Classic American

Ford Bearcat

Concept cars, teasers, show queens – call them what you will – are generally built to gauge public reaction. Either that, or to project forthcoming styling features which will filter down on to mainstream production models. The car seen here never saw daylight, let alone a stand in an exhibition hall. It was a one-week

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