|There's a green version with fake wood panelling that Panam uses for a while. Sucks that you can't keep it.|
I like that this purchasable one appears to have the spare wheel fitted though. Not sure if that's actually the case, but it's a nice little detail.
| car-dude44 wrote |
For unlicensed cars some wiggle room is allowed and a car doesn't need to be 100% accurate for it to be considered to be based off something. In this instance, I'm with ya, looks like a shortened Aurora.
|I see a 1964 Ford Aurora concept that's been shortened and given a more "muscle" front end. So I guess MFG?|
|Right now it is hard to judge what this vehicle is. |
However I believe this has 1971-1972 Plymouth Satellite front influence. Mostly it is the halo grille. Also, 1975 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser wagon rear window influence, as it is wraparound...although I think this is most likely Pacer inspired, who knows.
We cannot attribute a name to this vehicle instantly.
|AMC Pacer rear.|
|I think this is based off of this custom Dodge Challenger|
|The latest trailer (The Gig) offers a good view of what is probably the rear of the wagon:|
| Bond007stig wrote |
I'm not seeing it. The shape is all wrong.
|Jensen Interceptor maybe?|
|I'd call this a hatchback at this point.|
|Actually there was Mustang Wagon(Even GT350 Wagon)|
|Actually, there IS such a thing as a Mustang wagon, but it's not a factory built model. Rather, it was modified by Italian coachbuilder Intermeccanica. If you search Google, there's a good few out there.|
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