Auto ID #89 FINISHED!

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

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The answer: 1960s Autocar Carmel

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I think this vehicle inspired all the boxiness you see in cars today. Ugly is not the right word for it.

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It looks like it should have the word "generic" on it somewhere.

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Did you guys miss that awesome "power bulge" on the hood?

:lol:

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Did you guys miss that awesome "power bulge" on the hood?

:lol:

yeah, and the dual exhaust pipes too. :P

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Harry, where'd ya find a REAL Leggo car?????

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The power bulge is because the designers forgot the high single barrel when they put that awesome nose down slope in the hood.

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The problem with this one is it strongly reminds me of a car I can't recall the name of....

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The problem with this one is it strongly reminds me of a car I can't recall the name of....

Yeah, I can see where that would be a problem in an identification game... ^_^

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I know what is it! It is...... Ugly!

This time I want to get this right since it has been a long time since the latest correct answer in Auto ID Quiz...

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Notice the driver is wearing the optional cardboard disguise - wouldn't you?

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Just put a brown stripe along the side and it's a Generic Car, available at your local supermarket.

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Just put a brown stripe along the side and it's a Generic Car, available at your local supermarket.

The Brown Stripe Package was optional... :lol:

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Harry, this is a hard one to figure out. l enjoy the auto ld game but not this one. You need to trow a hint on this on..... :D

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Harry, this is a hard one to figure out. l enjoy the auto ld game but not this one. You need to trow a hint on this on..... :D

Hint: It's ugly. :D

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What bothers me about this one is that is looks like a four door that somebody at the factory for got to cut out the rear doors. Weird looking car.

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The Brown Stripe Package was optional... :lol:

and doubles the price you will pay but a warranty is not offered with the BS-Package. :P

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Hint: It's ugly. :D

another hint, it's got at least one door...it might have another one

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Looks like I stumped you guys with this one! Only five of you got it right. The car is an Autocars Carmel from Israel. I'm not sure of the exact model year because info on this car is hard to fond, and the info I did find was contradictory. If you guessed anywhere from 1960 to 1968, you got credit (I think it's a 1967 model).

http://israel-retro.blogspot.com/2009/07/susita-israeli-legend-car.html

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