Can anyone identify this car?

Can anyone identify this car?

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ngc457

Original Poster:

1 posts

138 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Thanks.

T89 Callan

8,422 posts

157 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Definatley a Volvo. I'll stake my reputation on it.

Edited by T89 Callan on Thursday 29th October 04:01

6655321

73,668 posts

219 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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ngc457 said:


Thanks.
You're going to fit right in here...

Alfachick

1,639 posts

161 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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T89 Callan said:
Definatley a Volvo. I'll stake my reputation on it.

Edited by T89 Callan on Thursday 29th October 04:01
Hmmmm, perhaps a metro?

6655321

73,668 posts

219 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Alfachick said:
T89 Callan said:
Definatley a Volvo. I'll stake my reputation on it.

Edited by T89 Callan on Thursday 29th October 04:01
Hmmmm, perhaps a metro?
Come on people, stop messing him about... It's a Rover 400

Cipher

73 posts

138 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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thats almost certainly a nissan patrol smile

Mattt

16,617 posts

182 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Nissan Sunny I reckon - it's even in a Grandad colour scheme.

Google [bot]

5,333 posts

145 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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It's a kit car. They made bits of them in Blackpool out of offcuts of fibreglass, straw and discarded bits of Pritt-Stick, but weren't very succesful and went caput.

Edited by Google [bot] on Thursday 29th October 05:05


Edited by Google [bot] on Thursday 29th October 05:05

jayfish

6,637 posts

167 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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That's not actually a car, it's a streamlined trailer for AA vans.

ceriw

1,117 posts

169 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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ohhhh... nice. a kit car? - my mate Trevor has one.

bob1179

14,043 posts

173 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Our OP's profile says he's from the US, this sort of Trevor wasn't available there...

smile

Dave^

6,353 posts

217 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Man you guys are harsh!!!

It's a Lamorrari R430i GT

reg_slr

688 posts

145 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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jayfish said:
That's not actually a car, it's a streamlined trailer for AA vans.
harsh ...... rofl

Was it emmissions that kept them out the US?

(or the fact that they would have murdered what the Americans called sports cars)

Alfanatic

8,834 posts

183 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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You lot are just being silly. It's clearly an open top sportscar of some description. My money says it's some sort of MG.

Roop

6,004 posts

248 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Yep, I've driven that very car on several occasions...

ZesPak

22,063 posts

160 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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OP: TVR Griffith

Sorry for being factual getmecoat

Edit: Welcome btw, I see you met the general attitude already? hehe

Edited by ZesPak on Thursday 29th October 08:15

Roop

6,004 posts

248 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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It's L118 BFV. 1993 TVR Griffith 500 in a raspberry colour built as a factory demo car along with it's sister car L110 BFV. The only discernible difference apart from body and trim colour was that 110 had PAS and 118 did not. 118 is one of my favourite TVRs - wonder what happened to it...?

Bob Fossil

954 posts

203 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Clearly an MX5.

Oh, and wavey to OP

vdubbin

2,165 posts

161 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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Bob Fossil said:
Clearly an MX5.

Oh, and wavey to OP
Aye, Retroforza Bodykit, I'd recognise them anywhere...

Flanders.

6,148 posts

172 months

Thursday 29th October 2009
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That's a Tata Nano if I've ever seen one.