|Posted by AlienCG|
1. Found on the grounds of a greenhouse in northern Ohio. The tags expired at the end of October 2000.
It's a '79 Caprice Classic. That was the only year to use those taillights. The Impala also used different ones from the Caprice.
In 1980, not just the taillights were changed, the entire body was re-skinned even though the lines were very similar, to make the car a little more aerodynamic for fuel economy. I don't think one exterior body panel interchanges between the 1977-79 and the 1980-90 Chevrolets. Maybe the station wagon's tailgate?
Shame someone dumped that car there and left it to rot, it kind of looks like it might have been in decent shape beforehand.