for inflicting this one upon the viewers earlier than intended. Seems someone else found this grotesque buttnugget of a car at the AACA Museum.
An example of too much styling packed into one car.
Yes the retracting tinted sunroof, the coves/filets, and the headrest seats were years ahead of their time, but this car is just plain unattractive.
To make it worse, a perfectly good XK 120 chassis is underneath this.
It was originally Dark Green, Flajole's favorite color, and one of the later owners evidently changed it to the billious purple before it was donated to the Blackhawk Museum, who obviously didn't want this monstrosity, and it ended up on the auction block at The Quail in 2009, and somehow ended up at the AACA Museum in Hershey.
At least Flajole designed the Nash Metropolitan, I'll give him kudos for that very nice little car.