Here’s a very typical parking lot – this one happens to be at the Warner Brother’s studios – which is filled with cars you normally wouldn’t even notice if they passed you on the street. But there’s one that kinda’ sticks out, can you find it? Better, do you know what it is? And if you’ve got nothing better to do tonight, try and name all the vehicles in the pic.
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There's the white car that looks like a Fiat 500, an '80s Porsche 911 in red, and a '90s Jaguar XJ6. All of these would turn my head.Loading…
Ham damnsters. Subaru 360. Center parking row, right side. Third car from far end.Loading…
Or from the obvious-answer department, that long-box crew-cab Chevy pickup sure sticks out into the aisle.
The green car hiding behind the Saturn Vue appeals to me, but I can't tell what it is.Loading…
Good call. I see it too; not sure. Doesn't quite look like a first-generation Mustang; I would've said '55 Studebaker but that's not quite right, either.Loading…
That was my first instinct – ’65ish Mustang fastback, although I wouldn’t argue too forcefully for that.Loading…
'55 Studebaker might not be right, but the nose sure looks like a '53-'54 Studebaker. The bumper looks a little too big to be a Barracuda.Loading…
I thought the hood looked too square/flat for an earlier car, but you're right, the nose is off either way.Loading…
I was thinking Citroen DS. I'm probably wrong though.Loading…
Porsche 928 with non functioning headlights?Loading…
Yeah, I want to say 67/68 Mustang Fastback but there is not much visible on the front end. If it's Warner Bros., maybe a Bullitt tribute car?Loading…
Is it a '65 Barracuda fastback? That front end doesn't look very Mustang. And the little white car I would say is a Fiat 500.Loading…
I see that , but there is something that might be interesting on the right side too. Between the Saturn Vue and the 4-door GM pick-up. You can only see the nose poking out, but it doesn't look boring.Loading…
I wanna say it look close to a Subie 360…but I am also leaning towards Fiat 600 or Zastava 750.Loading…
OK, 'cause I'm bored, here we go. Starting at the left and working clockwise around the perimeter:
There's the very tail end of something I can't tell
BMW 5 series
Motorcycles in the corner?
Toyota 4 Runner or Saab 9-3X
Silerado Crew Cab Long Bed
Silerado Crew Cab Short Bed
Gen 1 Mustang Fastback (nose doesn't look right for a 'cuda)
Audi or Jetta
Now, onto the center row, right side:
Back down the left side:
What do ya think?Loading…
Clockwise, from lower left:
Center rows, clockwise from bottom left
Fiat Cinquecento (!)
Guesses with a ?, wild guesses with ??, and I had no idea on that there one.Loading…
The Ford Transit Connect in the far background facing towards the left is the right answer.
Remember, this is LA. Porsches, Jags and Fiat 500s are a dime a dozen.Loading…
Hm, we might have to measure pixels, are you sure it isn't a Freightliner-Dodge-Mercedes Sprinter?Loading…
That's what I thought at first, but the wheelbase seems to be too short for a Sprinter. The height is difficult to judge. It could be too tall for a Transit Connect. Maybe it's some weird backlot transportation device.Loading…
The Pathfinder is a XTerra, close enough. The G35 seems more like a CTS to me.
I think it's either a Venza or an Edge. The Pacifica doesn't have pano roof. And I think it's a Jetta after the ML.Loading…
what about the green Jag?Loading…
See my list just above. I think what you called a Venza is a Lincoln MKX, could be a Ford Edge. What you called a Routan is definitely an '05-'07 Odyssey. Two above the Ody isn't a 911, but I don't know what it is. Cougar maybe? Up to the left of the Boxter is a Civic I think. I originally said Malibu, you said Accord. I agree that older car next to the Vue isn't a Barracuda, but I see more Mustang than P1800, though it's hard to tell.Loading…