• Niiiice. I'd forgotten about those.
      [img] allpar.com/photos/chrysler/lebaron/1987-GTC.jpg[/img]
      They don't pop up as much as they swivel in place, but it is legit!!

    • gotta re-live the DT work
      [img] 1.bp.blogspot.com/-45iTKj86Wtk/VIjOw5XI05I/AAAAAAAAgjA/c_4RJcFZSPM/s1600/Porsche928.gif[/img]

  • Ha ha! Hey, wait a minute…there's a rule because I just go on and on and on? Jeez, I can't win. I get no respect.

    One of my faves – the Ginetta Dare DZ
    [img] i4.photobucket.com/albums/y148/montybay/dz1-1.jpg[/img]

  • mk2 prelude

    ask me how i know – a pickup truck rolled backwards into me at 0.01 MPH at a traffic light on a slight hill – no room for me to back up out of his way – the tops of the lights were jammed back into the hood a tiny bit, but enough to lock the hood shut – bring a can opener

  • This would be an harder game to name all of the automakers that have never made a production car with pop-up headlights. Just sayin'.

    Cord 810
    [img] ohioconcours.com/1999/99-111.jpg[/img]

  • Cord 810 Sportsman
    [img] i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s–mtqoYqqX–/c_fit,fl_progressive,q_80,w_636/hp7zl4xluyzwueh7welq.jpg[/img]

  • Toyota Corolla AE86. Gif because it's awesome.

    [img] 33.media.tumblr.com/f69ed9281c4104036787573b4cc2c01e/tumblr_nizol00xh61qik957o1_400.gif [/img]

  • BMW M1

    btw, this page is taking forever to reload – might need to do a new post, list what we have so far, and say no photos in comments

  • Toyota Celica – many generations – I'll pick 5th.
    [img] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Celica#mediaviewer/File:CelicaST185GT4AFresnoF.jpg[/img]

    • [img] bringatrailer.com/wp-content/plugins/PostviaEmail/images/1990_Toyota_Celica_GT_Four_AWD_Rally_WRC_For_Sale_Front_resize.jpg[/img]

  • 1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
    [img] image.hotrod.com/f/8838131+w750+st0/113_0502_02z+1966_oldsmobile_toronado+front_left_view.jpg[/img]

  • 1988 Porsche 930 Slant Nose Turbo
    [img] carpictures.com/pics/full/06EIE471622017A/Porsche-930-Slant-Nose-Turbo-1988-06EIE471622017A.jpeg[/img]

  • Does this count for two since it's got 4 lights? πŸ˜‰

    1991 Cizeta V16T
    [img] 3.bp.blogspot.com/_JRuJCoqBn4Q/TH5rpEdWQHI/AAAAAAAABNo/_Xlxw2pqHN0/s1600/1991+Cizeta+Moroder+V16T_4.jpg[/img]

  • You guys get a break from me. Gotta go to work. One last one; Opel GT
    [img] modifiyeliarabalar.net/imagdatas/vJ712954.jpg[/img]

  • 1968 Galaxie 500 XL Fastback
    [img] stevensautomotivemuseum.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/1968-Galaxie-500-XL-Fastback-side.jpg[/img]

  • 1938 Buick Y-Job
    [img] cdn.newsday.com/polopoly_fs/1.5733275.1374343136!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/display_600/image.jpg[/img]

