Monday, April 1, 2013

Panther De Ville


The Panther De Ville is not a real classic car. They were created between 1974 to 1985 with the intent of capturing the spirit of an archtypal classic car without giving up on a/c and car phones (cutting edge). In case it looks familiar it's Cruella De Vil's car. Villains always have the best cars (and hair).



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  1. Another villain car that I have always liked is Count Olaf's and his 1960 Imperial Limousine.

    http://classiclimousinesalesinc.com/1960_Imperial_Ghia_Limousine_018.cfm

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    1. haha I was going to do a post about that one too, you read my mind. He had cool hair too.

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  2. It's actually a very cool car. With the Jag V12 it also had a lot of grunt to go with it. Even though you wouldn't exactly call it a classic, you would can call it a Youg-timer. Here's some interesting reading: http://www.inopian.com/panther-de-ville-1974-1985-the-car-from-101-dalmatians-movie/

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