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Discussion in 'Car Pictures' started by V8stangman, Aug 21, 2006.

  1. Looks like a version the Aerotech...
     
  2. Great Aerotech pic Smokey!

    Check out those aerodynamically slick, 3 bolts and flat washers from Ace Hardware GM used to fasten the canopy front to it's hinge!

    GM amazes me, they also used Black Art IC engine genius / engineer Jim Fueling to supposedly get 850+ HP outta that quad 4 too.
     
  3. yep, i believe they either made 3 or updated the longtail (by adding headlights and improving it aethestically)
     
  4. #229 Innotech, Mar 17, 2007
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    Imn pretty sure its a second longtail because I have a book featuring both versions parked together and neither has headlights. the book is from 1989.

    Im also a bit intrigued by this. Its a car built by Norwood, but it looks almost exactly like Aerotech. Did he design the Olds?

    edit: yep. It was him

    http://www.p4bynorwood.com/Bob_Norwood.htm
     
  5. #231 944turb0, Mar 17, 2007
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    That looks horrible.
     
  6. Thanks for all the Aerotech Pics guys. I don't know what it is about this car, just turns me on. I guess it's the relatively clean lines of it...

    That Vehma Torrero looks great for 1988...
     
  7. Right On RadAl !!!

    USA USA USA I do love my muscle cars too!!
     
  8. Hi Guys

    Hardcore request.

    Any info and PICS about this one? I thing Alfa Romeo - design by SPADA.
     
  9. thats the OSCA with subaru engine i think .
     
  10. Osca 2500 GT DROMOS coupe by Ercole Espada
     
  11. Huh...so not so hardcore <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A> Ive to think out another one <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>, never seen this car before. Thanx a lot. Really like the design - kinda Alfa 8C. Is / was OSCA somehow connected to Alfa Romeo?
     
  12. HELP. I used to have about 15 HiRes pics gallery of Bugatti Chiron. But my dog scratched one of my gallery CDs so its unreadable. Pics were taken somewhere outside in a park...really cant remember the name of the concours / exhibition. Please, has any one pics of that car? not those factory pics.
    I find it much more retro-like and beautiful than Veyron...
     
  13. Im pretty sure Osca is closer tied to Maserati.

    This specific car was financed by a japanese man and only one example exists in Japan.
     
  14. 15? I've never seen so many before. I've got 2 groupshots and a few pics of the 18.3 in the park:
     
  15. That should have been in the movoe "Cars", look at the front.
     
  16. the Chiron kicks so much ass and looks so good but it has a... W18....! :D
     
  17. You guys are so good, you never cease to amaze me!
     
  18. I have a few hires chiron pics buried somewhere. I have so much stuff I have to find for you guys but Ill eventually get to it.
     
  19. One of the rarest cars in the world is the Bugatti Royale, made in 1930-31. This Royale cabriolet is one of only six Royales still in existence in the world. Powered by a 300-hp straight eight, the Royale has one of the most famous hood ornaments, an elephant on its hind legs, designed by Rembrandt Bugatti.


     
  20. The Weinberger... did you post any pics?
     
  21. Jehle De Tomaso Longchamp , 7500 ccm (457.7 cui ) 600 HP
     
  22. Holy crap, I couldn't believe it when I saw this beast heading toward me in a trendy little town near Danville and Diablo, CA called San Ramon. It had an incredibly deep and loud rumble and reminds me of Jay Leno's Blastolene Tank Car except the front end is a little different. In that same town I saw a black Ferrari 599GTB, a gray F430 convertible, a red 575 Maranello and a black Lambo Murcielago but they were all in awkard locations/angles from where is was and they were moving in traffic so I couldn't get pics. Why is there so much money in San Ramon?
     

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