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1961savoy
Posted 2018-04-09 8:22 PM (#561329)
Subject: remains of a '61 Dodge limo


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not my pics, just sharing a facebook find from abandoned and neglected.

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hemidenis
Posted 2018-04-09 11:07 PM (#561341 - in reply to #561329)
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ac car..
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FINS!
Posted 2018-04-09 11:48 PM (#561342 - in reply to #561329)
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WOW! I never knew these were even made!

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mikes2nd
Posted 2018-04-10 1:12 AM (#561344 - in reply to #561329)
Subject: Re: remains of a '61 Dodge limo


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car looks like is been put through a meat grinder, I don't think on panel is unbashed.

It looks like 2 door ht doors used in the rear.
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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-04-10 8:59 AM (#561349 - in reply to #561329)
Subject: Re: remains of a '61 Dodge limo



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Hillbilly storage unit now. Looks like it was a 2 door sedan that was stretched to me.
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Lancer Mike
Posted 2018-04-10 12:36 PM (#561354 - in reply to #561349)
Subject: Re: remains of a '61 Dodge limo



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If all was right with the car, it would make a pretty handsome limousine!

In that first image, the trunk looks impossibly long!



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1960fury
Posted 2018-04-10 12:40 PM (#561355 - in reply to #561349)
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jboymechanic - 2018-04-10 8:59 AM

Looks like it was a 2 door sedan that was stretched to me.


no such thing, 2 d sedan dart only.
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57burb
Posted 2018-04-10 12:51 PM (#561356 - in reply to #561355)
Subject: Re: remains of a '61 Dodge limo



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Very interesting car. The way it was stretched reminds me of the Plymouth-bodied Coronados (sold variously as Desotos, Dodges, and Chryslers). Though this one is definitely all-Dodge, and the rear quarter window is not full sized as on the Coronados.

https://www.allpar.com/model/coronado.html



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BigBlockMopar
Posted 2018-04-10 2:34 PM (#561364 - in reply to #561329)
Subject: Re: remains of a '61 Dodge limo



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We had a company here in the Netherlands that stretched cars like that too.
I have owned a '64 Chrysler Newport which was 'limofied' similarly. It was stretched 60cm, about 2 ft.
I've also seen a mid '60s Chevy Impala in my town years back which had received the same threatment overhere.

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drosera88
Posted 2018-04-10 2:35 PM (#561365 - in reply to #561329)
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Was this a Desoto Diplomat? I noticed the paint on the driver's side door looks a lot like the Diplomat paint for that year, though it seems like it might be too low on the body. 

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polara61
Posted 2018-04-10 2:55 PM (#561367 - in reply to #561365)
Subject: Re: remains of a '61 Dodge limo



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jboymechanic
Posted 2018-04-10 11:17 PM (#561385 - in reply to #561355)
Subject: Re: remains of a '61 Dodge limo



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1960fury - 2018-04-10 11:40 AM

jboymechanic - 2018-04-10 8:59 AM

Looks like it was a 2 door sedan that was stretched to me.


no such thing, 2 d sedan dart only.


Ah, ok. The reason I said 2 door sedan is the roof line in the rear looks just like my 1960 Plymouth 2 door sedan, but not the long sloping roof of a coupe. Now that I look again, the front doors do seem short like a 4 door.

Edited by jboymechanic 2018-04-10 11:19 PM
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