I feel like only the British or Americans would approve a visible screw like that, but someone may prove me wrong
Wild guess...Lincoln Capri? Square birdwould be a relative, but their hardtop angle was the other way for the rear window.
Not a T-Bird or a Capri.
i was thinking roof window like on an old vista cruiser or something, but that didn't check outsmall cheap flimsy old convertible of some kind?
if you're guessing that based on the color, it sure looks to me like he's shifted it to throw us off the scent - i can tell from the pixels, you know
Bowtiecarguy -- you are correct it is a Nash Metro!! Here it is.[img]http://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/jNwAAOSwjVVVqYSo/s-l500.jpg[/img]
Ah, so it WAS the British AND the Americans.
@ kaibeezyTruth be told the colors were what clued me. And the condition of the rubber seal put it at about the right age.Proof again that even a blind squirrel finds an acorn from time to time. . .
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