Close enough. It is a 1959 Kaiser Manhattan. The only difference being it wasn't made in America. Kaiser stopped U.S. production in 1955. This one was built in Argentina. In 1963 the Kaiser name came back into play by deleting the Willys name from it's Jeep branch.a *&@#*%@ four door
Darn straight it is and you deserve it! It took a sharp eye to get that last answer. Don't ever let it be said that YOU my friend, don't know your Kaisers!. Yes-er-ree-bob. Jump right in with a another of you mystifying quandrums for the rest of us to sweat and squirm while trying not to embarrass ourselves with a wrong guess.Is it my turn?
It's only a good laugh if it's combined with Coke shooting out your nose!Would have posted sooner but I was laughing too hard but here goes. This shouldn't take long but it's the only thing I can come up with at the moment.
Name this man !
He learned engineering and precision machining early in life and eventually ended up working in the firearms industry. These experiences in toolmaking, tolerances and interchangability lead him to later become and inventor, engineer and automotive entrepreneur, creating and founding two Automobile Industries.