Auto ID #92 FINISHED!

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Remember, no hints or answers here! PM me with specific year, make and model.

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Hint: This might not be what you think it is!

The answer: 1940 Marmon-Herrington Ford

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nothing is as one thinks at first..................................................

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Whatever this is, it needs to be lowered!

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Well, I know what it's not! Having trouble coming up with what it is.

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hmmm, can't seem to find any records of Ford concept cars of the 1920's...

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Well, I know what it's not! Having trouble coming up with what it is.

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I can neither confirm nor deny that I searched all of Russia for this car. B)

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Got it!

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This week's car is a 1940 Marmon-Herrinngton Ford (4WD).

http://auto.ocregister.com/2010/04/08/my-totally-hot-car-1940-marmon-herrington-ford-sedan/31333/

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Badluck 13

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Chris R

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carsntrucks4you

Jon Cole

Foxer

Pete J

sjordan2

eric smith

blunc

mathhijgrit

mr chips

george53

MikeMc

trogdor

customsrus

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l could not figure this one out. Good one Harry...

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The only thing that helped me figure this one out was the licence plate on the right front. Googling it's text got me in the right direction...

I love this game, but it keeps getting harder.

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Whatever this is, it needs to be lowered!

This comment was what got me thinking that it might be a 4WD conversion.

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Good one, Harry! I had no idea those cars existed. Your link was a great history lesson.

Sam

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