My young cousin and house mate brought himself an American car. No big thing, cept he's only 32, and has exotic taste in cars. Never thought he buy American, so was surprised when he got home from his job as a diesel mechanic in Australia, and asked me to tow his new car home for him. New Zealand New, means that when importing cars from overseas, from the beginning, till up into the sixties, cars were imported stripped down, or whole from Canada, then fully assembled here, before being sold. Often this meant that diffrent year parts were used, such as trim, and sometimes even different motors. This 56 looks to have 55 trim. We are still to establish what model it is, seller says he thought it is a Belvedere. I see a restored more door in the states goes for 10 to 12 K. Down here it's a little different, as just the fact that it's an American car makes it worth more. So, enough writing for now, here's the pics. My old Landrover got sideways several times in the rain towing this home. I was having fun.