#4714: Two Chryslers from the sixties

Poser Modeling posted on Jun 29, 2022
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Comments (12)


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uncollared 7:36AM | Wed, 29 June 2022

Nice ride

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donnena 10:06AM | Wed, 29 June 2022

Great job! You know, that in the 1950s, even the horses had tail fins!

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RodS 1:18PM | Wed, 29 June 2022

These were so stylish! Great render, Bill!

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STEVIEUKWONDER 1:48PM | Wed, 29 June 2022

Thought that was a Studebaker at first!

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perpetualrevision 3:43PM | Wed, 29 June 2022

They sure don't make them like that anymore! They almost look futuristic, or I suppose "retro-futuristic" :-)

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CoolDimension 11:41PM | Wed, 29 June 2022

Great render!

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Wolfenshire Online Now! 2:13AM | Thu, 30 June 2022

Love fins, they need to make those again.

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miwi 8:55AM | Thu, 30 June 2022

Must catch up on some comments, so only briefly, seen and rated.

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MeInOhio 10:59AM | Sat, 02 July 2022

Nice looking cars! Nice presentation!

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ikke.evc 6:16AM | Mon, 04 July 2022

And one of these in storage.

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Richardphotos 11:48PM | Mon, 04 July 2022

so many 60's cars looked like they were on steroids being so long/wide. superb renders on both

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MollyFootman 2:32PM | Sun, 31 July 2022

I remember big boats like this from my childhood. I graduated HS in 1966. =)

Molly

Radar_rad-dude 2:59PM | Sun, 31 July 2022

You got me by a year! LOL! Many thanks for the comment and observations! I greatly appreciate hearing from you and enjoy your gallery so very much! Hope your Sunday is a good one!

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