Mystery Car For Sunday

The last “mystery” car proved entirely unmysterious, partly because DTW’s readership includes ex-owners and people with uncanny memories and powers of observation. 

Gorgeous quality.

It’s time to take the oven gloves off. All I can say is that it’s rear-drive. I’ll get back when I feel you’ve twisted long enough in the wind.

Author: richard herriott

I like anchovies. I dislike post-war town planning.

16 thoughts on “Mystery Car For Sunday”

  1. That’s difficult. I like the delicate chrome border, and the brightwork has a nice, anodised sheen to it. But the latter’s too bright for an ’80s/’90s Mercedes, and BMW’s brighter still. Audi didn’t shape their b-posts in this fashion, so I guess the car in question isn’t German.

  2. Could it be a Jaguar? XF (former generation) maybe?
    The Pillar looks very similar there, and my image search even showed some ill-fitting examples like the one you have shown.

    1. You might be right. I was thinking of Alfa Giulia (resurrected name, RWD), but the thickness of chrome strip related to the black pillar parts is lower on the Alfa.

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