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Discussion in 'Car Pictures' started by Vasileios Papaidis, Jul 1, 2011.
Thanks...Dyna or PL 17 base..???
Just by looking at it, I wouldn't think the PL17, because that one's significantly longer, while the Dyna's quite short
My french is not good please let me know about this unique panhard!
I'm thinking that a 1936-1937 Chevrolet.
I'm pretty sure it's a 1937 Chevrolet Master 2-door Sedan.
But that's all I know about it....
Here's a pic I took of a 1937 Chevrolet Master, about 5 years ago.
And it got the original engine in it.
that's one for stangman or porsche addict
I can survive in french, but not really grasp things in great detail <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/PnutSpecial.gif"></A>
hmmm... I'm not a specialist for Classic-Cars, but for me, both engines look similar... Anyway...any infos about the original-engine?
Here's another car I don't know:
Here's another car I don't know (Photo from Ciro d'Italia 1952):
The original engine is an in-line 6 cylinder, displacement was 207 CID,
rated a 79 hp and 156 lb-ft of torque.
Alfa Romeo 1750??
French car from 1927...any info?
Any Infos about this Borgward-Benz-Something?
1962 Austin Healey 3000 Pininfarina
Wow! It's been a long time I read about that car. If I remember correctly, that's a 1959 Ascort TSV 1300 GT.
Bravo!!!..and what about this...
Your knowledge blows my mind. Not just a muscle car guy, eh?
That color screams "British racing green". I know I read about it too, but can't remember where.
I'll say it's a late 50's Jaguar. C or D type.
My biggest passion are muscle cars, but I'm always reading, searching on other makes of cars too.
I'm just a car fanatic, I know.
I did a registration check and it comes up as a "Falcon Mk2 Comp"