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You're right Matt, a Frank Furter does not taste the same as a Brownie. ha ha. Pat.
They do NOT taste anything alike.
Oh, wow, Frank looks just like "Brownie". ha ha. Pat.
This car is Bill. He was previously the auto known as Frank.
Beautiful car, thanks Miriam. Sorry, I can't help it.Brown and white 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Fuel Injected Convertible?Oh yeah, the car that sold less than Ford that year. The one year that customers preferred Ford to Chevrolet.and yes, the GM revamped answer to '56 Plymouth. It sure did look a lot like last years old Plymouth.Pat.
The front emblem is my clue.. VOLKSWAGEN
My first car - almost. Mine was a 57 Pontiac 2 dr with a 340+ cubic inch motor, and 4 speed Hydra-Matic transmission, that made gobs of power. I didn't race it, but pretty sure it was faster than most 57 Chevys.
don't ask anyone under 30!
Everybody knows it's a '56 Plymouth customized by GM ;)