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    Quote Originally Posted by dracu777
    Lagonda Rapide? Anybody?
    is that the wedge Aston?
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    No, the Older one from 1963 or so. The Wedge is the Aston Martin Lagonda
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    Try here for pics of the Lagonda
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    Does anyone have nice Citroen SM pictures It's still one of my fav. cars ever. Great looking Maserati * cough* Citroen that was

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    Quote Originally Posted by drakkie
    Does anyone have nice Citroen SM pictures It's still one of my fav. cars ever. Great looking Maserati * cough* Citroen that was
    the oddball corner is for cars that will unlikely make it to the main page. The SM is not one of such cars and my pics were used here:
    http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/frame...php&carnum=669
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    the oddball corner is for cars that will unlikely make it to the main page. The SM is not one of such cars and my pics were used here:
    http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/frame...php&carnum=669
    something different then The SM Club de France (the red/yellow on retromobile) and a Traction Avant if possible the 11cv (or a 22cv with V8,but i assume you dont have pictures of that or you would be very rich allready ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    I am preparing a Wolseley 4/44 and I have some pics of a Riley RMB
    BMC&Rootes groups,By The Way,I admire Your wisdom for putting this footnote:"I find the whole business of religion profoundly interesting, but it does mystify me that otherwise intelligent people take it seriously"

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    You appears to be on a higher rung of the cognitive development ladder,being more scientifically educated(That's my assumption).
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    I don't have any pics myself, but I'd like to see the Volvo 780 Bertone, and the AC Greyhound. I saw one driving down the road the other day (the AC), and finally caught up with the driver. When i first saw it, I thought it was an older Ferrari. When I caught up to it I thought it was a Bristol or jensen, so I finally asked and got the answer. Rare, unusual and very well done. Sorry, I didn't have my camera when I saw it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmacklind
    I don't have any pics myself, but I'd like to see the Volvo 780 Bertone, and the AC Greyhound. I saw one driving down the road the other day (the AC), and finally caught up with the driver. When i first saw it, I thought it was an older Ferrari. When I caught up to it I thought it was a Bristol or jensen, so I finally asked and got the answer. Rare, unusual and very well done. Sorry, I didn't have my camera when I saw it.
    they are both suitable candidates, but I have pictures of neither car...If somebody has them (not media, but own, unique ones) I'll be prepared to make a short write up about the car.
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    Brilliant additions henk4, thank you so much.
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    Excellent additions Henk. Keep 'em coming. I noticed on the first page of the LeMans Classic report a blue Standard Vanguard station wagon. Do you have any pictures of it? It looks brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dracu777
    Excellent additions Henk. Keep 'em coming. I noticed on the first page of the LeMans Classic report a blue Standard Vanguard station wagon. Do you have any pictures of it? It looks brilliant.
    Thanks, the Standard is on the list, you may also have spotted the Vauxhall Cresta
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    ...you may also have spotted the Vauxhall Cresta
    I did indeed. I hope that is on its way as well

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    Cheers Pieter, excellent update today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revo
    Cheers Pieter, excellent update today
    thank you. There is more to come...
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