that car kills people
Man, I love the point to the front end (viewed from the side)! And the huge chrome bumpers. That things got some style!
That thang got a Hemi?
CuteOriginally Posted by giagastormer
It's actually a Wedge
no one saw that movie about this car ?
The big chrome bumper ends (called "Bumper Wings") were $800 a pop. They're hard to come by, apparently. I think they make the look.Originally Posted by paul8488
Who hasn't seen Christine??Originally Posted by Artie
does your car come alive ?Originally Posted by Buick61
For sure. As nice as the 300C is, it's partly relying on sheer size and bulk to get noticed. That Belvedere was 100% thought out... every detail, you can tell, is there on purpose. Not much of that anymore.
Why is it whenever you photograph your cars its foggy?
Foggy? It just rained when I took the sig photo. But the two big photos in this thread look foggy?Originally Posted by surferdude00711
Wasn't Christine a 57 Fury? This is a '58 Belvedere. . . and looks pretty much alive to me.Originally Posted by Artie
they look the sameOriginally Posted by SobeSVT
Good job on the pics Buick61. Both of those cars look really good. Wow, the tail fins on the old '58. They leave me speechless. I love tail fins on the old cars. I kinda wish there was some way to reiterate them but at the same time I hope no one ever designs another car with tail fins because they just wouldn't look the same.
2000 Chevy Monte Carlo SS. Black, 3800 Series II V6, 4 speed automatic - 150,500km.
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