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Old 12-27-2018, 06:20 AM
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I have found more pictures from the same roll of photos and it's 1974
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Need to quit looking at things on this tabloid. But I did know it was the only year for that spear.
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'74 was the only year where the body side molding extended through the cornering lamp like that. '74 Cads are like the '93 Fleetwoods in that they are something of a morphodite.
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I'll let other guess on the New Yorker but the caddy is a MM
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Old 12-31-2018, 11:50 AM
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'64 C/B Olds 98, likely a combo. M-M looks like a '63.
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I would say that it the Oldsmobile is a Superior, since it doesn't have the traditional C/B logo on the lower rear half of the front fender.
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'64 C/B Olds 98, likely a combo. M-M looks like a '63.
...and, from previously seen images, probably a Seville.

The M-M is a '63 (from the nearby Conkle F.H.).
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I would say that it the Oldsmobile is a Superior, since it doesn't have the traditional C/B logo on the lower rear half of the front fender.
Have to disagree with you, Paul. By 1964, C/B had changed to the square badge, and had moved it to the rear quarter panel.
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One more example, this time a '66. Looks like the C/B emblem moved from the front fender to the rear quarter in '64.

I'm still looking for the New Yorker in the photo. Maybe the guy in the plaid shorts?
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