10 minutes of perusing Los Angeles and Las Vegas Craigslist and I found: 1. A '52 De Soto called a '49. 2. A '56 De Soto called a '54 3. A '59 De Soto identified as a '57 4. A '52 Plymouth called a '54. 5. A '66 Newport called an Imperial 6. And, my fave, an '85 Chebby Caprice called an '85 Chrysler Caprice. Wow! California car culture might not be what it usta. Of course, none of those top my all time fave, courtesy of a dealer: an advertised '57 Studebaker Hawk that was in reality a much more modest '59 Lark. If you're going to call yourself a classic car dealer, wouldn't it behoove you to do a little research?