A station wagon on a 4WD chassis, AMC beat the world to the crossover craze by over twenty years. (Personally I don’t find this car ugly)
That car is just “Look at my headlights, Im a Nissan GTR but smooth, but Im not, im a sedan, and a crossover SUV, my doors are mazda RX8 so Im a 4 door coupe, WOO I DONT KNOW WHAT I AM HELP MEEEEE”
Meyers Manx the classic dune buggy
nissan y30 wagon
Panther 6 - the rear overhang is massive, to accomodate the 600-hp, twin-turbo 8.2-liter Cadillac V8. And the 6 wheel arrangement is pretty gimmicky. But overall, I think this car is the epitome of cool. I just wish they’d have had the money (and the right tire supplier) to put it into production.
Malaise woody wagon. But it’s from Japan. WTF.
That was for the Thunderbirds live-action film, not the TV series that spawned it. Still very outrageous though.
I know thought it was american at first.
Dear God Nissan made a Roadmaster.
A more boxy Roadmaster with a twin turbo 6 (not the RB, but that can be remedied…). Sounds like the best of all worlds.
The top one looks sweet, the G Wagon maintains that '70s era UN ambulance look.
The C111 is not ugly at all, in my view at least. It still looks like a futuristic spacecraft more than 40 years after it debuted. As for the G-Wagen… it’s not conventionally beautiful, but not really ugly either, and maintains the same butch and thuggish appearance it has had since 1978.
I can not agree more on that, I don’t even really find it good to look at but it’s just so unusual I like it