When your favorite fiction authors write about cars, do they get the details correct? (Part 1)

1958 Plymouth Fury front small

Stephen King was ten years old when 1958 models hit the showrooms, the age where the most lasting impressions are typically formed among automobile fanatics. It's easy to tell that King is a fellow fanatic and that the menacing-looking front end of 1957-59 Plymouth Fury models made a lasting impression in his mind.  Looking at the '58 above, it's easy to understand why.

Stephen King was ten years old when 1958 models hit the showrooms, the age where the most lasting impressions are typically formed among automobile fanatics. It’s easy to tell that King is a fellow fanatic and that the menacing-looking front end of 1957-59 Plymouth Fury models made a lasting impression in his mind. Looking at the ’58 above, it’s easy to understand why.

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