That looks like a swollen, bloated catfish of a car. Put a few curb feelers on each side in-front to 'enhance' the appearance. Not one of George Barris's better designs.
The exaggerated fender contours make those wheels/tires appear small, and I'm sure those were probably the largest wheels/tires on a production car when the FWD Eldorado/Toronado were released in the mid-1960's.
One of my friends who's a P.E., designed & built an open car, a 2-seater; it used a 392 Mopar Hemi (the 1960's version) and an Eldorado/Toronado transaxle, engine behind the driver, so mid-engine. He designed and laid-up a fiberglass body, and made another body. He still has the car.
I once owned a '70 Eldorado, the first year of the 500 cu. in. engine, 400 hp & 475 ft/lb torque. I got it for free from a neighbor, who sold the house and needed to move the car, which was purchased new by his father, who drove it between his homes in NJ and south FL where he wintered. It had 49K miles, and the white leather interior was like a living room. I got it operational and sold it to a friend who worked for GM at the Warren MI Design & Tech Center. He was a stylist. When he brought it to work, one of his co-workers told him, "I was on that design team." Then he went to his work station and pulled an Eldorado emblem out of his stuff, and gave it to my friend. It was the one for that car, he had designed it.
I liked Ed Roth's work better than George Barris's.