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Remember, don't post any hints or answers here. PM me with year, make and model.

The answer: 1988-91 Gurgel BR-800

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Tough one . . . it looks Russian!

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Tough one . . . it looks Russian!

Do they park on the sidewalk in Russia? :D

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It's called an ugly!

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Yugo Estate wagon????

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Actually, it's a VERY ugly. :lol::D:P;)

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Actually, it's a VERY ugly. :lol::D:P;)

Was voted the Ugliest in not 1 but 2 Countries!!!

2 bagger????? :wacko: :wacko: :P

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it looks Russian!

Because it's so ugly? :lol:

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Isn't that the proposed Mars Rover? :P:lol::D

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its a 1992 Zomgitsofugly 2dr sedan

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Lets stay current......its still Ugly!!

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Uhhh, a REAL ugly! :lol:

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The answer: 1988-91 Gurgel BR800.

Not too many right answers on this one... only:

carsntrucks4you

Junkman

Badluck 13

trogdor

MIKE THE MANIAC

mr chips

Chillyb1

More here: http://en.wikipedia....i/Gurgel_BR-800

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A gurgle???? Sounds like someones drownin!!! PLEASE let them stay THERE!!!!!

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A Gurgel? Sounds like something from "Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy". Where is this thing manufactured? You rteally found a weird one, Harry! I was totally stumped.

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If I may assist ....Andy that monstrosity was a Brazilian number..short lived. And Harry was kind as the truck version was worse looking!!!

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All I can say is that those seven guys listed above either are much more knowlegable about these obscure foreign cars than I am, or they have WAY too mch time on thir hands! :blink:

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A Gurgel? Sounds like something from "Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy". Where is this thing manufactured? You rteally found a weird one, Harry! I was totally stumped.

They were made Brazil, mostly with VW underpinnings.The one Harry selected this time is the dismal swansong of the company. Gurgel built some nice beach buggys and beetle-based replicas in its days. I believe the most popular one would be the Xavante, which was a veritable VW Thing alternative.:

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All I can say is that those seven guys listed above either are much more knowlegable about these obscure foreign cars than I am, or they have WAY too mch time on thir hands! :blink:

Or well travelled. You can't avoid seeing Gurgels when you are in Brazil. They are surprisingly popular there.

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They were made Brazil, mostly with VW underpinnings.The one Harry selected this time is the dismal swansong of the company. Gurgel built some nice beach buggys and beetle-based replicas in its days. I believe the most popular one would be the Xavante, which was a veritable VW Thing alternative.:

1287603797_130641448_1-Fotos-de--gurgel-x10-xavantes-1287603797.jpg

Or well travelled. You can't avoid seeing Gurgels when you are in Brazil. They are surprisingly popular there.

This Xavante looks downright COOL! I'm diggin' those freestanding headlights. I've never seen one of these either, but then I've never Gurgeled in Brazil... :P

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