What We Saw – Cars

Finds of the week include the Plymouth VIP, a very rare find, given it’s run was only from 1966-69 as a high end version of the Fury, and though it doesn’t fit the usual criteria of being at least twenty-five years old, the Sterling on N Albina was worth including because of the scarcity of Sterlings in general.

1963 AMC Rambler Classic 660

1964 Mercedes Benz 190

1965 Lincoln Continental - With Suicide Doors

1966 Pontiac LeMans

1966 Volvo 122S Wagon

1968 Plymouth Fury VIP

1968 Volvo 122S Wagon

1976 Datsun F10 Hatchback

1981 Honda Civic Wagon 5-speed

1984 Pontiac Fiero

1985 BMW 635csi

1987 Sterling 825SL


3 responses to “What We Saw – Cars

  1. A Sterling? Is that what they were called in the US? It’s an interesting story how the dying car company that was British Leyland (itself a cobbling together of various older companies and badges/brands thaTT WERE A) gave birth to the Montego/Maestro.

  2. Bugger, I posted before I had finished. see the Montego/Sterling story at

  3. Glad to see that Volvos still rule….

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