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>>"It's a look that I associate with the now misused term coupe."<<

And well you should- this has one thing in common with a 2008 Corvette- both correctly identified as coupes.

After enough bombardment of 'fast-n-loose' marketing RE "coupe", I am more & more pushed to embrace the strict physical definition instead.

An aquaintance is picking up a '41 Plymouth 2-dr... not sure yet if it's a coupe or 2-dr sedan. I'm supposed to sell off some spare parts- this car is a driver tho. '41 Plymouth 2-drs are among my favorite period MoPars. Here's a 'shelled' one a buddy owned a few years back; I was falling in love as is, love the truncated fenders and this one had mad patina. Ain't the proportions F'in perfect?? :

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>>"It's a look that I associate with the now misused term coupe."<<

And well you should- this has one thing in common with a 2008 Corvette- both correctly identified as coupes.

After enough bombardment of 'fast-n-loose' marketing RE "coupe", I am more & more pushed to embrace the strict physical definition instead.

An aquaintance is picking up a '41 Plymouth 2-dr... not sure yet if it's a coupe or 2-dr sedan. I'm supposed to sell off some spare parts- this car is a driver tho. '41 Plymouth 2-drs are among my favorite period MoPars. Here's a 'shelled' one a buddy owned a few years back; I was falling in love as is, love the truncated fenders and this one had mad patina. Ain't the proportions F'in perfect?? :

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Perfection. Love that Plymouth.

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Gorgeous, but I vote for the Grand Prix, too. :wub:

[ You can keep the girl, though.]

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Well not until you pointed it out. :AH-HA_wink:

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I wonder how she got them through the sunroof...or did she have them put on after she was already standing on the seat? :unsure:

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You guys are getting me sidetracked with Linda's bosom and it's really not like me to cleave to it.

When you look at that photo, doesn't it sort of look like she's Helen of Troy or some Greek queen/goddess in a chariot?

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