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I saw that last night. I don't care for the headlight treatment but overall it atleast flows and looks like something someone might have designed on paper back in the day.

I agree. Redo the headlight treatment and upgrade the instrument panel and apply a top notch paint job and I actually think it would be pretty slick. Uh oh...... not supposed to admit that on this forum ..... I'm supposed to trash it right? :rolleyes:

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It does remind me of some of the flamboyant coach work on some Delahayes from that period (which I don't think is a bad thing). It certainly is eye catching and took some real skill to fabricate. I do like the shifter...

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Looks like a 1950's custom job. Yep, Packard grill. Right about headlight nacelles, they are very clunky from front on view.

If it had a flat head engine of any type except the belly button SBC, it could have been Emperor Ming's ride in a Flash Gordon serial.

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