  • ==============================================
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    1938 Buick Y-Job
    1942 DeSotoΒ 
    1963 Corvette Stingray
    1963 Lamborghini 350 GTV
    1966 Oldsmobile Toronado
    1968 Galaxie 500 XL Fastback
    1969 Chevy Caprice
    1969 Toyota 2000GT
    1971 Dodge Charger SE Hardtop
    1973 Dodge Monaco
    1974 Lancia Stratos
    1980 Aston Martin Bulldog Concept
    1985 Honda Elite 150 Deluxe
    1986 Pontiac Fiero
    1987-1991 Chrysler LeBaron Two-Door
    1988 Porsche 930 Slant Nose Turbo
    1991 Buick Reatta
    1991 Cizeta V16T
    1st Gen Integra
    1st Gen Maserati Ghibli
    3rd Gen Honda Accord
    BMW 850
    BMW E31 (8-Series)
    BMW M1
    Bricklin SV-1
    Capri 91-94
    Cord 810
    Cord 810 Sportsman
    Cougar 67-70
    De Tomaso Pantera
    Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona.
    Ferrari 365/512 BB
    Fiat X1/9
    First Generation Mitsubishi Eclipse/Eagle Talon/Pontiac Laser
    Ford Probe 1st Gen
    Gen 1 Aston Martin Lagonda
    Ginetta Dare DZ
    Honda/ Acura NSX
    K2 Mystery CarFebruary 19, 2015 at 11:29 AM
    Lamborghini Countach
    Lamborghini Urraco
    Lincoln Mark "X"
    Lotus Elan.
    Lotus Esprit
    Maserati Bora
    Mazda FD RX-7
    Mazda RX-7(The only one I have owned)
    Mitsubishi 3000GT
    mk2 Impulse
    mk2 prelude
    mk3 Celica
    mk3 prelude
    Mk3 Supra
    mk4 Celica
    Mr. Two: AW11 Toyota MR2
    NA Miata
    New Yorker 74-78
    New Yorker 79-81
    Nissan 240SXΒ 
    Opel GT
    Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird
    Pontiac 3rd Gen F-Body
    Porsche 914
    Porsche 928
    Porsche 968
    S12 200SX
    Saab Sonett III
    Starion
    Subaru XT
    SW20 MR2
    Thunderbird 67-71
    Thunderbird 80-82
    Torino 70-71
    Toyota Celica – many generations – I'll pick 5th.
    Toyota Corolla AE86. Gif because it's awesome.
    Triumph TR7.
    Triumph TR8
    Vector M12
    Vector W8
    Volvo 480

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  • #@$#@$ I was seriously about to say Geo Storm. I'll say Plymouth Laser since the original poster a) called it a "Pontiac Laser" and b) listed three cars in one post.

  • 1986 Mazda 929 Coupe [img] bringatrailer.com/wp-content/plugins/PostviaEmail/images/1986_Mazda_929_Coupe_For_Sale_resize.jpg[/img]

  • 2nd gen Ford Probe

    (nice pull on the LTD—based on several replies here, are we counting fixed headlights with hideaway covers as pop-ups?)

  • (hidden versus pop-up – excellent question – I'm going to beg forgiveness if called on it)

    Ginetta G33
    [img] motorlegend.com/images-voiture/edito/ginetta-g33-v8-23135.jpg[/img]

  • Mazda 323
    [img] s1151.photobucket.com/user/ndlm88/media/Mobile%20Uploads/1991_mazda_323-pic-7429821561353250950_zpscp0ezods.jpeg.html[/img]

  • To give that lonely Honda scooter up above some company, 1984 Suzuki Katana GSX750 Limited.

    [img] suzukicycles.org/photos/suzuki-history/1984/1984_GSX750S_Katana_520.jpg[/img]

  • Triumph Fury prototype
    [img] bringatrailer.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/1965_Triumph_Fury_Michelotti_Prototype_For_Sale_Front_1.jpg[/img]

  • Light Car Company Rocket. The head lights swing into the body.
    [img] pics.imcdb.org/7478/lccrocket3.jpg[/img]

    [img] img.suggest.com/slides/6/4/3/7/9/8/643798732/1d44435addec054c0edfedbbb88d1f6877cba31d.jpeg[img]

  • Porsche Tapiro

    [img] main-designyoutrust.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads6/porsche_tapiro_06.jpg[/img]

    but i'm gonna say vince should make a ruling to ban concept and prototype cars because it's fixing to be a long night

  • 1978-79 Dodge Magnum used a clear headlamp cover that would flop down.
    [img] cdn.makeagif.com/media/2-20-2015/_jbF_i.gif[/img]

  • Hurry up people, I have a lot more. BTW, nice job everyone!

    AC 3000 ME
    [img] classiccars4sale.net/images/made/images/uploads/c2c/ac1_420_280_84_int_s_c1.jpg[/img]

    • OK, I'm in to keep everyone working overtime…
      This is a picture I took of my neighbor's Stiletto when he was selling it.
      [img] shorey.net/Auto/American/GM/Chevrolet/Camaro/1983%20chevrolet%20camaro%20stiletto-01.jpg[/img]

  • God I love this car; Panther Solo
    [img] 4.bp.blogspot.com/-D9jy_QhjUII/T4OEi-EDlRI/AAAAAAAAJiA/NUDfp9H_R6o/s1600/panther%2Bsolo%2B1.jpg[/img]

  • Elva GT160
    [img] upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/af/Elva_160_(2009-08-07)_ret.jpg/280px-Elva_160_(2009-08-07)_ret.jpg[/img]

