About Last Week's Mystery Car

Mystery Car Answer
You know, I thought last week’s Mystery Car would be a slam dunk, but I guess I was mistaken. Here’s a little more of that one for you, another layer of the onion peeled back, as it were. I’m pretty sure each and every one of you will get it with this much exposed. If you’re now hankering for another challenge, don’t worry, a new Mystery Car is right around the corner!
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7 responses to “About Last Week's Mystery Car”

  1. PotbellyJoe★★★★★ Avatar

    I hate to say it like this, but I don’t think I’ve ever looked too closely at the details of the EB110. Sure the SS version’s cheese-grater vents on the side are interesting, but until today I couldn’t have told you it had anything other than a flat hood.
    I’m sure it was an impressive car, but my 10 year-old heart was still fascinated by 911 turbos and F40s at that point in my life.
    The EB110 is sadly an also-ran in my mind.

    1. Guest Avatar

      Dang it! Beat me by 4 minutes!

    2. Monkey10is Avatar

      I’d have agreed with you on it being an also-ran, until I got a good look at one close-up a couple of years ago. As a design it worked really well — compact, tidy and with a purposefulness in all the details. I surprised myself by how much I liked it.

    3. Marto Avatar

      I also hate to say, as much as I love the EB110 for what it is, I have always hated the design. It is the ugliest of the 90s supercars. Toadish proportions and cross-eyed, dissonant details. Kinda like the Juke, but not fun.
      I don’t like putting in negative messages, but I simply feel negative about the EB110’s styling. Veyron too.
      Galibier on the other hand…

  2. Bret Avatar

    Are those 300Zx headlights? It’s surprisingly difficult to find a close up image of an unmodified 300Zx nose.

    1. smokyburnout Avatar

      It was the later lamborghini Diablos that used 300ZX headlights