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oh boy--I know it's a Caddy, but it looks to me like there has been some "alterations". The center front on the hood of the card doesn't line up with the memory I have of these vehicles. It's been tampered with a bit to make it a little squarer on the top ridge of the front hood.
'68 but I think with modifications. Agreed that hood wasn't original. How about it came from a '69, '70 or '71? Car does have cornering lights, but that light assembly is too big just for the cornering light.
It is definitely a 67-68 Caddy. In profile they are almost indistinguishable, the key difference being a slight modification to the front of the hood and fairly major change to the grille , neither of which are visible in profile. The "ship's-prow" canting of the headlights is the key here -- it only appeared those two years. I have one of similar vintage ('66). They get attention, and driving one with the top down gives one the distinct sense of cruising in a vintage Chris Craft.
Ralph Kinney Bennett
I know, I have one rusting in my back yard.