  • Lotus Excel
    [img] leblogauto.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/Joest_Jonathan_Ouaknine/Lotus_Excel.jpg[/img]

  • Ferrari Rainbow

    [img] classicdriver.com/sites/default/files/styles/full_width_slider/public/import/articlesv2/images/_de/6892/Ferrari_Rainbow_Bertone_03pop.jpg?itok=O5oRvvKN[/img]

  • Chrysler 300 (1969 pictured)
    [img] 1.bp.blogspot.com/-RqZJKe3JQbY/UU9dG0r5XuI/AAAAAAAAEzk/2GOU08ruZkw/s1600/1969_chrysler_300.jpg[/img]

  • Heuliez Murene

    [img] classicdriver.com/sites/default/files/styles/full_width_slider/public/import/articlesv2/images/_de/7649/Porsche_914_6_Murene_01pop.jpg?itok=YlDU8N-t[/img]

  • Really scraping the bottom of the barrel –
    Maserati Boomerang
    [img] velocetoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/IMG_3568.jpg[/img]
    Check out the steering cluster –
    [img] strangevehicles.com/images/content/180935.jpg[/img]

  • Abarth-Fiat Scorpione
    [img] italian-classiccars.com/images/abarth/Abarth%20Fiat%20Scorpione%201300%201.jpg[/img]

  • Pop-Up Headlights: Where Did They Go? Dead-End Technology.

    Car and Driver

    caranddriver.com/features/pop-up-headlights-where-did-they-go-feature

  • Lamborghini 350GTV

    [img] i2.cdn.turner.com/money/dam/assets/130227144704-1963-lamborghini-350-gtv-collectible-lamborghinis-620xb.jpg[/img]

  • Cadillac Eldorado (1967 pictured)
    [img] c1.staticflickr.com/9/8439/7752097140_36e4206a65_z.jpg[/img]

    • We're doing prototype race cars now? That seems a little…uh, like you're stretching there, kaibeezy.

  • Pontiac Grand Prix
    [img] classicautoair.com/images/cars/gm/grandprix/68grandprix/68grandprixfront.jpg[/img]

  • Cripes, people! Don't slow down, I have more to add! Ford Ranchero GT
    [img] supermotors.net/getfile/689502/fullsize/dsc01662.jpg[/img]

    • I think there's some repetition going on, with "Mk 1", "Mk 2", Gen 1, Gen 2 and picking and choosing years. That's cheatin' folks!

    • I'm going to say that different generations count, but only because I want the game to continue into the wee hours of the night. Also, one-offs count, but they must be driveable. No clay model prototypes.

  • Holden VL Calais
    [img] upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/34/Holden_Calais_(1986-1988_VL_series)_04.jpg[/img]

    • You have got to do a search, kaibeezy! You're repeating cars that have already been mentioned. The Montego was a good find, though. Nice one on that!

  • i'll let you have that one, but no more fixies – Alfa Montreal notwithstanding

    Skoda 1100 GT

    [img] media1.huu.cz/images/media1:4942cced36669.jpg/slavkov_066.jpg[/img]

  • Autozam AZ-1
    [img] 3.bp.blogspot.com/-vZsmUZTmL54/UjeWhHe0AVI/AAAAAAAAEJ4/M0jpnQgXiRk/s1600/az550+type+a.jpg[/img]

  • I…must…resist…posting…concepts cars that never made it anywhere near production. Aw HECK. It never made it to production, but it's still worth mentioning the 1966 Duesenberg II.
    [img] oldcarsweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/1966Duesenberg.jpg[/img]

  • yes, the spandex car was a stretch… ba dum bum – but so cool with the winking headlights

    this one even more so – it's a visual without a visual at this point, but you should paste the img URL into another tab to catch my train of thought

    Keisei Electric AE100

    [img] 1999.co.jp/blog/img/100206_front.jpg[/img]

  • One of the coolest forgotten cars of all time…the Davis.
    [img] media-cache-ec0.pinimg.com/originals/02/16/5f/02165f4654a830cbf613adfb0e21f57a.jpg[/img]

  • I have more. Do I stop or keep going? Since I'm being punished for being enthusiastic and the rule to keep me on a leash is still intact, if nobody sets me free by posting…then I'm stuck. One last then (unless I'm allowed to keep going???). Pontiac Mera…but of course!

