COOL CLASSIC CAR SPOTTERS POST! (Vol 3)

COOL CLASSIC CAR SPOTTERS POST! (Vol 3)

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Fane

1,215 posts

177 months

Friday 13th May
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finlo said:
No pic as was driving a convoy of around 30 mostly open topped early 1930/40's BMW's.
All on their way to the Isle of Man.

JeremyH5

1,097 posts

112 months

Friday 13th May
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Nice classic RR in Pembrokeshire this morning.

finlo

2,945 posts

180 months

Friday 13th May
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Fane said:
finlo said:
No pic as was driving a convoy of around 30 mostly open topped early 1930/40's BMW's.
All on their way to the Isle of Man.
I'm on the Isle of Man.

finlo

2,945 posts

180 months

Friday 13th May
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Unbelievably tidy VDP 4 litre R.

Composer62

967 posts

63 months

Friday 13th May
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finlo said:
Unbelievably tidy VDP 4 litre R.
Wow, that looks almost brand new.

finlo

2,945 posts

180 months

Friday 13th May
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Triumph TR 4 or 5 and a 6.

LotusOmega375D

6,182 posts

130 months

Friday 13th May
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Was it the carb fed TR250 that had that reflective bonnet stripe? Maybe a USA import?

finlo

2,945 posts

180 months

Friday 13th May
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LotusOmega375D said:
Was it the carb fed TR250 that had that reflective bonnet stripe? Maybe a USA import?
No idea they're not my thing though I have had a couple of 2.5 pi's and a Dolomite!

theadman

367 posts

134 months

Friday 13th May
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Bonnet strip was only on the TR250 as supplied from the factory.

RATATTAK

7,409 posts

166 months

Friday 13th May
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theadman said:
Bonnet strip was only on the TR250 as supplied from the factory.
Yes and that looks like a LHD conversion ...

Tyre Smoke

21,411 posts

238 months

Friday 13th May
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Except for the steering wheel on the right

laugh

Harry Flashman

16,761 posts

219 months

Friday 13th May
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Round the corner from our house. Glorious. And seemed small, compared to modern cars parked all around!




Edited by Harry Flashman on Friday 13th May 22:46

Dapster

5,953 posts

157 months

Friday 13th May
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Its Just Adz said:
Very cool pillarless coupe

Now that is a good looking car!


Late model SE6A. Our GP had an earlier chrome bumper one when I was a kid which I remember fondly - sounded lovely and smelt of 4 star - must have had a leaky carb!


uk66fastback

15,515 posts

248 months

Saturday 14th May
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There’s a C reg Scimitar I see regularly, static in a garden … it’s crying out for me to rescue but circumstances atm mean it’s an impossibility.

Gompo

4,173 posts

235 months

Saturday 14th May
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I've seen this one driving around a few times over the last couple of years, nice to see it parked up and get a shot.


lowdrag

12,085 posts

190 months

Saturday 14th May
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Seen at the Classic Days meeting at Le Mans




Doofus

19,607 posts

150 months

Saturday 14th May
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lowdrag said:
Seen at the Classic Days meeting at Le Mans



I'm in love woth the Grand Palais. I've had a couple of conversations with Gérard Godfroy, but it's a lot of money for a trinket...

DickyC

42,131 posts

175 months

Saturday 14th May
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In the car park beneath stepdaughter #1's apartment in Salford Quays.



Where the vast majority of owners and tenants can't be seen in anything more antiquated than three years old, it was refreshing to see a fine example of IDGAF.

Dapster

5,953 posts

157 months

Saturday 14th May
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DickyC said:
In the car park beneath stepdaughter #1's apartment in Salford Quays.



Where the vast majority of owners and tenants can't be seen in anything more antiquated than three years old, it was refreshing to see a fine example of IDGAF.
Love those - especially the estate. My dad had a pov spec saloon back in the day.

DickyC

42,131 posts

175 months

Saturday 14th May
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Dapster said:
Love those - especially the estate. My dad had a pov spec saloon back in the day.
I was going to put it in the Classics Dwarfed By Moderns thread but because they aren't in line I feared an onslaught of, "Small, far away."