Would you look here; we spotted an old school or “vintage” as the kids call it, Volvo PV544. This Volvo from the mid 1960’s seems stuck in time, retaining automotive styling I think resembles that of the 1940’s. This Volvo is clad in faded red and looks to be very much original. Enjoy
And check out some other Volvo’s we’ve spotted:
1973 Volvo 1800ES Wagon
1988 Volvo 740 Turbo Estate Wagon
Well if there couldn’t be a more “American” car ever made. Small station wagons are a long lost vehicle class that needs to make a come-back. Yes, we have hatchbacks and compact SUVs that are basically station wagons, but… they’re just not it. Take a looks at this Rambler American Wagon. Cheers
And check out some other Rambler we’ve spotted.
1962 Rambler Classic Sedan
Spotted a 1969 Pontiac GTO that is definitely in “project car phase”. Looks like the paint has gone through some sanding and ready for paint soon. A classic Pontiac GTO, even in its current form, is a delight to see. Keep on keeping on, yet-to-be-painted Pontiac GTO owner.
Some other Pontiac’s we’ve spotted:
1965 Pontiac Bonneville
1973 Pontiac Catalina Coupe
Look at this beauty. This Camaro SS was parked in a dimly lit underground parking garage and my cell phone could not capture it fully! The Camaro SS was Chevy’s answer to the Mustang GT and man did they nail it. Even today, the two American automakers duke it out for the title of Americas best “pony car”. Which would you choose from this era, a Chevy Camaro SS or a Mustang GT?
And check out other Camaros we’ve spotted
1987 Chevrolet Camaro Iroc-Z
1968 Chevrolet Camaro 327
1974 Chevrolet Camaro (2nd Gen)
1978 Chevy Camaro
Now this is quite the spectacle. It is not everyday you see a blown Chevy Nova SS with the FREAKIN BLOWER coming out of the hood. I mean…. come on. I ascertain that these superchargers are large because the boost technology was not as efficient as now-a-days. The real reason? I will never know for certain – mostly because I’m too lazy to look it up. Enjoy these pics.
We are on a roll with the cool Jeeps this week. Last weeks Postal Service DJ chassis Jeep hearkened back to a time when AMC was proudly developed Jeep models. This 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer was sadly the last generation of the Grand Wagoneer, after Chrysler bought Jeep and discontinued this model.
Spotted this handsome C6 Corvette ZR-1 in a Metallic Gray just the other day. Posted up somewhere in Culver City, I’m glad to see someone is driving this to the office.
On a side note, have you all heard all the buzz about cryptocurrency, blockchain and Bitcoin? I read an article the other day about how stock prices of seemingly small unheard-of companies are skyrocketing at the mention of implementing “blockchain technology”.
I got to thinking, if I say blockchain and bitcoin enough, will my views skyrocket? If i change my blog name to “blockchain car spotting”, will I see 2,500% viewership gains? Let’s find out: blockchain blockchain blockchain blockchain.
All kidding aside, look at this ZR-1.
Happy first 2018 post! Let’s start it off with a bang – and wow this thing is cool.
The 1990 (I think) Toyota Town Ace. Not just any Town Ace, this is the “Royal Lounge”. Please somebody tell me there is a better named trim level out there. “Royal Lounge” exudes excellence and luxury… I mean just look at this van! And it’s 4WD!! And it’s a diesel!!! This van is all combinations of right.
I am fairly confident this is an imported model which makes it even cooler. Although I spotted this in Los Angeles, it is rocking Oregon plates. People will often register imports in other states because it is so difficult to register a imported vehicle in California. Enjoy!