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Old 06-06-2004, 11:53 AM
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'34 Triumph by Zagato

maybe someone might know more about this beauty than I do....chances are slim but im hopin


1934 Triumph 8c 2700GS roadster by zagato
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Old 06-06-2004, 02:52 PM
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i know nothing... but awesome car no less
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Old 06-06-2004, 08:00 PM
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It's a special bodied version of the Dolomite, the 8 cylinder of which very few were made. See also
http://www.eurasia85.be/test/nieuwev...m/image372.htm

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It's a special bodied version of the Dolomite, the 8 cylinder of which very few very made. See also
http://www.eurasia85.be/test/nieuwev...m/image372.htm
ahhhh, thanks very much i was havin trouble
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Old 06-06-2004, 08:40 PM
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wooooooow i am in love with these cars.....
1.1939 alfa romeo 6C 2500
2.1933 chrysler CL
3.1933 duesenberg SJ
4.1934 auburn V12 speedster
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Old 06-06-2004, 08:57 PM
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Well there are quite of few of such cars on UCP, I am not sure whether it is possible to make a prewar selection, but browsing will show you quite a few. My grandfather used to have a Horch 853 in the fifties, wonderful to be toured around in.
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Well there are quite of few of such cars on UCP, I am not sure whether it is possible to make a prewar selection, but browsing will show you quite a few. My grandfather used to have a Horch 853 in the fifties, wonderful to be toured around in.
my great grandfather had a 1928 gardner of which ive only heard stories not seen pictures and i would take a '37 cord 812 over any '04 mercedes.

btw...i was dissappointed in UCP's lack of auburn and cord pictures...the duesenberg SSJ is very nice tho and has tons of pics
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Old 06-06-2004, 09:09 PM
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btw...i was dissappointed in UCP's lack of auburn and cord pictures...the duesenberg SSJ is very nice tho and has tons of pics
I was more thinking about vintage Bugatti's and Alfa Romeo's of which you will find quite a lot. I think there are also a number of Cadillac's including the V16. Auburns and Cords are not so prominent in Europe.
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Beautiful cars, absolutely beautiful. I don't know much about pre-war automobiles, but I'm learning. I love Triumphs!
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