Found Around UMD Part 4: The 2- and 3-Doors, Big and Small

Since I've got a lot of pics of 2- and 3-door vehicles, this post will focus on everything other than the hardtop sports/performance cars, i.e. convertibles, city cars, work vehicles, etc. The 4- and 5-door cars that I noticed are in Part 3. Here's a sixth-generation Chevrolet Suburban C10 to start things off.

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Another pic of the Suburban that (barely) shows off the taillights and barn doors.

This, as far as I'm aware, is the Miles Electric Vehicles ZX40ST - an electric work vehicle. The company went into bankruptcy last year; their product line consisted of Chinese trucks (some with Japanese roots) that were fitted with electric powertrains.

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This is a Firefly Essential Services Vehicle (ESV), another electric work vehicle. I think it's safe to assume that this ESV is one of the small EVs in UMD's fleet, though I can't say for sure - I was on my way to class and didn't see any UMD logos.

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This is a Fiat 500 Sport I saw about a year back. I'd rock it even with the scratches, dents and scuffed wheels. But from another angle...

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...there's a damaged left sideview mirror, a loose headlight, a missing left turn signal and parking light, etc. I dunno how it happened, but I hope it's been fixed by now.

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This 500 Abarth looks fine, though!

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This is a first-gen Volvo C30 with a Prancing Moose.

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This is an S2000 - I believe it's an AP1.

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And now for a couple of Miatas: a red NA that has a CF trunk/ducktail spoiler and a hardtop, and a PMY NC that's in much better shape.

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Meet the Jaguar XK8-SSR. I do like the green-on-green color scheme.

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