Friday, May 23

1972 Pontiac Ventura





Brooklyn, NY
Photo: Jack Murray



7 comments:

  1. Looks like a Pontiac Ventura to me.

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  2. Dose to me too. Like the one in "The Seven Up's" movie.

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