Well, my fellow Hoons, this is the last, or the first, depending on when you tuned in, post for this olelongrooffan on this Redusernab Fastback Friday. Yeah, I was down at Bellair Plaza and gathered up a few images of some fastbacks for your Hoon pleasure.
This 1972 (?) Hurst Oldsmobile Cutlass was just outstanding. This W-30 was flawless and carried all the correct styling that was the flagship of Miss Vaughn’s representation back in the day.
It even had the cool rear wing. I remember one of my older brothers owned a Cutlass CS way back then. He referred to it as his “Cutlass Chicken Shit.” But that gold beauty is still something I desire to this moment.
I guess that this predates the Government Motors timeframe so I guess I should change the title of this post. But to freaking late, I actually have a date in twenty minutes and need to get going. So much for drunkcast Friday…..
And the final fastback I am offering for Redusernab Fastback Friday is this SSR engine bearing street rod.
It possesses the Steelies that a certain commenter here in the Redusernab so desires and has a great stance.
And I am fairly certain this 1949 Chevrolet fastback
is one of the first fastbacks of its time. If you discount the Chrysler Airflow and the Cadillac Sedanette.
But I could be wrong.
Stick around this weekend for more from the 2011 Spring Fling.