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I couldn't in this town, it wouldn't have a bumper the first time I tried getting out my driveway if it didn't get stuck. Unless you have a SUV you have to hit the driveway at an angle or you're screwed.
Low RIIIDER...Down home, it's called a "Pawwwniac" or some such. But yeah, that looks like the Chief on the hood, pointing the way 0'0'. Wonder if he lights up at night?
My dad had a '40 Pontiac(in the late '40's) and I don't remember being that wide....Panorama lens?
But, it isn't orange...
Maybe in first gear, at 5MPH.Six blocks at speed, and you'll be creasing fenders and picking up chrome every block.Be lucky to have half the car body left intact on the frame by the time you got to the parking lot at work.Jack it back up a foot, and we can talk.
I’m going with a mid 40s Cadillac Lesalle or a series 61 coupe.
Air suspension; it doesn't drive at that height.I think '46 Poncho.
I'm wrong, I don't think it's a Pancho. Hood and emblem are not right.
It's a 46 chevy
I think it is a 46-48 GM, but not Pontiac. Guessing Cadillac.
46-48 Oldsmobile.More than you ever wanted to know about them:https://www.hemmings.com/stories/article/1946-48-oldsmobiles
Not until they put the suspension back in.
1948 Chevrolet Fleetline
46 chevy fleetline. 48 has a diff hood emblem.
Son-o-ma-gun. Sure is. I wonder how much sheet metal was shared between the Chebby and the Olds.