Things Car Manufacturers Don’t Do Any More

This is my first series “Things Car Manufacturers Don’t Do Any More” posts I did on Instagram. I had been to Horniman Circle, Fort one Sunday morning and saw a few beauties that I have seen a few times already (but it never gets boring). There is something very pleasing about the cars of yesteryear or as we call them, classic cars or vintage cars. The more you look at them, the more fascinating details that catch your attention.

And that’s exactly what happened this time around, and here we have a great new series that I ran on Instagram. If you missed it, you aren’t following me on Instagram, are you? Go follow now, I promise you won’t be disappointed!

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Without further ado, here are the “Things Car Manufacturers Don’t Do Any More”:

#1 Vibrant & Colorful interiors

#2 Curved Glass Windscreens/Windshields

#3 Stylish Wheels with white walls

#4 Headlights with Wipers

#5 Sexy Chrome ORVMs

#6 The Rear Fog Lights or High mounted tail lights

#7 Beautiful tail sections

"Things Car Manufacturers don't do any more" series: #7 Beautiful Tail sections! . The 1959 Chevy Biscayne was produced primarily for the fleet market, but they were also available to the general public. . Along with the Biscayne, Chevy was also producing the Bel Air & Impala. They all had very similar designs, but I'm sure the young people at that time could easily tell them apart. . I think I'll be taking some more time to learn about them! 😁 If you have any memories or anything to share please leave a comment! 😊#thebestcarblogever . #classiccars #vintagecars #vintagelifestyle #oldschool #classic #art #automotive #instacars #cars #classiccarsdaily #dailydriven #drivetastefully #carporn #chevy #chevybiscayne #chevyimpala #chevylife #chevrolet #biscayne #fleetmaster #1959

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#8 Crazy-looking awesome chrome decoration on the sides

"Things Car Manufacturers don't do any more" series: #8 Crazy looking awesome chrome decoration on the sides! Or Rockets 🚀 in short! 😂 . The 1959 Chevy Biscayne was produced primarily for the fleet market, but they were also available to the general public. Along with the Biscayne, Chevy was also producing the Bel Air, Impala. They all had very similar designs, but I'm sure the young people at that time could easily tell them apart. I think I'll be taking some more time to learn about them! 😁 #thebestcarblogever . #classiccars #vintagecars #vintagelifestyle #oldschool #classic #art #automotive #instacars #cars #classiccarsdaily #dailydriven #drivetastefully #carporn #chevy #chevybiscayne #chevyimpala #chevylife #chevrolet #biscayne #fleetmaster #chrome #rockets

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#9 Shiny chrome bumper guards

Last but not the least in this "Things Car Manufacturers don't do any more" series: #9 Shiny Chrome bumper guards! . They had a very iconic look, brought a very beautiful appeal to the cars with such garnish! Not to forget, they would protect the car too! There's also one in the front! . And with this post, this series comes to an end! I hope you guys liked it! 😊 Keep following for more such interesting stuff to come! Ask your friends to follow @thebestcarblogever too! 😁 . Which modern car do you think would this look good on?? #thebestcarblogever . #classiccars #vintagecars #vintagelifestyle #oldschool #classic #art #automotive #instacars #cars #classiccarsdaily #dailydriven #drivetastefully #carporn #chevy #chevybiscayne #chevyimpala #chevylife #chevrolet #biscayne #fleetmaster #chrome #chromebumpers

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There are more things that I am sure you know of, so do let me know about them, I’ll definitely try to find them. I’ll save them until I get photos of them myself!

You never know when there will be a part 2 of this series!

I hope you liked this little series that I did. It does make me aware of the beauty and things of yesteryear that somehow have gone missing. Some for good, and some for the bad. Feel free to leave me with your thoughts!

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