What the heck?
Never even heard of it before, much less seen it— you are looking at an Alpine M63. Very little information about it online— most notably, three of them appear to have been campaigned at the 1963 24 Hours of Le Mans. None finished, and one claimed the life of Brazilian driver Christian Heins when his car was involved in a fatal accident early in the race.
The car has a fascinating teardrop shape and the characteristic weirdness that you expect of Alpines. You can also see how low it is— again, reminiscent of the A110.
Odd, yet absorbing.
Hat tip to reader Alexandre for the images, as well as for the inspiration behind this post.