The 1974 Coins was a striking curved wedge with a single rear-sited door.
Built to celebrate the first anniversary of Ford’s takeover of the once-proud carrozzeria, stylist Tom Tjaarda produced this radical device in double-quick time. It’s notable for its three-abreast seating, central driving position, and means of access via a rear hatch, but Tjaarda positively hates the car. What are your thoughts?
📚: AUTO LEMON; www.classicandperformancecar.com