The Mosler Consulier GTP Is a Weird Failed Supercar

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  1. I bet it is similar to the Eagle Talon tsi of the era. I had one back in the day and what an awesome little underrated car it was i

  2. Ah, this is the 4 banger turbo one, they had one with a vette engine in it, back in the 90's. It was called the "Hammerhead" it was bad to the bone!

  3. That car, my wild friend was a kit car from back in the 90's. I used to read Kitcar magazine drooling over Cobra kits, fiero-Ferrai rebodies etc. This car was a monster back in the day.

  4. Currently cross-shopping between this and a 2006 Citroen Picasso 1.6 16valve. Very useful to get an in-depth look so I can make my decision a litter better.

  5. First thing you notice when you open the door is the phone
    First thing I noticed was the wheel but OK Doug. You live in your own world there and keep buying 3 dollar t-shirts we don't really care what you say.

  6. Low key i think children could design a better car. These men were drunk. The damn engine is backwards. That’s hilarious.

  7. Doesn't look any worse than the Bugatti of the same era. Most of those low production 80s and 90s supercars looks didn't age well.

  8. I don't know what it is, but I'm into it. I love the eccentricity, and I wouldn't worry about running up the miles, so I'd drive it all the time.

  9. Great visibility.
    Great engine bay access.
    A driver-friendly kitcar.
    Unlike most of similar ones, that looked better than they were.

  10. I have a picture of me at the age of 6 in 1992 next to a race version of this car at Lime Rock race track

  11. Being from SoFla; I'd see these on the road or at events on occasion. We'd drive by the headquarters building regularly and my dad would romanticize about the start up little guy story about these. But as Doug infers, it was very expensive cheaply made car.

  12. It looks like a 'kit car' from the 1980s… You know… When people would make a 'home-made' Ferrari Testarossa or Lamborghini Countach from a mail order 'kit'. They never looked right. They always ended up looking just like…. THIS!


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