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secret.shots Got the sunglasses from old navy and the rest is mine
happy memorial day everyone
#oldnavy #memorialday #sunglasses #book #jewlery #grass #white #nixon #nixond3300
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24min coreymike
Clarendon Corey Michael
coreymike Finally got the #timepiece I've been searching for. #gold with a #green face #nixon #watch #watchesofinstagram #watchnerd #classic #watchaddiction 24min

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clubblast PRODUCTO RECOMENDADO: NIXON / 51-30 (ARTÍCULO 5A172SW2244) #Nixon #5130 #vader #winter #w16 #ClubBlast #Blast @nixon_now

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secret.shots I told my boyfriend to stand really still as i took this picture. He was confused at first but he likes the pictures
#blue #white #plad #shirt #nixon #nixond3300 #simple #buttons
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oldmotors Between the Nixon shock, Opec I, the ascent of Mercedes in North America, and the cultural shifts of the seventies, the 1971-1976 Cadillacs had alot to contend with. But nobody could have foreseen most of those things when the new B and C body cars were being designed from 1967 to 1969. Cadillacs, always known for the "bigger is better" approach, would never be larger than this generation - this pre-impact-bumper '73 Deville was 231 inches long and weighed almost 5,000 lbs. Sixty Specials were even larger, though not much heavier. The D-body Fleetwood 75 factory limo, really more of a big town car than a full stretch limo, was 251 inches long. But even as the cars went on sale, GM had already decided that they, like the rest of the full-size lineups introduced for 1971, were a little too big. The same was true of engines. According to the late Cliff Studaker, a GM powertrain engineer who worked on Buick's famous V6, GM had engines of 520+ cubic inches on the drawing board as late as 1972. In early 1973 the corporation was already looking at downsizing both cars and engines, and those products would arrive for 1977. In this era the Eldorado was already using a 500-cube engine, but the regular Cadillacs made do with the 472 V8. The summer of 1973 saw continued sales success for these big cars (and really, yellow Cadillacs are for summer), and it was hoped that success would carry into 1974, the first major refresh of these cars, but the gas crisis put the kibosh on that. In the eighties, when these cars were cheap and memories of gas lines were fading, these cars were common and often slightly rusty (particularly on the east coast where I'm from). I loved how different they were from the cars of the eighties, and how decadent they seemed by comparison, like a seventies glam rocker at an R.E.M. concert.
#cadillac #cadillacdeville #1973 #carsofinstagram #carstagram #cargram #instacar #vintage #classiccar #dailydriver #rust #vanishedworlds #hemmings #oldmotors #practicalclassics #summer #leaves #trb_autozone #grimelords_clunkers #dirt_merchant_autos #retro #americana #americancars #seventies #nixon
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