Auto ID #56 FINISHED!

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I knew it right away because I have this book. This is an interesting view of it on the front cover.

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I remember this one from the game L.A. Noire,This and the Cord 812 were my favorite cars.

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Is that the original mini van?

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What, am I the first one who got it right? :blink:

I started searching from Google with "Streamline Bus" and then after few more searches, I managed to find what it really is. Pretty cool car anyway.

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What, am I the first one who got it right? :blink:

Yes, yours was the first correct answer! :D

Is that the original mini van?

Sure looks like it to me...

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Because it's so rare and odd it turns up in nearly every auto ID style quiz on forums so it's not surprising :D

I actually had to search for it the hard way!

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Did you notice the cool single-spoke steering wheel on the one with the red upholstery? Very "Citroen-esque"...

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I love that thing Harry . Vary cool car indeed. I'd love to se what happens to the driver if he had a hard takeoff on a hill wit those seats.lol.

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Great feature article on this car in Collectible Automobile, Volume 8 Number 1.

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I love that thing Harry . Vary cool car indeed. I'd love to se what happens to the driver if he had a hard takeoff on a hill wit those seats.lol.

The driver's seat has a different base. Perhaps it is actually attached to the floor.

I have tried to drive a car with it's driver's seat un-attached. It is ... difficult!

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