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That BMW is a prototype 507 probably made around 1956 with a series number of 70.001.

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The blue sedan is a Studebaker Lark, maybe from around 1962 or so. The big car at the bottom looks like a 30s Bugatti Royale.

The firetruck is something old, maybe a Faegol from the '50s. No idea what the first two concepts are, the first looks like something from the '90s and the 2nd from the '70s...vaguely reminds me of a Matchbox Lamborghini Marzal from the early '70s.

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Yes it is a Lambo and the first one somehow makes me think it was a Pinninfarina concept.

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That Lark could be a bit later than '62, I'm guessing that the puke green thing is a '74ish Lotus, and the concept looks like something from an Italian design house circa '85 ish... Maybe a Citroen badged styling exercise?

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That Lark could be a bit later than '62, I'm guessing that the puke green thing is a '74ish Lotus, and the concept looks like something from an Italian design house circa '85 ish... Maybe a Citroen badged styling exercise?

The gray concept looks more '90s than '80s, look at the wheel size. Kind of reminds me of some Ford Ghia concepts. The green car is probably a '70s Bertone concept for Lamborghini. Not sure which one.

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This first photo has to be from the late 90's to current time frame, they remind me of some wheels I have seen on Buick concepts.

The girl is Cute, will take here too with the car. :P

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This first photo has to be from the late 90's to current time frame, they remind me of some wheels I have seen on Buick concepts.

The girl is Cute, will take here too with the car. :P

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This first photo has to be from the late 90's to current time frame, they remind me of some wheels I have seen on Buick concepts.

The girl is Cute, will take here too with the car. :P

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As usual, the mint green cab-forward car with

the mid-engined/3-passenger layoutis the one

that stump almost everyone. I love this car

because it was one of the first cars I fell in

love with as a kid. Years before I ever knew

what a Chevy, Cadillac or GM were.

My dad had a "WhizzWheels" 1:64 toy replica

of this fascinating concept. I still have it to this

day, with an awesome patina & half it's paint

worn off.

Turns out it was powered by Chevrolet 327,

and it's styling was ahead of it's time enough

where you guys all assumed it was a lot newer

then it really is. Another awesome feature of

this car is the way it foreshadowed the 1993

McLaren F1 exotic road car.

WMJ:

You're right about the Alfa Romeo Bat Eleven.

BUT

No Dodge Brother's product appears in here.

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#2 : I know this design- have pics of it in my files, it's late '60s IIRC. One-off concept. I want to say it's a Bertone Lambo...

#3 : '63 Lark.

#4 : '53 Fargo

#6 : '30 Bugatti Royale

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is the firetruck a lafrance? i saw one very close to that the other day on the way to easly whilest paying a visit to hawks 3rd gen.

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As usual, the mint green cab-forward car with

the mid-engined/3-passenger layoutis the one

that stump almost everyone. I love this car

because it was one of the first cars I fell in

love with as a kid. Years before I ever knew

what a Chevy, Cadillac or GM were.

I seem to remember a matchbox of this car...

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If Matchbox made one I missed it and have never seen it.

That would shock me... esp. since I've got hundreds of Matchbox cars.

not as many as my Hot Wheels but still a LOT!

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The Matchbox in question may still exist, I'll check when I stop in at my mom's.

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Anyone else?

Beauler.... Beauler.... Beuler....

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