That front design is typical of progressive, late thirties American styling, except that the grill is horizontal. It's no European design unless it's some custom job copying the Lincolns & Plymouths of the era.
Greg Fletcher Foothill Ranch, CA
On Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at 09:45 AM, nath wrote:
> So . . . I have no idea what the car is. There were other French
> manufacturers at the time, but I don't know what their models looked
> (Panhard? Simca? It doesn't look like a Renault. . . .)
> But Aldo's got my curiosity up, for sure!
> nath dresser
> spring green, wi