Thursday, April 1, 2010

Name this Car...

NO, I don't know what the damn thing is... but I've seen it in books of rare cars.

I'm doing my research, you do yours, maybe we'll figure it out.








Good Luck, the winner gets... (Not a damn thing)

t


EDIT: you can't just say: "OH! Its a Floosyberg Fluten Snoozer" either, Prove it.

3 comments:

ninjadragonfly said...

I say some sort of Chrysler???

texasshinergirl said...

What ever it is, it is German.

Terry Smelser said...

1936 STOUT SCARAB.

"The 1936 Stout Scarab came about in the early 1930s when William B. Stout, head of the Stout Engineering Laboratories in Dearborn, Michigan, dreamed of rear-engine/rear-wheel drive. "When we finally 'unhitch Old Dobbin' from the automobile," he wrote in Scientific American, "the driver will have infinitely better vision from all angles. The automobile will be lighter and more efficient and yet safer, the ride will be easier, and the body will be more roomy without sacrificing maneuverability."

http://www.indiacar.com/infobank/stout.htm
and Here
http://tinyurl.com/29n8srv
More here
http://auto.howstuffworks.com/1936-stout-scarab.htm

Only 9 ever made, there is only 5 left.
It Seems there is ONE of them in The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California.

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