Auto ID #78 FINISHED!

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Remember... do NOT post hints or answers here! PM me with year, make and model.

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The answer: 1957 Volvo P1900

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It took a little research to find it, but I found it. For some reason, I flashed on the right manufacturer right off. Harry, whether or not I get it right, I ALWAYS have fun with this game!

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well... I've found about half a dozen cars that I missed in previous Auto-IDs with today's search. I guess I'll find this one with next weeks search - when it is too late!

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Izzat Sting ridein in the passenger seat????

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Izzat Sting ridein in the passenger seat????

Would that make it a police car?

:lol:

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Harry you don't make it easy. l have no idea even to guess :o

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I think I know this one .

By the way . . . I love your new avatar , It's a keeper !

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The car in the picture is a 1957 Volvo P1900. The car was only made for two years (1956-7) before it was discontinued. Sort of Volvo's version of the Corvette.

Who got it right:

patami

wisdonm

trogdor

MrObsessive

Badluck 13

george53

ChrisR

G Holding

Corvair Jim

blunc

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I'll tell you how close I was to getting this right: Not at all. Nowhere near. Wouldn't have guessed Volvo in a million years.

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I didn't know it was a Volvo but I spotted the hood hinges on the front edge of the grille opening and figured it was a fiberglass body, after that it was just a google image search for fiberglass cars of the 1950's.

I found the hiSTORY on this quite interesting.

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