CYRUS43

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Yes  VTEC guy it has been a very durable car over the years- the classic car mechanics know their ins and outs, spares are not tough to come by and that's why they are so well kept and so many examples survive. Its economical to maintain too.

The photo above was of a Morris Minor 1000 / 1971 model.

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here u go guys...guess karo..

 

so what about this?...... any knowes..... probablly you should tell us the answer cyrus.....

 

one last guess..... i know this is wrong.... but the indicators below the bumpers makes it look like a dodge charger

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01ld4.jpg

 

here u go guys...guess karo..

 

so what about this?...... any knowes..... probablly you should tell us the answer cyrus.....

 

one last guess..... i know this is wrong.... but the indicators below the bumpers makes it look like a dodge charger

 

didnt i say that it was not AMERICAN...DODGE CHARGER IS AMERICAN....

 

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Looks like a Bristol Beaufighter      Cyrus

Its the Bristol Beaufighter??

 

no it is not a bristol beaufighter...

 

OPEL MANTA.....THAT IS THE CORRECT ANSWER...

 

that was sooooooooooooo simple man.....

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1962 Porsche 356B Cabriolet super 1600 t-6  [/quote']

Yes Viva thats the very specific answer but the 356B had 2 engine options a  1567cc engine (hence called 1600 as you have put it) and   one with a 1966cc (Carrera 2 356B) . These engines were rear mounted and air cooled.The 911 replaced these models in the mid 1960's.

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U got it wrong keep guessin..

Its the Lada from the erstwhile USSR, which was very, very popular in the Eastern Bloc of communist nations and dirt cheap by western standards. It was the Premier Padmini (small car) of the Russians, Volga and Zhiguli being the bigger cars.

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