The Simca MS670 is a very nice looking car. This car has a nice shade of blue across the whole car. There is also a dull yellow stripe that extends from the front to the brake duct. There is also a white stripe across the whole car. The dull yellow is also on the rear fins. The whole car works very well. It’s a good look, with a design and color scheme that works, and it earns an A.
The T280 is much boxier than many of the other cars of the era. It’s not awful looking, nor is it an amazing looking car. Add a really bad shade of yellow, and a series of logos seemingly randomly placed, and a shade of blue that doesn’t really work with the shade of yellow, and you have a car that just doesn’t work. It’s not a great look, and it’s worth an F.
This is a redesigned version of the Porsche 917, known as “Der Trüffeljäger von Zuffenhausen”(The Truffelhunter of Zuffenhausen) or Pink Pig. I love the way the car design looks, and I also love the fact that there are different pork cuts painted across the whole car. It’s a bold idea, but it’s well executed, and it looks great! A
The newer version of the Porsche 917K has two large fins on the rear, which help with aerodynamics, and unintentionally made the car look better as a result. Add in the Martini paint scheme which has looked great on every car it has ever been painted on, and you have an amazing looking car. I also like how the door numbers fit the scheme well, and aren’t printed on circles. This is a car that’s worth an A.
Porsche’s 917LH is a beautiful car, that has a really streamlined look. The Gulf colors make a return, and merge seamlessly with the contours of the 917LH. Add in a nice looking stripe across the sides, and you have an all around beautiful car. This is an A look.
The Porsche 917K is a decent looking car, not as polished as the 917L. It has a decent look, but I’m not a fan of the tail design. The shade of red used is not too dark, and not too light, which doesn’t work, since darker would have worked much better. The stripes are decent, maybe a bit over done. I’ll take everything into consideration and give it a B-
The Lola T70 Mk. IIIB is a nice looking automobile, with really nice dimensions. This is a nice shade of red. The blue and white stripe which is across the whole center of the car works well. The only issue is the door numbers. If you have a white circle for the numbers, why is the number on a white square in front of the circle? It adds nothing, and makes the car look odd. The car would be a solid A, but with the door, it’s down to an A-