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    Quote Originally Posted by faksta View Post
    Conceptcar.ee - ItalDesign Formula Legram Concept (1996)

    but it actually just reminds of Brava for me...
    this has no door at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by faksta View Post
    Conceptcar.ee - ItalDesign Formula Legram Concept (1996)

    but it actually just reminds of Brava for me...
    That's the one, the front is all Brava/bravo and the back uses the same type of lights that the Brava has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruim20 View Post
    That's the one, the front is all Brava/bravo and the back uses the same type of lights that the Brava has.

    Thank you!
    not at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeonOfTheDead View Post
    Well, they are similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    Well, they are similar.
    I can accept this
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeonOfTheDead View Post
    I did say "type"
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    iVE GOT A QUESTION TO ALL OF YOU FELLAS, WHAT WOULD YOU THINK IF IN LATINAMERICA MADE A CAR BASED ON THE OLD POST WAR BERLINETTAS, OR COUPÈ`S spider , WITH ENGINE SPEC`S OF A TOYOTA 1.3 4K SERIES ( STARLET`S), they will only make 10 cars 4 of them will have a turbo..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mordecairs View Post
    iVE GOT A QUESTION TO ALL OF YOU FELLAS, WHAT WOULD YOU THINK IF IN LATINAMERICA MADE A CAR BASED ON THE OLD POST WAR BERLINETTAS, OR COUPÈ`S spider , WITH ENGINE SPEC`S OF A TOYOTA 1.3 4K SERIES ( STARLET`S), they will only make 10 cars 4 of them will have a turbo..
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    Are you proposing the 750 Alfa Romeo type, with a Toyota engine?
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    sort of , more like the cisitalia 202!! they will put effort on the design i read,, and yes their engine is toyota as well as the drivetrain

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    noob here, apologies if I'm breaking any rules by posting this here

    I'm looking for any info what I thought was called the "Roadrunner II" but am seeing it referred to as the "Duster 1" or "Duster II".

    Has anyone here ever seen it in the wild? Any pics? All I can find is this on different websites:

    1969 Plymouth Duster I

    http://www.bradleisure.com/images/paintings/duster2.jpg

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    I saw it at the NY Auto Show in 1969 or 1970 and never forgot it.

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    I've got a bunch of cars that I have pictures for and am planning on doing write-ups for, but I was wondering if there's any of these that people would especially like to see so I can prioritize. I'm going home for winter break soon, and I was thinking I could do some of these in my spare time (although I won't be able to post them until January at the earliest). Eventually, I hope to do most if not all of them, but it could take a while.

    I photographed these cars in parking lots, car shows, and (in one case) an art museum.

    The nominees are:
    Bricklin SV-1
    Buick Estate Wagon
    Buick Riviera 1969
    Chevrolet Cavalier Type 10
    Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier
    Chevrolet El Camino
    Chrysler Newport 1969
    Chrysler New Yorker 1965
    Dodge Dart 1965
    Dodge Raider
    Ford F-250 Ranger
    Jeep Scrambler
    Kaiser Darrin
    Mercury Montego 1972
    Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais
    Plymouth Sundance
    Rambler Ambassador wagon 1959
    Subaru Brat
    Tatra 77A
    Volvo 245 wagon
    Volvo 780
    Willys-Knight Model 66B 'Plaidside'

    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    they [Volvo 780 Bertone and AC Greyhound] 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.
    I know this quote is 2 years old, but does the offer still stand, Henk? I have some pictures I took of a Volvo 780, but I don't know much about the car.
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    I've always liked the New Yorker. I guess that would be the one I would want to see most.
    impresive collection of phothos, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timothy (in VA) View Post
    I've got a bunch of cars that I have pictures for and am planning on doing write-ups for, but I was wondering if there's any of these that people would especially like to see so I can prioritize. I'm going home for winter break soon, and I was thinking I could do some of these in my spare time (although I won't be able to post them until January at the earliest). Eventually, I hope to do most if not all of them, but it could take a while.

    I photographed these cars in parking lots, car shows, and (in one case) an art museum.

    The nominees are:
    Bricklin SV-1
    Buick Estate Wagon
    Buick Riviera 1969
    Chevrolet Cavalier Type 10
    Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier
    Chevrolet El Camino
    Chrysler Newport 1969
    Chrysler New Yorker 1965
    Dodge Dart 1965
    Dodge Raider
    Ford F-250 Ranger
    Jeep Scrambler
    Kaiser Darrin
    Mercury Montego 1972
    Oldsmobile Cutlass Calais
    Plymouth Sundance
    Rambler Ambassador wagon 1959
    Subaru Brat
    Tatra 77A
    Volvo 245 wagon
    Volvo 780
    Willys-Knight Model 66B 'Plaidside'



    I know this quote is 2 years old, but does the offer still stand, Henk? I have some pictures I took of a Volvo 780, but I don't know much about the car.
    Thanks Tim,
    Looking forward to the write-ups and I can probably contribute with some pictures here and there. And yes the quote is still valid, and in the mean time I got some shots of the AC Greyhound. I have planned the winter period to refresh the corner a little.

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    Hello! I'm sorry to use this thread but I was unable to post one myself and the forum rules and the FAQ did not state why. I'm assuming it's to avoid spam. Anyhow, I have recently been shown a picture by a friend of mine, from here. The trouble is, I don't know which car it is and he won't tell me

    Would anyone be kind enough to point out which car it is in the attachment? I'd be very glad to receive some help!
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    Lamborghini's first car, 350 GTV: 1963 Lamborghini 350 GTV - Images, Specifications and Information

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