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circa 1960 rear engine Renault Caravelle. Kind of a rare find you have there. #DavesCarIDService
All 4 cars are Ford Model As; pic 1, 1930-31 Fordor and 1930-31 Sport Coupe, pics 2 and 3 are both 1928-29 Tudors
1939 Plymouth pickup, with the ultra-deco Mayflower crossing the Atlantic hood ornament
Foreground 1935 or 36 Ford Humpback sedan, background 35 or 36 Ford 2 dr Slantback sedan
I hope most of you don't find this car ID thing annoying, it's kind of my morning crossword puzzle
I believe it is a Toyota MR2 attempting to masquerade as a Ferrari, thereby insulting both Ferrari and Toyota
I stand corrected, seemed too ugly to be an actual Ferrari
1955 Pontiac Star Chief, last of the Indian head hood ornaments. Pontiacs had Indian chief hood ornaments from 1931-55 and are gorgeous pieces of moderne/ deco design. The chrome strips, btw, are nicknamed "suspenders," and were gone after 1956
hmm. Bumper is '53 Pontiac, but driver's side front is '53 or '54 Chevy. My guess is it's one of those but repaired with parts from the other.
1949-51 Mercury woody wagon with tri-bar Olds Fiesta hubcaps
A-ha! I believe my pal Mr Cooper is correct, appears to be a Canadian model 1953 Pontiac Pathfinder
1950 Ford on left, 1951 Chevy on right, and that's a great pic
modified 1925 Ford Model T roadster, with Model A wheels & taillights, and a Ford 9 inch quickchange differential. This style of car is called a "Track T," meant to look like the cars that raced at Gilmore speedway in the '30s and '40s

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