Mystery Car

On this date in 1928 James Packard, co-founder of his eponymous car company and an industry pioneer, passed away. Pour out a 40 at the curd, or perhaps more appropriately, a twin six packs. When you’re done with that, come back and play this week’s Mystery Car contest. It may not have the panache of a Packard, but it’ll keep you from getting any work done for a while at least. Make and Model FTW, please.
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  1. mr smee Avatar
    mr smee

    Pontiac G6 retractable top

    1. mzszsm Avatar

      I thought that too, I have a coworker with one of those, but the line in the glass is tripping me up, yet it could be a reflection…

  2. nanoop Avatar

    Citroen C3 Pluriel, 2000-2008(-ish), various small car engines around 1.5L?

  3. Alff Avatar

    GM Express Van. Looks like a fleet special, so I’ll go with the 4.3L V6.

    1. Maymar Avatar

      I think the 4.8L V8 is a little more common, based on my experience at least (used to drive them for work, see a bunch of ex-rentals at my current job) – no thirstier, more powerful.
      But, yes, that.

  4. stigshift Avatar

    BMW i3. Mysterious electromechanical/Rube Goldberg propulsion system. Designed by the people who were fired for the Pontiac Aztek.

    1. Alff Avatar

      If that isn’t right, it should be.

      1. nanoop Avatar

        A car with 155/70 R19 as standard (some r20 as option…) just isn’t right.
        But the roof details look plausible (if they come without glass roof).

    2. Rob Emslie Avatar
      Rob Emslie

      Well done. I didn’t think anybody would get that one.

      1. stigshift Avatar

        Wow! Thanks.