Welcome to: Finville, USA
“A place where steel sharks are still lurking, flanked by rocket outlets and chrome”
Photo (and owner) Jon Radue from Wisconsin, USA
Fins doesn’t have to be stock to be enjoyed.
Steve Gould Colorado Springs, CO sent us this picture of this custom truck.
Photo: Casey Tarp
1960 Fleetwood in the rain
Photo: Wayne Liles from Asheville N.C.
1961 Cadillac fin aiming for the sky…
Photo: Heine Hansen
Jim from Canada sent us this shot of his 1960 Impala:
Lloyd , Cindy and Damiën from the Netherlands sent us this photo.
Photo: Michael Clay Andersen
Photo: Gary Baker
1958 Buick Limited Riviera
Photo: Kris Trexler
1958 Continental Mark III coupe
Photo: Kris Trexler
1960 Chrysler Imperial
The fins on the 1960 Buick became somewhat more sedate than the ’59 Delta wings, but they are very classy. This photo came from the owner of this 1960 Buick LeSabre Convertible, Denis Lachapelle from Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
This 58 Ford Fairlane 500 is looking awesome at this angle.
Photo: Charlie Barone
Very few fin-cars can compete with the rocket outlets and chrome of the ’59 Dodge. Is this the ultimate set of fins??
The gull-wing fins of the 1959 Chevrolet has always been a favorite.
The Cadillac fins got smaller for every year. This 1964 Cadillac shows what’s left. Check out the reflection in the paint, a 1963 Corvette split-window!
This 1959 DeSoto Sportsman are sporting some aggressive fins.
58 Buick offered some very massive fins, as on this Century.
This 1957 Olds remind you how much the designers were inspired by space design.
Ok, these are rather modest fins for the late 1950’s…However, this 1959 Lincoln convertible is sporting a very massive rear treatment, with acres of chrome.
The 59 Cadillac is probably the most recognized fins in the world. And yes, they are still cool!
The 1959 Buick fins were called “Delta Wings”, as shown on this Electra, in a rare rose color.
The 1960 Cadillac is sporting smaller and more restrained fins. Many folks thinks the ’60 Cadillac is a better looking car than the ’59. That discussion will go on until the world ends or internet stops.