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What would be a "late model" car?

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How new does it have to be to be "late model"?

 

Forty's thread about being stopped got me to remembering.

 

I used to have a "late model white Chevrolet sedan".

 

It was a 69 in 74. Five years old. Would that be"late model"?

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Late model means it wasn't smoking too bad and looks like 90% of the dang cars on the road.

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6 minutes ago, Badger Mountain Charlie SASS #43172 said:

My Yugo doesn't qualify.

Yugos didn't qualify when they were selling them new! ;)

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What UB said.

 

Usually all one color and all the lights work!!

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Is there anything between a late model and a classic?  I'm sure there's old jalopy, but that's just a classic that hasn't been taken care of. 

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21 minutes ago, Ramblin Gambler said:

Is there anything between a late model and a classic? 

 

 

 ...... rust bucket ?

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When I called 911 to report a car stuck partially into the right lane on the freeway the 911 dispatcher said “What kind of car is it?”

”I’m not sure. It looked like a mid-size Toyota. They all look alike these days.”

She said “Yes they do.”

 

Late model? Honestly, who can tell? If it isn’t shiny it’s not a late model? I have no idea. 
 

If someone told me to “report any late model black cars” I would be reporting all that didn’t stand out as older. 

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