  • Well I guess mine is an honorable mention. The Fitch Phoenix. John Fitch was all ready to build more than his proto type when that damn book usage at any speed was published and the corvair was killed off. Thus Mr. Fitch's parts supplier was no longer building corvairs. I love this little thing and wish that they had built them as the proto type went for huge money after Mr Fitch passed away. blog.hemmings.com/?p=241851&refer=news

  • Chevrolet Impala (1969 pictured)
    [img] farm5.staticflickr.com/4065/4336556394_38795255bb_z.jpg[/img]

  • Lincoln Mark VI…I'm not even bothering with the img tag any longer, since I broke it.
    farm5.staticflickr.com/4077/4856143343_f38c8fc6a9_z.jpg

  • Ford GT70.

    I can only continue with concepts, unless I think of something. Perhaps Zach/Kai has some more actual factual production cars

    • The game is no fun with concepts. Then you're getting into one-off cars that don't really exist and were never produced for the public. I love your faith in me…unless Zach/Kai is your pet name for me. Sheesh. Once again, I get ZERO STREET CRED.

    • I took it as a given that you had additional. But the rules stipulate one car per post, so someone has to allow you to move on.

      And, for the record, the Ford GT70 was limited production.

    • You're right, w.neff! I shouldn't b*itch at you. Please keep posting concepts so that I can post production cars. I'll shut up about it.

  • 63 Chevrolet Testudo

    [img] s1.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/D8cks1kWoY9RvHSRE9EX2Q–/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3M7Y2g9NzY4O2NyPTE7Y3c9MTAyNDtkeD0wO2R5PTA7Zmk9dWxjcm9wO2g9NzAwO2lsPXBsYW5lO3E9NzU7dz05MzM-/ l.yimg.com/os/publish-images/autos/2014-11-13/c60d8040-6b65-11e4-9c00-ddc4ed7e1955_chevrolet_corvair_testudo_concept_car_9.jpg[/img]

  • my computer is choking on this tapeworm of a thread – vince, if you're there, can you start up a new one so we can continue? – (also, maybe you can port over the comments after 200 where the photos won't load – some awesome cars in there) – or if no response, i say we hijack the RX7 creampuff thread πŸ˜‰

    • Only problem with that idea is that you can no longer do a quick ctrl+F to see if someone else has posted a car yet, and if you want to check the old thread (this one), you're gonna have to choke on it anyway.

    • well, but i could leave it loaded in one tab, Ctrl-F check there, then go to the other tab, check there, then post – it's the slow loading that's getting me

    • I think it's clear that people are out of ideas. While I'm sure there are a few more out there, it's time to call time of death on this one, DT. The additions below are silly and repetitive at best.

      Kaibeezy, are you going to do a list again? That was super cool.

      Removing the concepts and unintentional repeats, we've surely got well over 200 cars on the list.

    • even that short list i made was a hassle – a real list should turn into a real post, with images for everything – big job – where's the intern?

  • Lamborghini Islero

    [img] image.motortrend.com/f/classic/8526223+w670+h419+cr1+ar0/c12_0606_03z%2Bbarn_finds%2B1969_1970_lamborghini_islero.jpg[/img]

    [img] analogstereo.com/images/om/lamborghini_islero.jpg[/img]

  • Adams Probe 16

    [img] s3-ec.buzzfed.com/static/2013-09/enhanced/webdr01/25/18/anigif_enhanced-buzz-6790-1380149240-13_preview.gif[/img]

  • Packard Predictor 1956 – concept (as are many of the above), but awesome

    [img] curbsideclassic.com/wp-content/comment-image/262258.jpg[/img]

  • Ginetta G23
    [img] ginetta.org/goc/images/stories/gtype/g23.gif[/img]

    I'm ready to drain the Ginetta well dry. Are we headed to the comprehensive 70s-90s Ferrari list next?

  • 345 comments and I think you guys broke the site. Good job.
    Contest is over, as soon as the smoke clears, I will announce a winner…but we all know who it is.

    -Vince

    • I make no personal claim, but I feel multiple participants should share the glory (FTB, Zach, Kai, K2, Jeff Grant, etc. (sorry if I neglected)).

    • 1948 Davis Divan, one of 16 built

      [img] assets.hemmings.com/story_image/60388-500-0.jpg?rev=2[/img]

      Alfa 2600 Coupe

      [img] bozhdynsky.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/63pininfarina_ar_6c_2600_coupe_speciale_2.jpg[/img]

  • We're all winners, right?

