Last week, in an attempt to slow the Googlers again, I asked you to please identify this car. Clue: early 1930s. It was one of my favorites, the Bucciali TAV, with the underslung chassis making the stance most aggressive. But what a car! It was Front Wheel Drive, before Citroen’s Traction Avant and had an infinitely variable automatic transmission made by Sensaud de Lavaud.
So to this week. Why did the bug-eye Sprite get eyes on the bonnet?
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Last week’s Quiz Car.