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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.
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.
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.