Stumbling across this fantastic old school ride at lunch was the veritable highlight of my day, yesterday. I snapped a few shots, and headed back to the office to find out the year and model. I was pretty sure it was a coupe, but hadn’t ever seen this smaller size, so I was a little stumped. Sure enough, it’s a Coupe—the 1950 Ford Club Coupe—a compact version of the more popular and well-known four-door Ford Coupe. The major distinguishing factors for the Club Coupe is that it’s a two-door, and smaller, but still with a big a roomy backseat.
For me, it’s perfect. I’ve always loved the body curves and lines of the Coupe, but have never been a fan of its might-as-well-be-a-boat size. I am adding this to my list of cars to own at some point in the future, shortly behind a 1968 Chevy Camaro SS (after selling my brother’s and my powder blue ’68 Camaro last year).
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