but I assure you, that's the exact same spot. If you really have a good eye, the main hospital building is still there and you can make out its shape, somewhat.


https://www.google.com/maps/@46.7685337,-71.2855899,3a,75y,65.08h,91...



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