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  1. #1
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    Name that car!

    Name that car!
    This is a rare site in the UK, however I am guessing my American friends might be able to name it

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    Re: Name that car!

    Oh man! Lol, you're really testing us!

    Ok, I know a number of cars pre-50's had split front windshields. I guess it was easier than trying to mold and mass produce curved glass. Off the top of my head I'm gonna say this is either a late-40's Dodge Coronet, which came as a 2-door coupe (which this pic looks like), or an early 50's DeSoto. Both had that front scoop if I recall, so that's my guess. If it ain't them, then I'm stumped
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  3. #3
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    Re: Name that car!

    1949 Dodge?
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  4. #4
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    Re: Name that car!

    You are both very close to the years the car was produced, so well done for that, but you have not got the model as yet.
    If nobody gets it soon, I will post a picture of the rear of the car tomorrow and see if that helps
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    Re: Name that car!

    Looking online, the closest I can come up with is a Packard, and that is only a guess because the images aren't great.
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  6. #6
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    Re: Name that car!

    Not much to go on, a LaSalle?

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    Re: Name that car!

    Chevy Fleetline?
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  8. #8
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    Re: Name that car!

    47 dodge sedan
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  9. #9
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    Re: Name that car!

    or Fred?
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  10. #10
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    Re: Name that car!

    Late 30's early 40's GM (chev) car.

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