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HarleyEarl

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I really want to say a '72 Imperial LeBaron by the steering wheel, wheels, and fender skirt, but the dash cluster and shifter tells me otherwise.

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Knightsfan should be able to answer this one. The wheels are Chevy, probably Monte Carlo, but I' too lazy to get out my books tonight.

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WSITD: 1972 Monte Carlo. Love the throtle style shifter.

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That's it, Sixty8 and all this time I thought it was a 'LaSalle'......I have always like those shifters....it has a real nice feel when holding it....squeeze to release....very natural feel to it.

The early Montes still look good after all these years...timeless style.

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Yeah, I knew this one. My mom's '72 Malibu had the same shifter. A guy she dated had a Burnt Orange '72 Monte Carlo with black top and black cloth bench interior. The first-gen is my favorite... followed by the '81-'87.

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Of course we all know there was a very special car that got that shifter first before any Monte of Malibu: :P

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A few from that era had them.....I wonder who was the first. I know that the '68 Ford Galaxie had it....the 70's AMX had it too...

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