Mystery Car

Did you know that AMC introduced the Gremlin to the world on April Fools Day? Yep, April 1, 1970 saw the debut of American Motors’ import fighter, no joke! Hopefully no one pulled any pranks on you this past April Fools day, but if so, you can take solace in this week’s Mystery  Car contest, where we’re trying to fool you, but in a good way. As always, make and model FTW.
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  1. Citric Avatar

    I hate when I can’t remember the actual name of something even though I’m pretty sure I know exactly what it is. It’s the only product of the Buehrig Motor Company – possibly just called the Buehrig Motor Car, but I can’t remember the model name – it’s made out of Corvette bits so it’s got a 350 V8 in there, and I think it was ’79 or ’80. Here’s a blue one. I don’t think it hit serial production, but they must have made more than one since that’s orange.
    This is also the guy who designed the Cord 810, surprisingly enough.
    I know it because it had a photo feature in some magazine my parents got me, and it was just so weird I never forgot it. Outside of the name.

    1. longrooffan Avatar

      Holy Carp!! My fellow Hoons are unstoppable!!