Mystery Car

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Today we say goodbye to another July and hello to yet another Mystery Car contest, our Friday time waster that let’s you flex your car-identifying mental muscle. Regardless of the month, you can count on it to give you something to do other than work on the eve of your weekend. Also as always, make and model if you please.
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12 responses to “Mystery Car”

  1. Rust-MyEnemy Avatar

    I’m going to say 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer and then stop looking at it because it’s driving me nuts.

  2. Greg Kachadurian Avatar
    Greg Kachadurian

    Oh-oh-oh I know! I’m not gonna answer since I’m “staff” but it’s closely related to my car.

  3. Mike Avatar
    Mike

    Base model bmw E90 pre facelift

    1. Greg Kachadurian Avatar
      Greg Kachadurian

      I’m actually thinking it is the LCI. It has a few features that aren’t on my pre-LCI.

      1. Mike Avatar
        Mike

        I double checked, I think we’re both wrong…

        1. Greg Kachadurian Avatar
          Greg Kachadurian

          You could still get the LCIs with halogens and they had that angel eye along with the silver accent thing running along the top. The whole structure of it looks similar to me.

          1. Mike Avatar
            Mike

            The bulb doesn’t match and the creases on the secondary headlamp have a different shape. But, it might be a variation depending on the market US vs. Europe. Plus the LCI has the rings even on the halogen versions.

  4. jesus Avatar
    jesus

    Subaru wrx?

  5. SeanKHotay Avatar
    SeanKHotay

    1962 Chrysler Imperial

  6. Scubie Avatar
    Scubie

    Looks Honda-ish… 06-09 Civic?

  7. Joshua Williams Avatar
    Joshua Williams

    That looks an awful lot like the headlamps on my family’s Nissan Versa (C11, 2004-2012)

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