I have had several of those, but I have never seen yellow with turquoise. I always warn people to look twice at cars from Phoenix. many people bring cars there from other states as then their reputation for being from a rust free climate is Implied. then license them, and sell them as Arizona cars. I lived there twice, and have been going back and forth bringing cars back east since 1974.
Ugh. Curious yellow with a turquoise interior? And they had to make the wheels match? How can I unsee it????
Colour combo doesn't bother me. It would be worth researching if it came from the factory that way. My favourite year for 50's Dodges before they got carried away with fins.
now white and black would offset that yellow nicely. But that turquoise looks original. So, how would it have gotten to be yellow? The door jams are yellow. so it is possible.
my 56' Plymouth has turquoise Interior and is a really light baby blue. close to B3 in a 68-69 model. The car is totally original, But it doesn't seem to clash.
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