|Looks like a '47 or '48 Frazer Manhattan to me.|
|Rather than a Mark series Continental, I think the Remington has more in common with a Continental Town Coupe, specifically the 1978 model.|
|Looks more like a Mk. IV to me, specifically a 1975 or 1976 model. |
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|1977 models had a different taillight design. This one has the taillights from 1978 onward. I'd say this is a 1979 model judging by the grille design.|
|Horch 853 Sport Cabriolet|
|I'd say Lincoln Versailles.|
|Ford Zephyr Mark II.|
|1949 Buick Super.|
|Late 1970s Chrysler LeBaron.|
|1956 Packard Predictor|
|Looks like they used this image.|
| Silnev wrote |
To add onto this, it appears to be the Boattail Speedster variant from 1931
Ah, I was unaware of the boattail variant. It certainly has the correct proportions. Looks like the closest match to me.
|Looks like a Duesenberg SJ roadster with different fenders and other slight alterations. |
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|To me, the front end makes it look more like a pre-downsize model from the mid '70s rather than the downsized models of the late '70s and beyond. The turn signal/cornering lamp unit is identical to that of a '74 Cadillac specifically.|
|1953 by the looks of it, though it's tough to say which model. It has the fixed hardtop roof of the Series 62, but it also has the wraparound windshield and downward-sloping beltline of the Eldorado. However, first generation Eldorados were only offered as convertibles, so this car kind of an anomaly. |
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|1993 - 1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Hearse.|
|I think it looks like a pre-downsize 1975 or 1976 Cadillac Coupe DeVille with the rear of a 1967 or 1968 Cadillac.|
|Citroën SM Opera?|
|Surely the fact that it's a four-door would make it a Travelall rather than a Scout?|
|1960 DiDia 150|
|This is a Fleetwood Brougham, not a Sedan DeVille. You can tell because of the B-pillars and the space between the front and rear doors (visible on the 1971 and 1972 models). This car has the fixed B-pillars of the Fleetwood and the space between the doors that indicates the Fleetwood's extended wheelbase. The Sedan DeVille of the same generation was a pillarless hardtop and had a slightly shorter wheelbase.|
|Definitely a 1980s Cadillac Fleetwood limousine. From a quick search online, the Grand Flagship by Moloney Coachbuilders seems to be a close match. The rear-end looks to be taken from a 1975 or 1976 Oldsmobile Ninety-Eight.|
|I was thinking 1974 Chevrolet.|
|I'd say it's closer to the LeSabre (specifically the 1970 model), judging by the shape of its roofline, its rear bumper/taillight styling, and its lack of fender skirts.|
|That's no Mark. It looks to be a 1975 or 1976 Lincoln Continental, just not a Mark series. Hard to tell how many doors it has from this angle so I'm not sure if it's a sedan/Town Car or a Town Coupe, but it's definitely a mid '70s Continental.|
|This car shares its model with this one. I'd say it should also be listed as an Oldsmobile Delta 88.|
|Also looks a fair bit like a 1976 model judging by the holes in the bumper, the vertical grille bars, and what appears to be the Oldsmobile script within the grille.|
|1977 - 1979 Chrysler LeBaron coupe.|
|1970s Pontiac Catalina. Front end of a 1974 model (albeit with the grille of a Bonneville, and a slightly modified bumper that incorporates the turn signals). Rear end of a 1973 model.|
|Pre-facelift Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon [S211]|
|That's no Caprice, but rather a Malibu sedan. Specifically a 1980 model, judging by the grille and taillight design.|
|Looks a lot more like a 1975 or 1976 Continental to me. It's got the bold side trim, the chunkier formal roofline with the more square-shaped rear door windows, and a grille design that matches to a T (all of which were introduced for the 1975 model year, I believe).|
The only 1975+ feature it's missing would be the oval-shaped opera windows which, apparently, not all of them had. I guess they were just an option.
|I don't think that's a Town Car. It looks more like a 1977 Continental sedan stretched into a limousine.|
| RussianRacer9 wrote |
Maybe a Continental Town Coupé ?
I see where you're coming from, but I think it looks a lot more like a Continental Mark V, just like the Virgo from GTA.
|Could possibly be a Versailles.|
| pongmai510 wrote |
This Car is 1953 Buick Roadmaster or 1956 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible?
Close guess, it appears to be a 1953 Buick Skylark.
|Avions Voisin C25 Aérodyne|
|SS Jaguar 100|
|It has the Town Car's exposed headlights but it's a two door coupe and appears to have oval-shaped opera windows, which makes it look more like a Lincoln Continental Mark VI to me.|
|Possibly a stretched out Hongqi CA770 limousine?|
|Highly unlikely candidate for an American police car, but it does look a bit like a mid 1970s Holden Premier [HJ] to me. |
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|Yeah, this is 100% a 1971 Chevrolet, most likely an Impala. Seems to be a pillarless hardtop as well, judging by the thin B-pillars.|
|Definitely a 1980 - 1984 Coupe DeVille.|
|Looks more like a 1971 Eldorado than a DeVille, especially considering the shape of the taillight housings, the little chrome strips behind the doors and the fact that it's a convertible.|
|These two images are not depicting the same Cadillac model. The red one in the top picture appears to be a mid 1970s Fleetwood Brougham, whereas the blue one beneath it is clearly a 1980s model.|
| 64-46 BMW wrote |
It does funnily seem like a Chrysler PT Cruiser, just longer and fancier i guess?
Yeah, this car does bear a slight resemblance to the PT Cruiser. Funny you should mention it since that Velántur car I suggested earlier was apparently designed by another Spanish car company called Hurtan. Hurtan builds a neoclassic luxury car called the Author, which is based on the PT Cruiser.
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|Looks a little bit like that retro-styled electric car made by a Spanish company called Velántur.|
|Kinda reminds me of a Nissan Figaro, albeit heavily modified. |
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