EYES ON THE STREET
Wow is right. Unbelievable find. I know exactly where this is, but haven't seen it. Those tail lights are amazing; the whole car is, really. Reminds me of a European Ford or GM, or some Australian car. Which is a good thing. Fantastic design. Love the split grill, huge rear bumper, concave front, fastback look...and the slightly-lowered stance on steelies. Perfect. Great color, too. Can you tell I like it?
I agree. When I first saw it I thought it was like a Ford Cortina or something. It's been parked there for a while now right down the street from Dick's so you should go check it out. Looking at a picture of it isn't quite as cool as seeing it in person. Damn, the things you can find on the rainy streets of Seattle!!!-Ryan
i had to do a triple-take to comprehend that it had four doors.bravo.
What a great looking car. The transitions are impeccable and the lowered stance really pulls it all together. I want one now.
Are you sure about the year? Seems to be from around 1973 from the shape of the bumpers and rear lights.Didn´t all imports to the US had to have gigantic bumpers by 1976?
It is a '73; I recently stumbled across this exact car posted online.
That is a beauty! As mentioned above, I looove the taillights and the integrated bumper. Nice design.
Made the correction. Thanks O!
Nice looking car. I prefer the station wagon, but a sedan is nice.
That's about the best thing I've ever seen. Epic, epic. Epic.
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