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.


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.


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