Again the clue was guessed on the first go. This time FromaBuick6 identified the Chevelle Laguna S3. Shall we try an interior shot again in an attempt to at least slow you down?
I’m thinking early-to-mid-70s Toyota. Celica, perhaps?
Odd mixes going on in this horror show, the shifter makes me want to say Pinto/Mustang II, but there is some un-American activity going on in the a/c controls(where’s HI, MAX and their friend NORM?)
I’ll never understand foreign car a/c controls, “more arrow mien herr? Yah…more arrow is gut”
I’m going with Triumph TR7
Total shot in the dark…I’ll say first gen (1977-79) Datsun 200SX.
I know I’ve seen that floor shifter somewhere before.
I’m going late 70s Datsun too. Which one though?
How about a mid-1970’s Opel Manta?
definitely not a Opel Manta – I had two Mantas in the early ’80’s!
They had round vents, 2 in the middle and 1 on each side of the dash!
Sneaky clue, for anyone who knows shifters would think that’s a 70’s vintage Ford, but it is in fact a TR7, minus the radio.
Definitely a 69/70 Ford style automatic shifter, seen it on Cougars/Mustangs but the rest is an Import. Got me stumped!
Looks like my early 80’s Datsun truck.
That’s an impressive amount of wear on the shifter stalk!
Definitely Triumph TR, probably, and to be different I’ll say it’s a TR8, re-engined with something that won’t go bang (302?). Although I hope it’s a TR7, cos I just found a picture of the Crayford TR7 Tracer station wagon whic I’m dying to post. Rather than improve upon the TR7’s looks (that would be too easy), it accentuated and worsened them (thought to be impossible, but there you go).
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