Pictures of decently Modified cars [Vol. 2]

Pictures of decently Modified cars [Vol. 2]

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Slow

5,555 posts

97 months

Saturday 10th October
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Seems usefull for farmers who need ditches cleared or such but dont want to take the big machines miles to access where needed.


98elise

17,712 posts

121 months

Saturday 10th October
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1602Mark said:
irocfan said:










Love that. Cool rating of 1000 Megafonzies.
Not just me then. It's very well done and very cool.

Short Grain

1,331 posts

180 months

Saturday 10th October
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98elise said:
1602Mark said:
irocfan said:










Love that. Cool rating of 1000 Megafonzies.
Not just me then. It's very well done and very cool.
Weirdly, I like it with the SAAB onboard, not so much without wobble

Hugh Jarse

3,367 posts

165 months

Monday 12th October
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Baron Greenback said:
irocfan said:
V well done! would love that if I have a car to tow!
Awesome,.

A van sneaks past the thread guards.


Pericoloso

44,000 posts

123 months

Monday 12th October
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That SAAB 96 is very nicely finished but unless they have done something with the engine , it will be glacially slow with another

SAAB on the back .

The V4 is not known for it's high performance , despite it having rally success with Stig Blomqvist in the 70s and Erik "on the roof "

in the 2 stroke version in the 60s .

biggbn

7,300 posts

180 months

Monday 12th October
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Pericoloso said:
That SAAB 96 is very nicely finished but unless they have done something with the engine , it will be glacially slow with another

SAAB on the back .

The V4 is not known for it's high performance , despite it having rally success with Stig Blomqvist in the 70s and Erik "on the roof "

in the 2 stroke version in the 60s .
The v4 versions get along well enough, I put tens of thousands of miles on three of them as daily drivers. Fantastic cars!!

MikeT66

1,950 posts

84 months

Tuesday 13th October
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Hugh Jarse said:
Awesome,.

A van sneaks past the thread guards.

I assume that is on some kind of air suspension? Don't like the 'stance' (is that what they call it?), but otherwise that's fabulous. The original Transit - THE greatest van ever.

RB Will

6,637 posts

200 months

Tuesday 13th October
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I’m assuming it’s a render

Escort3500

7,247 posts

105 months

Tuesday 13th October
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RB Will said:
I’m assuming it’s a render
Looks like it. Great van, awful stance.

NotNormal

2,229 posts

174 months

Tuesday 13th October
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RB Will said:
I’m assuming it’s a render
No assumption required, it definitely is

DannyScene

5,530 posts

115 months

Tuesday 13th October
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Matt Cup said:
Ford Falcon fronted S15’s.

It's not April the 1st is it?

ZiggyNiva

984 posts

146 months

Tuesday 13th October
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irocfan said:










There are a few different "solstad" SAABs about. Making use of various SAAB models

Hugo a Gogo

22,866 posts

193 months

Tuesday 13th October
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MikeT66 said:
Hugh Jarse said:
Awesome,.

A van sneaks past the thread guards.

I assume that is on some kind of air suspension? Don't like the 'stance' (is that what they call it?), but otherwise that's fabulous. The original Transit - THE greatest van ever.
  • Ahem*


irocfan

24,942 posts

150 months

RB Will

6,637 posts

200 months

Sunday 18th October
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I’ve been looking at trucks again





And trackday truck



Sounds amazing on video

DoubleD

15,188 posts

68 months

Sunday 18th October
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Perfect for any builder in a rush!

Escort3500

7,247 posts

105 months

Saturday 24th October
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This has been around for donkey’s years. Still love it


ben5575

3,389 posts

181 months

Saturday 24th October
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RB Will said:
Sounds amazing on video
Fails to link a video... redcard

RB Will

6,637 posts

200 months

Saturday 24th October
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ben5575 said:
RB Will said:
Sounds amazing on video
Fails to link a video... redcard
Apologies

https://www.instagram.com/p/CGGhul8DXDO/?igshid=au...

1602Mark

14,122 posts

133 months

Saturday 24th October
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Biased I know.

1972 BMW 1602
Coilover suspension
40% LSD
BMW M44/1.9 sixteen valve engine
Single mass E30 flywheel
Custom ITB using S54 parts
DTA S60 Pro ECU
Free flow exhaust
Cobra seats & period Safety Devices harnesses
BWA 13X6 alloys and Yokohama 185/60
Only 177 bhp but only weighs about 875 - 900kg

Edited by 1602Mark on Saturday 24th October 17:53