Not exactly sure if it counts but I've spotted my own car. These photo's are from a few years ago before it was partially restored. Apparently it's a Flame Red special edition which I didn't know. It's got a union jack on the roof, steel wheels, a racing number and different seats as well. Quite interesting seeing what it used to be like.
Hopefully I'll be able to track down the owners at the time and see if they have anymore photos or info on the car.
Yeah. The owners after the ones in the photo's had the car resprayed and had some work done on it so it looks a bit different now. I assume its them who put the Minilites on. Based on the fact it's a Flame Red special edition it would have originally looked like this:
I spotted this 1973 Volvo 142 in a residential area south of Stockholm. I haven't thought about it before, but the 1973 140's are the ugliest Volvos before the 480. The front with those huge headlights, turn signals and narrow bumper remind me of a Stutz somehow.
Today when I was walking on the street in center of Warsaw, I saw this beauty.
1965 Pontiac Ventura on Cragar Smoothies and Hercules tires.
American cars are big, but when you parked them next to european sized cars they look huge. Range Rover visible in the pic and Honda CR-V parked nearby were puny compared to this one. Pontiac was both wider and longer than any of them. I can't took the whole picture of the side, because sidewalk was too narrow for my phone camera
Americans were making such a beauties during '50, '60 and '70, but now they're driving Deawoos. Shame on you people.
sweet car man, I was recently in DC and couldn't believe the size of some American vehicles, perhaps the best was a massive pick up truck with THREE doors on each side with six mulleted occupants inside going along the highway back to the airport in Virginia! (sadly I didn't get a pic)