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Question of the Week: What’s your favorite four-door?

My favorite 4 door cars are the no b pillar “hardtops”. Modern day hardtop phaetons- touring cars as now celebrated by movies as Green Book.

My favorite 4 door hardtop? As I am partial to the 1970 Pontiac GTO and a slightly lesser degree the 1971-1972 GTO/T-41 intermediate Pontiacs, the 1970-1972 Pontiac Lemans 4 door hardtop, available also in 1970 and 1971 as a Lemans Sport, and for 1972 only as a Luxury Lemans which the T-41 (GTO endura style) nose was strangely unavailable given the physical interchangeability and the failure to offer a 4 door hardtop Lemans or Lemans Sport for 1972…

I always liked the 1980s Audis. I had a Grey 4000s four door. 5 speed manual was fun to drive!

Lincoln Continental 4 door from the early to mid sixties… 66-67 favourite.

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Like the 94-96 Impala SS.

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I have come to appreciate the extra doors, but mostly lean towards them in older steel in the form of Station Wagons (I have a bagged 62 Bel Air 9 Pax). However, I am a big fan of the 57-58 Cadillac Eldorado Brougham and the 61-64 Lincoln Drop Top. By the way one of my all time favorite cars of my recent collection was a 96 SS that I sold last summer. That car was amazing for form and function and it was just cool, as Capt Marvel reminded us a few months ago.

1963 Chevrolet Impala, 327 Maroon Hardtop convertible, no door posts. Had power everything. Loved that car.

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The 1934 Packard V12 Dual Cowl 4dr Convertible Phaeton and the 1963 Lincoln 4 dr convertible with suicide doors.

I’ll take an XJ6 but prefer the Jaguar Mk2.

Hey Brett! That’s a good one! It gets my vote, too.

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Thanks @hoileshouse!

I saw a beauty at a BJ auction with 13,000 original miles! It was like new.
Unfortunately(or fortunately), I didn’t have a bidder’s #.

Omni GLHS would be my favorite FWD.

My favorite classic is the 1967 Ford Thunderbird fordor Landau