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OG | 1971 De Tomaso 1600GT | This prototype also designed by Tom Tjaarda was obviously copied from the Fiat X1/9 but was the first to be displayed at the 1971 Turin Motor Show.

OG | 1971 De Tomaso 1600GT | This prototype also designed by Tom Tjaarda was obviously copied from the Fiat X1/9 but was the first to be displayed at the 1971 Turin Motor Show.

OG | 1971 De Tomaso 1600GT | This prototype also designed by Tom Tjaarda was obviously copied from the Fiat X1/9 but was the first to be displayed at the 1971 Turin Motor Show.

OG | 1971 De Tomaso 1600GT | This prototype also designed by Tom Tjaarda was obviously copied from the Fiat X1/9 but was the first to be displayed at the 1971 Turin Motor Show.

1955 GMC L'Universelle Concept Truck. Touches of Nomad, Caddy bumperettes ... what a great machine.

AMC Gremlin - Like other AMC cars (see the Pacer) the Gremlin can be seen as either a daring leap forward by an innovative underdog ... or as a desperate attempt to do something – anything – that would stand out in a marketplace dominated by larger competitors. Despite its odd looks – and despite being named for a mythical creature said to cause mechanical problems – the Gremlin actually sold fairly well for an AMC model. A total of about 675,000 were produced.