Guess That Car game - By Clues Only

Labcoatguy

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Duesenberg II? Can't think of any other classic American names revived and rekilled.
 

Labcoatguy

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Oh, the Blackhawk then. Goddamn all the new Stutzes were HIDEOUS. Even the modern pimp would recoil at their tastelesness.
 
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Labcoatguy

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:puke:

Anyway.

1. This car was available in only one body configuration (two-door, 4-seat coupe) through almost its entire lifestyle, except for a few convertibles in its sixth generation.
2. It steadily grew in wheelbase until the fourth generation, and steadily shrank in wheelbase until the final generation, when it grew slightly.
 

CrzRsn

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Well that was quick. Yup, your turn.
I was looking at 8th gen Rivieras on craigslist last week, so I had the wiki page open for a few days.

Heres the next one

Clue 1: This car was considered to be ahead of its time, but it turned out to be quite unpopular because of its styling.
Clue 2: It had a very clever feature that allowed the driver to check fluid levels without opening the bonnet.
Clue 3: This clever feature also made servicing the car very difficult.
 
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73GMCSprint

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I'm bored and I feel like giving this game a jump start.

1.This car has shared platforms with 3 models from its parent company over its production span.
2.The first generation of this car was styled to be more "European" than it's platform-mate.
 
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