No one got our last Clue on the ’58 Packard Hawk. Maybe you’ll have better luck with this one.
Mark Rothko BMW
For those of youse rolling your eyes at my art-world wankeur, Financial Times has just announced that Dongfeng have taken a controlling interest in Peugeot. During negotiations, the Peugeot family were code-named ‘Picasso’, Dongfeng was ‘Degas’, GM was ‘Gauguin’ and the French State was ‘Fragonard’. No, I wasn’t involved in negotiations but its a fully sick CC effect for me. Hehehe.
The Dacia Sandero?
Cavalier Type-10 hatchback.
Yes, but the Stepway edition.
Well that’s odd. My comment was in reply to Triborough’s Dacia guest. When I posted it yesterday it was correctly posted as a reply to Triborough. Today it’s suddenly become a reply to Dave. Must be a ghost in the machine…!
1961 Humber Super Snipe Series 3
Yeah, dunno. I’m leaning more towards the Series IV myself.
A ZAZ with a galvanized windscreen.
For some reason that shot reminds me of my buddy’s old 1962 Meteor, so that’s my guess.
Red? Can only be a Ferrari!
Citroen Visa: Cabernet Sauvignon Edition
61 Ford Starliner
Either a Zastava Yugo, or a Peterbilt 356.
Well it could be!
Must have missed the answer. What is this car?
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