When it comes to classic cars, four-door models often play second fiddle to their two-door siblings. But some models got it right with an extra pair of doors, and we want to know which more-door is perfect to your eyes.
Decades ago it was commonplace for a manufacturer to produce multiple body styles of the same model. A great example is the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, which came in a whopping eight body styles. When given the choice today, many buyers prefer two-door and convertible models of vintage cars. But four-doors seem to be having a bit of a resurgence as buyers get priced out of the two-doors so instead buy four-doors to fill their garage.
The rear doors are almost hidden on this 1949 Cadillac. (Photo Hagerty)
Tell us below which four-door model you think is better than its two-door sibling. After all, there’s nothing wrong with extra doors.