Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Tui Brewery, American Car Day, 2019...(2).

'69 Plymouth Satellite with 318.
I've always liked this Mopar body.

1970 Chevy Camaro.
I prefer these steel wheels with trims over the more commonly fitted mags.

2012 Chevy Camaro convertible and...

...a similar product from Ford's stable, but this one only 2 months old.

'84 GMC Sierra pick-up.

1979 Cadillac Sedan De Ville.

'79 Oldsmobile Royale sedan...
....is a diesel.

'57 Ford Fairlane 2 door looks smart with whitewalls.

2015 Camaro in a splendid deep green.

These two Camaros are almost twins. Side stripes and different paint treatment on grilles , tells them apart.
LH is from 2010, RH 2012.

'63 Ford Fairlane were reasonably common in New Zealand, but not in 2 door form.
Nice to see these less usual imports.

C5 and C3 Corvettes.
The C3s from the late 60s to mid 70s era, are my favourites

The big, bold and heavy look of a 1955 Buick Century.

Another appealing Mopar hardtop.
1966 Dodge Coronet.

The Mustangs with this body style were never as popular as other models when new, but they have become more collectable as their rarity increases. This is a 1982, 302 cid.
Two typical American pick-ups.
A modified Chevy from '72 and a fairly much standard Dodge from '89.
Chevy Impala sedans from '63 and '64.

Everytime I see this De Soto coupe, I have to take a photo of it.
It just looks so right.

A couple of Chevy pick-ups.
An '82 car based El Camino and the larger '74 C10.

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