Mystery Car

When the esteemed-ish Rob Emslie was running the Mystery Car section he would typically start off with some obscure fact or anniversary. Unfortunately I don’t have such powers. The cars he would post were often older, classics of you will. The part he would spotlight was always exclusive to that vehicle, or perhaps he’d trick you with a part commonly seen on a different but the one he’s highlighting. But I’m not that clever. Make and model, please. 
Last week’s Mystery Car was solved rather quickly, answer after the jump. 
Image: ©2018 Hooniverse/Kamil Kaluski, All Rights Reserved

If you guessed Alfa Romeo GTV, Mr. Mikado, you were right! Yea, it’s a few pieces short but it’s getting there. 

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12 responses to “Mystery Car”

  1. Alff Avatar

    Honda Crosstour

  2. GTXcellent Avatar

    Kia Forte

  3. nanoop Avatar

    BMW X5 from 2015, with a Diesel of unreal cleanliness.

    1. outback_ute Avatar

      Either this or one of the related X6/5GT cousins?

      1. nanoop Avatar

        My neighbors (X6 and X5) came home, none of these.
        Ford EcoSport, 2017?

  4. Manic_King Avatar

    Hyundai i30

    1. Manic_King Avatar

      And specially for Kamil, was this thing factory product or some home-brew thing:

      1. desmo Avatar

        What is it? I like it. Even the design works well after 30(?) years.

      2. Kamil K Avatar

        No, there were no such things factory Zuk campers. There were Zuk wagons, cargo vans, pickups, and chassis cabs which were often turned into cranes or tow trucks. They were modified for fire fighting duty, too.
        This is a home made thing with 100% certainty.

  5. Jkedz Avatar

    Hyundai Tucson

  6. boxdin Avatar

    Some kind of hyundai/kia