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6 minutes ago, 8E45E said:

 

Looks like a 1999 Dodge Intrepid and a 1993 Subaru SVX had a love child.

 

Well, not really a "love child" but an "oops child" that was never really loved much and became a sword swallowing circus performer out of spite, then went on to become a D-list actor in sci-fi flicks about zombie octopi invading Mars.   

 

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Hozabout a single gullwing on each side long enough for both seats ?

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1 hour ago, padgett said:

Hozabout a single gullwing on each side long enough for both seats ?

 

Skeptical, but interested.  I would never have dreamed up the Mercedes 300SL, but after seeing it, it is perfect.  

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On 1/17/2021 at 7:45 PM, GregLaR said:

Good Heavens!

Just because you can, doesn't mean...

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Unless maybe they ordered a fleet of these Jagwagons, cut the roofs off and used them as part of a bizarre safari type tourist ride where they could cruise around their former colonies to show other colossal British failures.

A catchy name name like "The Dick Rowe Memorial Safari Ride" might help.

   The "Stout Scrab", one of 6 built.  Was a rear engine 36 Ford V8

    car similar inside to a VW Microbus.  Way ahead of it's time.  

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Well ....

Some inspiration just turns out to be 
"Brain-Farts"

While I love the pure design of the original "E"-Type, affectionately called the "XK-E",

the presented example of a "Family-Truckster" version falls far short of the mark, as well as the "Marque" reputation.

Just my opinion, and we all know how much that's worth in real dollars ...

Edited by Marty Roth (see edit history)
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