The Ford Allegro II was a concept car built in 1967.
The car started life as the Ford Allegro but Ford cut it's roof off, turning it into a roadster. Ford did this as they stressed that its dream cars, were essentially existing production unibody platforms upon which new design features could be tested. The car incorporates many new design features tailored to existing engine, drive line and frame components.
Sometime in the late Sixties, Ford Division design studios restyled the Allegro and didn’t improve on the design. Though more obviously “sporting” in the way that seemed to predominant in an era of smoke and glitter, the heavy rear end styling and too-low windscreen was almost comical. The slotted wheels also mimicked aftermarket wheels available in speed shops.