    Last one for no good reason, the Lotus Esprit Ian Flemming Edition
    [img] i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02640/LOTUS-ESPRIT-BOND-_2640176b.jpg[/img]
    telegraph.co.uk/motoring/news/10233869/Inside-James-Bonds-Lotus-supersub.html

  • I think this whole thing is more interesting from the angle of which manufacturers are not represented and which types of cars aren't, either. Not a single minivan, if I recall, and I believe the only truck was the one I mentioned. I could be wrong about the last item, though. Please correct me if I'm wrong. I also think the number of cars with pop-up headlights that rotate into position sideways is interesting. Not a lot of those. Lastly, I miss pop-up headlights. They're a bit of ridiculous mechanical whimsy and we need more of that, not less.

    • I spent a bit of time digging into trucks, trying to think if there was a single one represented. I must've missed yours, K2. About the closest I could come is Optimus Prime, but he pops up some fists rather than lights, so I think that's even more of a stretch than the submarine Lotus listed above.

      [img] tfwiki.net/mediawiki/images2/thumb/2/2d/G1_OptimusPrime_toy.jpg/300px-G1_OptimusPrime_toy.jpg[/img]

      We did get sportscars a plenty, scooters and motorcycles, coupes, sedans and wagons, though.

  • Still accepting prototypes? How about the 1950 Triumph TRX…
    [img] carstyling.ru/resources/concept/1950_Triumph_TRX_Prototype_03.jpg[/img]

  • I am not K2 Mystery Car. I will not add to the "Pop-up Headlights" thread (really, it's the partially or completed concealed, hidden or obscured thread.

    I will not add the Kodiak.
    c2.staticflickr.com/6/5228/5618844738_dbee414ce6_z.jpg

  • No! Nooooo! I'm done. I'm out. Peace. No more. Can't do it. Won't do it. Will resist. Control control control control.
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    Irmscher GT
    lh5.ggpht.com/_Tsf-t_mqSxc/TDT5C74ZvWI/AAAAAAAAaWA/bOAMKMlyJIk/1988%20Irmscher%20GT_02.jpg

    dammit

  • Let's get obscure…. the mid '50's Abarths – 207 and 209 series…
    [img] leroux.andre.free.fr/rev1494.jpg[/img]
    [img] euro-t-guide.com/See_Photo/Holland/S_Haag/Louwman_Museum_2011_42.jpg[/img]

  • This post is no more! It has ceased to be! It's expired and gone to meet its maker!
    It's a stiff! Bereft of life, it rests in peace! If you hadn't nailed it to the blog it would be pushing up the daisies!
    It's metabolic processes are now history! It's off the twig!
    It's kicked the bucket, it's shuffled off this mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleeding choir invisible!!
    THIS IS AN EX-POST!
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
    Bitter Diplomat
    c1.staticflickr.com/7/6155/6135446251_061f0a9447_z.jpg

    nuts

  • DTers, kaibeezy was nice enough to port all of the comments that contain code that won't work over so that the img tags and YouTube links would work (a BIG shout out to kaibeezy!). It would be awesome to continue this conversation, but I think it would be great if we did what he's suggesting and continuing it in that blog post. You won't have to click "load more" to see the all of the comments, either. Unless we surpass 200 comments again, but I doubt we will. The blog post is "5k: Banana Cream Pie: 1984 Mazda RX-7", which appeared on Thursday, February 19, 2015. If you can't link on the text that I've hyperlinked above, here is the direct URL:

    dailyturismo.com/2015/02/5k-banana-cream-pie-1984-mazda-rx-7.html

    All Hail Kaibeezy!

    Some of the greatest (and funny as all get out, but you had to be there) song lyrics ever written, for no particular reason…carry on!

    All the things I'll never see
    All the things I'll never be
    All there is that's left for me
    Is here in this eternity
    Of isolation

    The cavalcade, the jamboree
    Of life I thought was meant for me
    I never dreamed that it would be
    Replaced by this eternity
    Of isolation.

    All the things I'll never see
    All the things I'll never be
    All my hopes are memory
    All there is that's left for me
    Is isolation.

  • What about the center-mounted flip passing lamp on the old Subaru GL?

    [img] japanesenostalgiccar.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/subaru-gl-passing-light.jpg[/img]
    [img] images.thetruthaboutcars.com/2011/06/DOTJ-82SubieCyclops-14-550×412.jpg[/img]

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