Discussion in 'Photos' started by m73, May 25, 2018.
Seems like a rare color combo -- Hilfiger Ad (not sure if discussed before)
1973 US car with Scheel seats and a white headliner, I’d say no. They used the background from the right side of the car to remove objects from the background on the left side of the car. In the process they gave the car two filler doors.
Mark, I’m always amazed that you catch these tiny details. And no sunroof!
No Scheel. Looks like Recaro.
Nice, has a Golde pop up wind deflector, wonder if it's an original or one of Stan's reproductions.
Do I spy both kinds of rear license plate lights on this? Also wondering about the red on the end of the door wood in the second shot. Next on Maury: "When Photoshoppers go wild..."
I think the red is just a reflection of her jacket.
Pretty good use of an e9. The values just went up a tick.
Interesting! You don’t see banana headrests on Recaros. They headrests are almost always universally the same shape, either solid or hollow.
Also, he car looks Inka in the first pic and Colorado in the second.
Hardy & Beck wheels...
I think that those may be the filler caps
on the bumper. At least they didn’t remove the door lock mechanism on this shoot.
the second picture looks more like colorado than inka. with the H+B wheels my guess this is one of Execmalibu's coupes. i know he has a colorado coupe as i have ridden in it and he has a set of H+B wheels. i'm trying to remember if it had a tan recaro interior though. the coupe color looks different from one picture to another as well as the headrests.
Yes, defiantly Colorado with H&Bs... great car
There's also part of a car visible in the left front windshield area
yep - execmalibu. there are 2 colorado coupes on that website - one has front side markers, the other doesn't the mirror is located in a different place and this one looks to have scheels
here is the one with recaros and H+B
and another with the mirror in the normal place and no side markers and bbs
Was it a spec that had mirrors in various locations?
Euro cars seem to have mirrors more forward than US cars. My brother's US were farther back than my Euro.
Curious what countries had them where...
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