This Dream Car with gullwing doors was home built in (approx) 1955 by Almar Nordhaug, a Norwegian expat who lived in Tórshavn on the Faroe Islands. The futuristic build was based on a Vauxhall Cresta chassis, engine and drivetrain. The body was handmade, and the roof was taken from an airplane. In 1957 Nordhaug returned to Norway bringing his car with him. Black & white photo modified and partly colorized.



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This Dream Car with gullwing doors was home built in (approx) 1955 by Almar Nordhaug, a Norwegian expat who lived in Tórshavn on the Faroe Islands. The futuristic build was based on a Vauxhall Cresta chassis, engine and drivetrain. The body was handmade, and the roof was taken from an airplane. In 1957 Nordhaug returned to Norway bringing his car with him. Black & white photo modified and partly colorized. is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about Cars and Motorcycles related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page.
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