So like many of you out there who’ve waited on pins and needles for the answer to last week’s vehicle featured it was the Volvo P1900. It was unique to the say the least, and this coming from a company known for incorporating odd #’s of cylinders in its engine bays. The real aim of this model was to cut into sales of Chevrolet’s proven sports car, the Corvette. Where the P1900 got it so wrong was in quality control. Rumor has it the executives didn’t think they would survive driving it. Our loss! Only 68 examples were produced.
The correct answer was submitted by Andrew from the UK by way of Texas. And if I had any budget for prizes, you’d get a big foam finger. As things are, you’ll just need to settle for an “attaboy”. Attaboy Andrew!
Now on to this week’s anonymous automotive model…
Name this model, and reason for automotive obscurity. Ready, set, go!