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    Help!

    I see a car every day on my ride home from school that I need home identifying. it has four front lights, and they are in the grill[black] and its a coupe. Its not an old muscle car, I can tell you that. Its yellow and it looks similar to an Alfa-Romeo Montreal but im positive its not. Please if any one has any ideas it would put my mind at ease. [Please post pics if you have any ideas]. Thanks!!!
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    Is it possible it's a kit-car? From the side-profile of that Montreal, that you're comparing this mystery car to, I'd take a wild guess that it's an old Elan. (Lotus)

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    I didnt mean like the side profile, just the frontal appearence. The rims were also black and they had the same general design as those on the Montreal.
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    The 1st thing came to mind was the DeTomaso Mangusta.
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    I dont think it was as expensive as these.I will try and get a cell pic tomorrow.

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    Pontiac Beaumont?
    .....likes NASCAR

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    no thats a muscle car and I know for a fact it wasnt. I could just tell by looking at it.

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    first gen toyota celica?

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    How about an Iso Grifo ? The DeTomaso was derived from it.

    on the picture left is a Bizzarini 3500 (GT?).On the right is a Iso Grifo.

    The Iso was exported to the USA quite a lot compared to the numbers sold in europe.
    The engine inlet doesn't need to be like this.This one is a 7 litre. A five litre engine was also available.These had other engine air inlets.
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