If you dislike both the Excalibur and the Fairmont, you're sure to hate this one, the Clenet. I used to work next door to the Clenet factory. There was a big pile of Fairmont bodies moldering on one side of the building.
They, like the Mustang, were reworkings of the Falcon. I think that Clenet's are like sausage. If you like them, it's best not to ask where they came from.
A VERY bad year in the automotive world....very bad!!
Those voices in your head aren't real, but they have some great ideas
Speak of the devil.... A guy on the Benz forums just picked this up. No doubt better looking than the sedan and convertible, but that front end! Blech.
Not my first car, but the first one I bought brand new. 1972 Gremlin X. First year it was available with the 304 CID. Three on the floor with a shifter that would jam any time you tried to throw a shift from first to second.
The Hurst shifter was the best upgrade I gave that car, and I gave it a few.
Gearhubs demystified and other cool stuff.
Rule #12: The correct number of bikes to own is n+1
Wouldn't doubt it. IIRC before they got into cars studebaker made wagons.
Raymond Loewy in Palm Springs, made by Studebaker. The later versions with square headlights not so much and that 2005 Convertible is just hideous.
and from the 80's, who could ever forget these babe magnets?
1967 Pontiac Catalina
Look very similar...
"The Veiled Male"
Biria EZ board 3-spd