Amazing Long Term Parking is full of old French cars

This is a sculpture called Long Term Parking and it is located at the Château de Montcel in Jouy-en-Josas, France. This sixty feet high sculpture consists of sixty mostly French cars set in 40,000 pounds of concrete. It was created in 1982 by a French-born American artist named Armand Pierre Fernandez (1928 – 2005), or simply Armand*.
Your mission hoons, should you choose to accept it, is to identify as many of these cars as possible. No googling, no “this is so easy cuz  I am you-ro-pean, gimme a real challenge you American simpleton”, or any other cheating as this really isn’t that difficult. Your reward is respect and adoration of your fellow hoons expressed through plus symbols next to your comments.
One more picture of the other side of the sculpture after the jump. Source is unknown, someone emailed this to me.