Name the car..

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dubs, Aug 8, 2021.

  1. Got it! It's a slightly customized restoration of the only remaining 1941 Brook Stevens styling exercise on Ford running gear
     
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  2. Mid to late 60s Moskvitch van
     
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  4. Ah, almost a trick question, Polski Fiat 125p
     
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  5. Bugger I thought I had you on that :thumbsup:
     
  6. :) It's a tragic indication of my wasted youth:(
     
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    go on then quick :)
     
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  8. Err, GAZ?
     
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  9. Or rather GAZ-Volga
     
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  10. Close m21:thumbsup:
     
  11. Dubs

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    The first one is a 1940 Ford...err...damn, cant remember the model! The second one is a Studebaker
     
  12. It's been make to look like a Studebaker but is much too small.:)
     
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  13. Dubs

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    Does look a bit home made as well!
     
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  14. You were right :rolleyes:
    It’s not fair I’m not playing no more I’m going indoors :D
     
  15. :D Once upon a time I had virtually memorised Georgano's book 'The complete encyclopedia of the motorcar: 1885 to the present'. 45 years later there's still a little bit left:rolleyes:
     
  16. Poptop2

    Poptop2 Moderator

    My dad bought a small fleet of those for his firm. I have said before his vehicle choices have been pants!
     
  17. AC model 70
     
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  18. I'll accept any of three answers for this one.

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  19. I'll leave that for a day or two, how about an easier one to be going on with?

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  20. A recently restored staaaaaaaag
     

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