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Carspotters' Challenge #33--Pennsylvania Vertigo

San Francisco is justly famous for its steeply-sloped city streets, but it's not the only city that torture-tests your parking brake. This is Pittsburgh in the mid-1960s.

What do you see?

--Cookie the Dog's Owner

(Image obtained from the Studebaker Drivers Club Forum.)


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I'm going with 1966 on the gold Cadillac 4-door third car from the right as the newest car in the photo.

57 Studebaker wagon in front of the 64-65 Buick in the forground.

There's a couple of Mopar pieces in front of that Buick which are quite interesting

Dodge Dart?

'66 T-bird, and a lovely PCC car of indeterminate though probably 1940's vintage.

The cream-colored car fifth from the rear is a 1957 Oldsmobile.

The green and white tritone sixth from the rear is a 1958 Dodge Custom Royal...I think. The taillights and fins are right, but the side molding is odd. It should sweep above the front wheel arches, but this one cuts straight across, intersecting the arch. Wonder what's up with that?

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