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  • kurtruk
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    Originally posted by Dan White View Post
    Well here is still another one.

    http://chattanooga.craigslist.org/cto/3469169191.html

    No interior pics, but does not look bad on the outside. The color combo is a bit odd, at least for my taste.
    I like it. Seems like there were a lot of 55-56 Plymouths in this combo. Thought there was a popular '56 ad in this color, but didn't find one right away.
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  • 57pack
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    Sorry to say, no room in the garage!

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  • Dan White
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    Seems like the copper/cream and red/white were the most popular colors. I would be curious to know how many turq/black ones rolled off the line, yuck.

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  • Roscomacaw
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    There was a copper and cream Broadmoor near here when we first moved here in '90. It went to Nevada a few years later. T'was a nice, solid non-running example. I've often wondered what happened to it. Was a Stude father-son duo that owned it.

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  • StudeRich
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    Nice looking car, but... Ugh! That BLACK is terrible looking on the nice Turquoise Green. Oh well I guess that is what Paint is for, it cries out for a darker Green to blend with the Turquoise!

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  • qsanford
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    Could be. Although, this one seems to have a little less "Patina".

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  • StudeDave57
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    Originally posted by qsanford View Post
    There was one for sale at Motion Old Cars in South Dakota with the same color combo. They had it listed for a long time but is no longer on their site.
    Weird~ as soon as I saw the pictures I thought of that very same car!!!
    What are the odds that it's the same one?

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  • Neil
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    My first car I bought when I was 17 was 57 four door President in that same color combo. Cost me 85 dollars.

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  • qsanford
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    There was one for sale at Motion Old Cars in South Dakota with the same color combo. They had it listed for a long time but is no longer on their site.

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  • 58PackardWagon
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    Unless it has had body work and a repaint, it looks pretty good.

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  • SN-60
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    I had a '56 Parkview wagon painted that combo......don't know if it was a true 'carry over' combo between '56 and '57, but definitely very close!

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  • rockinhawk
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    I think Perry James from Milledgeville was looking at this one. He asked my opinion on it,but I think he decided to let it slide and bought a Silver Hawk instead.

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  • Dan White
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    Another '57 Broadmoor surfaces

    Well here is still another one.

    http://chattanooga.craigslist.org/cto/3469169191.html

    No interior pics, but does not look bad on the outside. The color combo is a bit odd, at least for my taste.
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