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No clue either!  And the steering wheel seems to be located in the center of the car (neither left- or right-hand drive)!   The wheels look like one of the custom wheel sets from Aoshima or Fujimi. :D

 

EDIT: I think what I see as a steering wheel is just a headrest of the right front seat.  :blink:

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2 hours ago, matthijsgrit said:

I had an "Aha-erlebnis" after I cheated... Saw the car from different angles and actually quite like it!

Same here, so I didn't send a reply.  Very interesting car.  Never new about this one, but would like to have one just to drive the local gear heads nuts trying to figure it out!

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4 hours ago, Pete J. said:

Same here, so I didn't send a reply.  Very interesting car.  Never new about this one, but would like to have one just to drive the local gear heads nuts trying to figure it out!

The same for me!

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This time I was looking for a Brazilian car, Santa Matilde SM 4.1.

It was produced by Cia. Industrial Santa Matilde from 1977 - 1997. A Chevrolet  Opala was the donor car for this fiberglass bodied car. Beside the coupe there were also a convertible available. It was powered by either by a 4 cylinder or 6 cylinder engine.

 

The correct answer were sent in by

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