• Datsun 280ZX Turbo
    [image src=" downtownmotorcarsales.com/pics/1982-datsun-280zx-turbo-jim-wolf-tech-350hp-kit-two-owner-vehicle-since-1982-2.jpg" width="300px"/]

  • MGC
    [image src=" 13252-presscdn-0-94.pagely.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/1968-MGC-GT-Front.jpg" width="300px"/]

  • [image src=" conceptcarz.com/images/Pontiac/69-Pontiac-GTO_Coupe-DV-08_RMM-03.jpg" width="400px"/]

    '69 GTO, Offset Tach housing in hood.

  • [image src=" opelclub.com/assets/images/autogen/a_1972_Opel_GT.jpg" width="400px"/]

    Opel GT, Bump in Hood for Air Cleaner

  • Plucked from DT's own history.
    [image src=" 2.bp.blogspot.com/-T1z8_U-XwgY/U184wRx0d3I/AAAAAAAAZEU/J9vK_u88yQs/s1600/2b.jpgm" width="400px"/]

  • 924 Carrera GT

    [image src=" 924.org/models/modelpics/CarreraGT/81_924_1024.jpg" width="400px"/]

    Apologies if script did not work

  • My favorite; the 1961 Plymouth Asimmetrica

    [image src=" carstyling.ru/en/car/1961_plymouth_asimmetrica/images/27798/" width="400px"/]

  • It would be rude not to mention the fist-gen DSM and its 4G63 clearance hump. Rather than choose the more obvious Mitsubishi Eclipse or Eagle Talon versions, I'll go with the oddball Plymouth Laser RS Turbo.

    [image src=" i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTA2NlgxNjAw/z/ML4AAOSwXj5XG~gI/$_1.JPG"/]

  • I suppose the Isetta's door qualifies:

    [image src=" myautoworld.com/BMW/history/1950/isetta/1956_Isetta_300_Export.jpg" width="400px"/]

    • At some point we're all going to start posting pics of left side and right side gas fillers…

      But I think the engine cooling duct on the right side DEFINITELY qualifies.

    • Like this?

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    • Like this?

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  • First-generation Fiat Panda

    [image src=" upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4c/Fiat_panda_1_v_sst.jpg" width="400px"/]

    • Oh gawd Adam, you just caused a flashback for me. One of these used to be my vacation ride, when I would visit my in-laws in France. What a truly dismal excuse for an automobile (except for the unburstable engine, maybe). Asymmetry was the least of its sins.

    • Wheeler Dealers did one up recently – not my favorite one I'm afraid – Edd painted it olive green, textured with rubbery bits like a non-slip stair tread, using a *roller*! – ugh

  • I can't figure out your image link,, but your list needs to include the Turbo Trans Am.

    yenko.net/attachments/usergals/2013/01/full-887-2295-cst_and_rally_sport_and_trans_am_004.jpg

  • Chevy Nova. Not actually asymmetric, it's just that body by Fisher meant it was bolted to the frame crooked.

  • Mercedes W124 diesel with the slotted right front fender:

    [image src=" i.ytimg.com/vi/8AbdkSfU9wk/maxresdefault.jpg" width="400px"/]

  • 1980's Dodge Shelby Charger Turbo:

    [image src=" turbododge.com/forums/attachments/cars-sale/49654d1340408770-1985-dodge-shelby-charger-5000-dsc_0146.jpg" width="400px"/] Shelby Turbo

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