WHere else would you see 10 percent of all 70 verts built in one location?A completely ridiculous number of Polara verts there today!
What you mean is that you want more photos of this unique collection, right? See below.A completely ridiculous number of Polara verts there today!
Y'all put on a strong showing for sure. Luckily for me the other fusey fury came prepared to crush all the mini trucks!What you mean is that you want more photos of this unique collection, right? See below.
842 made for the 1970 model year, about 50 known to be on the road -- so, as @cbarge pointed out, 5 = 10% of the survivors at the show organized by @sixpkrt . There were going to be six, but the plan I had to bring Regina FQ3 did not pan out and so she did not make it this year. Still, five cars is a great showing, and AFAIK the largest collection in one place for almost two decades (@71Polara383 can correct me, if I am missing a recent gathering).
Even more remarkable, is the fact that 3 of 19 produced 383-4 Polara convertibles were at Volo: @Stanj 's DR8, @St.John 's FK5 , and @ayilar 's EW1 (Snow White). Those are the three known N-code Polara ragtops left in the States: the other two survivors are in Finland (EB3) and in New Zealand (FF4 now red).
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The owner was a very nice guy, too. I did not catch his name, but I talked with him some and he drove all the way from IN to come to the show. @sixpkrt -- can you pls tag him if he's a member, or invite him to FCBO if not?That thing was a beast. We needed the Polara gaser from the randal oaks show to go with it!