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Discussion in 'Classic Cars' started by dalla, Jan 6, 2007.
Good luck with this one:
1968 Mercury Cyclone and judging by the NASCAR liscense plate, it's a 427 or 428 car. Most likely 427, as 428 replaced the latter in early '69.
EDIT: It's a Cyclone GT.
What Edition model?
....man you did pick a tough one, I dunno.
Is it a Cyclone Spoiler?
Even though it's red and white, as opposed to the typical blue and white, it looks like a Dan Gurney edition.
Shit, it's a Cale Yarborough edition of the Cyclone Spoiler. It doesn't have the droop-snoop front end as the Spoiler IIs did.
i had this.... dammit.
haha oh man
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Hint: the maker of this English car died in a bombing raid in WWII. Fewer than 4 examples are left.
so which one to guess!
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It's a 1927ish flatnose Morris Cowley 4-seater. Beautiful car too.
Is it a Morris? It looks like an Morris Oxford or Cowley. My only other guess would be Vauxhall.
is it a Lagonda?
No. Another clue: while there may be very few examples of the car, collectors and enthusiasts are very familiar with the short-lived company. One car resides in a well-known Pennsylvania collection.
nope! hint:this car is extremely rare
who the hell is lx5567
We need more hints.
Guessing the blue car...
Looks like an SS car that led to the SS100 which led to Jaguar
1933 Squire Roadster, coachwork by Vanden Plas. There is another one up in Seattle. Only seven were built, six of which are still around. Fred Simeone is the owner of the car pictured.
How about this car...
Bump, for answers.
Yup, sorry for the late reply. The Squire Roadster is featured on Jay Leno's garage and is worth checking out. It's an amazing, but unkown roadster.