Well... I did find this post where @gabester mentioned that he had "20 more car body shells to finish" when asked about the status of the '69 Moonhawk that also appeared on the concept list. Apparently the '69 Moonhawk was just a pencil sketch at the time of the question (and I firmly believed that it was permanently scrapped, given that the '73-'75 Moonhawk came along about a year later) Now, if we assume that all the cars not in-game as of 0.3.6.3 were originally modeled during that 20-car spree, that still leaves us with five vehicles that were modeled as body shells, but remain unrevealed. Then there's this bombshell. That list of sketches is not only the closest we've ever gotten to having a minivan confirmed to be in-development, but it also specifically mentions a large '70s personal luxury coupe ! And keep in mind that this was posted a good six or seven months before Gabester made mention that he had 20 body shells completed. That means there's a slight chance that the Albatross progressed beyond the sketch phase and currently exists as a hollow body shell waiting to be put in game, along with a large seventies police-type sedan, an early eighties station wagon, and an eighties minivan (the latter two most likely sharing a platform or at least components with the Legran). Of course, all of this confirms nothing other than the above five vehicles (including the Albatross and presumably cancelled '69 Moonhawk) were at least considered at one point. Until further notice, I'm going to treat them as being in the same kind of limbo as all the cars shown on the now infamous concept list - Proposed, but Never Promised. As for the Bacchus, I'm going to lay all my cards out on the table and reveal that I'm secretly hoping for two cars in that archetype - a seventies coupe with a continental trunk, and an early eighties sedan with a bustleback (and, if possible, a variable-displacement engine). One from a Bruckell subsidiary, and one from a Gavril subsidiary. The main reason I'm so eager to get two near-5000 pound machines into Beamng is the sheer spectacle of any demolition derby involving one. Since our official vehicle list is already kind of geared for demolition with what other players have dubbed the "sedanpocalypse", it might make a weird sort of sense to double down on the derby and use it as a sort of starting point for career mode - quick, easy-to-prepare-for motorsports that require minimal cash outlay. There would be no need for inexperienced players to be nervous about crashing as they're learning how the game handles - not when the object of the first events is to crash!