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Sorry, can't help. It looks like a car of the 70's, but I really don't know.
It certainly is from my era, but I'm not even sure it's a Dodge...reminds me of several cars I have had in my lifetime...big boats but they were fun to drive.Nice shot, Ciel. Sorry I couldn't be of more help!
It is indeed a Dodge Coronet. «Louis» thinks it is a 1971. It is no earlier than 1970, it is possibly a 1972. Dodge is part of Chrysler, which was just bought by Fiat.
I was going to say late 60's early 70's myself; but I think la Vache may be correct.
We must cede to Louis' expertise. My wife and I both drive Japanese cars so what so we know? I can't imagine what it costs to fill the tank at French prices.
Omigod, it's huge! I'll leave the guessing to others :) Looks even bigger than what my parents had.
Not sure what it is but I'm certain that it will "drink" alot!!!
We can't help you on this one either, sorry.
All I know is that it is big, too big.
elle est tres belle et bien conservé, j'aime ces vieilles voitures americaines, elles font parties de notre reve americain
Too big, too thirsty, simply too much.
It has something of Starsky and Hutch to it, don't you think? What a great pic!
Funny that it is so well preserved. It was never a classic in any sense of the word. Must of had a good owner.
I am no expert but I would say late 60s, early 70s. Anyway it's a beauty!
It is a 1974 Dodge Coronet. In very good shape i might add.Nice Shot!
The 73 model had more of a sunken grille while the 75 model had a split grille and only two headlights instead of four. It is definitely a 74 model.
Starky et Hush la la la la la la lââ
I do not know:) But great shot!
This remeinds me of my childhood in the 1970's.
I'm glad that knowing nothing, I guessed the decade!
@ Louis and Eric: thanks!@ Bergson: tu me fais trop rire ! Figure-toi que j'y avais pensé comme titre... ;-)
I yield to Louis, who I know is in the know! What a great find in France. I love this!!!!V
As an American woman, I can tell you ... I have no idea! What an interesting find in France!
All these people who can tell the year and the model of the car could sound like the woman in the movie "My Cousin Vinny."
Nice one for the car buffs. Isn't it weird to see large American cars of the 60's and 70's in Europe? In Pula, Croatia in '68, there was a man who would bring his huge american car there for the summer. We would all gawk at it in amazement.
Several have commented on how big this Dodge is - believe it or not, this is the MID-SIZE model! They built a larger model that would look like an aircraft carrier beside this one! Their "small" car in those days was as big as the largest current Citroën or Pugeot models!
Ugh, 70s cars. Not very many of them turned out cool. Sad, really...
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