Actually, the Fleetwood Cadillac did not have the imitation wooden panels. The Chevy "FleetMaster" with a 6 cylinder engine of the late 40s and early 50s did and it was fondly known as a "Woody". Some of the later "Waltons" programs featured that old chevy as the family car.The fleetwood had side panels. You dont drive no country squire missE, you're a Cadillac girl. A red Cadillac, anything less would be entirely absurd my dear.
Been in a funk lately.
My buddy died Monday all by herself in a hospital room in Cincy, no more riverboat rides for her. She was a good one and that's a fact. She was a classy lady, a good looking lady with an electric personality. I'll miss her terribly. I reckon she left me a car and some money, wouldn't you know it? Just like her, I wish we could have rode the Mississippi together one more time. Can I go get a car when I couldn't find the time to get my sorry butt up there to see her? Bugger it all.
Gotta go have a stout drink now, Goodnight.
Ford Country Squire wagons were a few years later around 1959 up until the late 60s and featured a V8 engine. Ford predated Chevy with the V8 by about 6 years with the flat head around 1949-50. Chevy never had a V8 until 1955 but the most popular was the 1957 with a 289 cubic inch V8 engine.... One sweet car.
I suppose you enjoyed your stiff "toast" to Jennie and UNA was not around to give you grief over it. Did you toast UNA? I did.