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OT Friday Quiz: Which Doesnt Belong and Why

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Three of the following four cars pictured below have something in common. One of the four cars does NOT share this particular commonality.

WHICH ONE DOESN'T BELONG, AND WHY?

BMW E30 Top Cabriolet

BMW 1502 Convertible

Porsche 959

BMW E21 Top Cabriolet

Good luck!

Answer will be posted a little later today.

http://baurspotting.blogspot.com/2012/11/ot-friday-quiz-which-doesnt-belong-and.html

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I'll bite

Porsche 959:

1. It's a Porsche

2. Not a convertible

3. 4wd

4. Supercar

5. Not street legal in USA (when new)

6. Bill Gates didn't own any of the others

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my turn,

the 1502 is a fake convertible not made by Baur?

Ding Ding Ding!!!

We have a winner, folks!

Congrats, stone02!

Yes indeed, the 1502 is a Lumma convertible, spotted in Washington DC.

All of the rest of the cars are......Baur products!

Yes, even the Porsche 959!

Nice going, stone02!

Now, for your prize, print out this response, take it to any Starbucks, add $2.07 and they will give you a doppio (double espresso).

;)

Full disclosure: $2.07 is the regular price of the doppio. But congratulations anyway! ;)

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Is the 959 the only one with any kind of rigidity in its shell?

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Is the 959 the only one with any kind of rigidity in its shell?

That may well be but...... this is the answer we were looking for:

Ding Ding Ding!!!

We have a winner, folks!

Congrats, stone02!

Yes indeed, the 1502 is a Lumma convertible, spotted in Washington DC.

All of the rest of the cars are......Baur products!

Yes, even the Porsche 959!

Nice going, stone02!

Now, for your prize, print out this response, take it to any Starbucks, add $2.07 and they will give you a doppio (double espresso).

;)

Full disclosure: $2.07 is the regular price of the doppio. But congratulations anyway! ;)

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