Looks like a late 40s Plymouth or Dodge
its either a 47-48 fleetmaster
I gonna have to agree with 55pickup on this one!
Airflow is out of the question.
this looks like a 40 plymouth, look at the speed lines on the back fenders, also the wiper's are located below the windsheild. I have the same one in my garage, just about the same shape too.
It looks like the lowrider bomba my buddy had back in the late 70s in Sanfrancico,I think its a 1940 plymouth...
Could be a Nash or Hudson
Its a 46 - 48 plymouth looks like mine only mine has paint :)
maybey its a 48 mercery road master with a fireball 8
Well.....it certainly was an old car of some type...lol.
I'm pretty sure it's a 1941 Plymouth or Dodge.i'm told that was the first year for that one piece curved rear glass. I had to look for that glass for one of my 41 Plymouths and several people mentioned it.
i think its a 1937-1949 chrysler airflow
or could be a 40 plymouth
You're in luck - It's a 1940 Deluxe Luxury Liner 4 door sedan. 84,946 of these cars were made. I remembered it from a book I own called Cars of the Fascinating 40's (by the auto editors of consumer guide.) It shows a picture of a brand new one on page 15.
I think i know what this is, I know where one is but a log skidder did it in. I believe its a 37 Lincon Zephre, My dad sold the Zephre emblems that were on the hood years ago. this car was his uncles and was left to rust. wish I had done something with it a long time ago.
It is a 1940 Plymouth P-10 4 door Deluxe. Note the suicide doors. I'm currently working on one myself.
It looks like a '39-'41 Plymouth to me, but it'd be nice to see a shot of the taillight area, or a better shot of the rear fenders. Maybe you could get some kid to clean up the leaves for five bucks. ;)
looks like a chrylser????
My father says it's too young to be a Chrysler Airflow, he says it a 39 Chrylser DeSoto or Plymouth...they all used the same body shells. Without an emblem, you can't tell.
It's a 39-41 Mopar of some kind. It's hard to tell without a front clip.
my guess is, this is a 1938 to 1940 maybe '41 Nash
I take it back, the rust lines in front of the door indicate hood and fender lines. Looks really similar to around a 40 Dodge though.
Chrysler or Desoto Airflow maybe? Not an Imperial though, it isn't long enough in the back.