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Viktor Savchenko

1 Year Ago

Do You Know The Name Of This Car?

Can you help me please with the name of this classic car?
I've got this photo from my last trip to La Quinta,California.
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Viktor, it looks like a late '60s Thunderbird.

Anyone else?

 

Pamela Patch

1 Year Ago


1968 Ford Thunderbird convertible :-)

 

Ginny Schmidt

1 Year Ago

pontiac lemans?

 

After a little Googling, I believe it's title is '1968 Ford Thunderbird 2-door Landau'. Looks like a hardtop, though -- not a convertible.

 

Deborah Smolinske

1 Year Ago

Can you enlarge the ornamentation at the rear of the roof? That might help narrow it down.

Also, you might want to clone out that huge street address on the building. If that's a private home, somebody might get upset seeing it for sale online.

 

David Lankton

1 Year Ago

68 Thunderbird

 

Viktor Savchenko

1 Year Ago

Is it possible 1968 Ford Mustang Base Convertible?
Checking internet on Ford Thunderbird...

 

Viktor Savchenko

1 Year Ago

Deborah,photo was taken on the street of Old Town Village of La Quinta. It is not private area but designed to people to come and enjoy the day.

 

Greg Thelen

1 Year Ago

It's a 67-68-69 Tbird, I recognize the swoop on the side of the top.
My guess is a 68 because the side body marker lights at the rear are longer than a 69.
The turn signal indicators on top of the fenders have me stumped.
I think that was an upgrade feature back then.

 

Rich Franco

1 Year Ago

Viktor,

It might even be a Mercury product, like the Montego. It looks like it might have been customized a bit too. Can you turn on the "green box"?

Rich

 

Viktor Savchenko

1 Year Ago

Hi,Rich,the green box is on.
I am heading forward to Wendy guess: 1968 Ford Thunderbird 2-door Landau
I also turned green box on other photo "La Quinta Old Town Village"
At the end of street one can see same car from back (use green box).
Thanks all for tips.

 

Ken Krug

1 Year Ago

Mercury Monterey comes to mind. A google search shows it looks like a Monterey. Late '60s, maybe 1968.

 
 

Ken Krug

1 Year Ago

The Thunderbird photo in Glenn's link looks like the car shown.
I bought a new Thunderbird in 1979. It was a nice car. I liked it. Unfortunately, it had a major transmission
problem shortly after the warranty expired. Maybe that explains why I was seeing Monterey.



 

Viktor Savchenko

1 Year Ago

Glenn,
thanks for link to image.I found it too but in very small size.

 

Rich Franco

1 Year Ago

Glen,

Look at the extra rear window, not in your google search. I think this might be a Mercury product.

Rich

 

Chuck De La Rosa

1 Year Ago

Rich, I don't believe the Montego ever had the squiggly bright work on the C pillar. I'm of the thought that this is indeed a 1968 Ford Thunderbird 2-door Landau.

 

Viktor Savchenko

1 Year Ago

Thanks to all for helpful responses.I'm closing tread.Mission Accomplished.

 

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