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1957 Dodge Sweptside D-100, with fiberglass tailfins based on Dodge Lancer. It was Mopar's glamor truck answer to the '55-'59 Chevy Cameo pickup and its twin, the GMC Suburban #DavesCarIDService
90% sure it's a circa-1960 MG A, on the way or just back from the paint booth
for reference, here's a 1960 MG A with steel (Rudge?) wheels. Happy to be corrected on this ID though
A 1979-ish Archer, based on Mercury Cougar frame. Like Clenet, Zimmer, Diamante, et al., an example of the fiberglass neoclassic pimpmobile craze for disco-era grandpas to look flashy around Del Boca Vista
1951 Ford Victoria coupe. Fun fact: there is a thriving Japanese subculture crazy for vintage style US customs; hot rods, lead sleds, show customs, lowriders, etc. A few of my pals go to the big Mooneyes Yokohama show every year
1940 Chevy. We're Jack & Enga, and we rob banks
This had a surprisingly high degree of ID difficulty: 1937 Plymouth coupe, chopped 1"-2", but Zoidbergian grill and fenders are from a '37 Plymouth pickup
If you need my help to ID this car, you need to relinquish your passport and be exiled from the United States of America
Another fun fact: there is a big vintage US classic / hot rod / custom scene in Sweden and Norway. Them Scandihoovians are amazingly skilled at metalwork and fab, too
1966 Buick Riviera. I used to own one, but not with a 4-5" chop like this. Personally I think chopping any car 1955 or newer is a mistake
My old 1966 Riviera (L), sold to my buddy Anthony Williams who rebuilt it as a show-winning lowrider custom (R)
I believe it's a 1930 Chevy Universal 4-door sedan, and if you put a hillbilly beard on that guy he's exactly what I look like at this very moment
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