|Yup, stylized Ford Mustang. Overall proportions are closest to the 1969-1970 models.
|The windows and cabin area look to be based off of a early 1970s Dodge Dart or Plymouth Duster. Headlights and taillights are both borrowed from Chevrolet Impala models though.
|Looks like a Cadillac-Gage Commando, but they've redesigned the back of it to be more like an APC.
|Based on the front end treatment, this would be a 1973-1975 model F-series, rather than a 1969.
|This is a later 1970s Plymouth Volare sedan.
|Ford F-100. With that grille, it's a 1971.
|This is indeed a Chevrolet. That grille would make it a 1977 or 1978 C-10.
|Yep, this is a Ford LTD or LTD-S, a lower trim level than the LTD Crown Victoria.
|Strongly resembles the Peterbilt from the film Duel, right down to the trailer.
|Yep, 3100 Panel Truck. The grille makes it a 1954 model.
Looks to be based on "The Beast" which was a custom-built shooting brake that used a Rolls-Royce Merlin aircraft motor.
|1958 Plymouth. The chrome trim on the side would likely make this a Savoy model.
|The lack of a scoop on the upper fender behind the door does indeed confirm that this is a Boss 302 model.
|I'd suggest the Kawasaki KZ1000R, specifically the Kerker-liveried Eddie Lawson Edition. Exact same paint job and graphics, and the bike design is mostly the same too.
|This is indeed a 1969 Ford Mustang. The blackout hood treatment was offered on the Mach 1 and the Boss 302, but that hood scoop was only on the Mach 1. Boss 302's had a flat hood.
|Ford C-Series perhaps?
|Looks to me like a '67 or '68 Mercury Cougar. There is a Hot Wheels version of it, so it could genuinely be a toy as previously mentioned.
|The Mercedes Autobahnkurier is a pretty dead-on match.
|1940 Ford Deluxe coupe.
|Looks to be a 1954 Chevrolet. Not 100% sure which trim level though, maybe a Two-Ten?
|Definitely a European truck, either a Scania, a Volvo, or a MAN. Hard to say which going off of just the side view though.
Maybe a Ford Consul Capri? Similarly-shaped cabin, subtle rear fins, and dual headlights are all pretty close.
|If anything this shares some slight resemblance to a fintail Mercedes, but the proportions are pretty exaggerated.
|This bodystyle ran '81 to '87 for the C/K pickups. I'd agree this is a C10, doesn't appear to be a 4x4.
|I would also say this is a little closer to a "Kenmeri" era Skyline.
|Super Stock Darts had a differently-shaped cutout for the rear wheels, which arched higher into the body to give clearance for bigger tires. This car's standard rear fenders and GT stripe mean it should probably be labeled as a GT, despite the hood.
|The cab, especially the distinctive hood which hinges from the middle, makes this more of a '50s Dodge B-series truck than a Chevrolet.
I think this is at least partially based on the Pontiac LeMans seen in The Terminator. Even the name "Resistance Car" seems like a tongue-in-cheek nod to the film. It's also a pretty close match visually, especially the rear end which is very similar.
|This second-gen bodystyle is called the Scout II.
|I completely agree, the two-door style shown here is closer to the Cherokee that debuted in 1974. The only thing I'd say is that the vertical slotted grille with square lights is more like the early 1980s Cherokee.
|Agreed, this is the 67-68 bodystyle. The lack of fake vents in the side scoop suggests that this is a '68 Mustang.
|With that grille, this would be a 1963.
|Taillight textures are borrowed from an early '70s Dart/Duster, grille is borrowed from a '69 Plymouth Satellite. However, the overall shape of the body is pretty close to the 1979 Chevrolet Malibu. Definitely a bit of a hodgepodge.
|Actually this would be a 1963 Impala, not a '62 on account of the slightly different grille and headlight assembly.
|Appears to be a '65 Cadillac. Doesn't seem to have any chrome side mouldings, so probably a Series 62 rather than a Coupe de Ville.
|This is a GTO, rather than a Firebird.
|Actually, it appears to be based on the Bedford OY military truck. Even the vent pattern on the hood is a match.
|Looks like a WWII-era GMC CCKW truck.
|With that grille, this would be a 1971 or 1972 C-10. The interior rearview mirror appears to be attached to the windshield directly, which would specify 1972.
|Agreed, it's a dead-ringer for a '79 Ramcharger.
|This may merit a Made for Game status, although it is definitely muscle car-inspired. The cabin is shifted more rearward than on a '67 Camaro, and the front has a wraparound chrome bumper of sorts. Both of those things make this look a little more like a 1971 Plymouth GTX than the Camaro it's listed as. Even the overall grille shape is fairly close.
|Seems to be loosely based on the APC from Aliens.
|From the front it resembles a '71-'73 Buick Riviera.
|Looks more like an early '60s C-10. Non-wraparound windshield suggests 1964-1966 model.
|Grille and taillights indicate this is a '70 rather than a '71.
|1970 Dodge Polara. Slightly stylized, but the grille and overall proportions are a near perfect match.
|Combination of the GAZ 69 front end and UAZ 469 body.
|Fiat 2300 Coupe
|I also see a bit of the AMX/3 concept as well.
|Buick Regal or Grand National, the GNX wasn't offered with the T-Top roof to the best of my knowledge.