The Dart and Daytona
A fun thing about car shows is noticing the difference in design between older cars and newer models. Some automotive designs continue to grow more sleek and contemporary, while others tend to revert back to older styling. Since features come and go too, it’s always fun to see some sitting side by side.
This Dodge Dart and Dodge Daytona are great examples of then and now. Both have plenty of horsepower, but approach things from different designs and mechanics. These fine cars were at a recent Horses & Horsepower Car Show in Pearland, TX.
1935 Plymouth PJ
This four-door PJ model might be the PJ "Six". it was a slightly upgraded version of the Business model. "The only noticeable difference between it and the regular business line was that the hood received the deluxe chrome trim of 3 chromed bars with 5 circles behind. Headlamps remained painted like the business line however." (allpar.com) This vehicle has chrome headlamps, but that's okay with me. It's a great example of leaving the original features, while adding some new touches. This would be a beautiful car to take out to a better venue for a stand-alone "portrait".