I've read that the last time the remains were seen by a wreck diver on the Andrea Doria, there was little left recognizable but four whitewall tires. Replica builder Marty Martino had started building a recreation of the car, but Eshaver (who knows him) mentioned here recently that the project has been stalled for a few years now.
Mercedes 280SE 4.5 or 6.3 Mercedes 190SL (with Rosemarie Nitribitt's license plate H70-6425 on the decal sheet ) Rolls-Royce Corniche Ford Consul Capri '58 Vauxhall Victor estate '57-'60 Opel Rekord (really want to build a gasser out of this!)
Top of the list: 1959 DeSoto Fireflite. Close second: '57 Buick Century. Then the rest: '62, '64 and '65 Imperials '58 Edsel junior series (Pacer/Ranger) '57 Ford Fairlane Willys Aero '55-'57 Nomads (the only Tri-Fives I really care for) '63 Ford Galaxie '39 Ford/'40 Mercury convertible sedans '51 Frazer '58 Plymouth Studebaker and Packard fintail Hawks '56 Packard 400 '57 Cadillac '67 Eldorado Chrysler Norseman
I also remember seeing smaller Oldsmobile toys around that time; the one I recall in particular was red plastic, about 1/32 or a bit smaller, and had a friction motor and chrome plastic wheels with rubber tires. This one was a '64, however. I have a hunch yours might have been a knockoff of the Corgi '61 Olds, which was a miniature knockoff of the Jo-Han '61 Super 88.
The photo of all the Deloreans reminds me of the "Back to the Pilot" episode of Family Guy: "Stop! We're from the future!" "Stop! We're from the further future!" "Stop! We're from the further, further future!"
They've let bits of info out in the past on their site's "What's a hanger shot?" message thread: http://www.collectormodel.com/round2-models/2224-whats-a-hanger-shot/#comment-13806 The '64 F-85 Cutlass only exists as a convertible funny car body-wise but much of the original kit also survives. The molds, however, were tagged as rusted. Early '60s Ford pickups - gone.'62 Galaxie - gone.'59 Buick - gone.'61 Galaxie convertible - gone.'60 T-bird - gone.'68 Impala - gone.'63 Nova wagon - body/glass/grille/bumpers/taillights/stock wheelcover (one!) exist in the Boss Nova, with modifications; but unlike the Cutlass, the inserts for the chassis/interior/stock engine are gone.'71-'75 Impalas - inserts are gone.