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Motoring in Thailand and Asia Cars and motorbikes in Thailand and Asia, Where to buy and sell your truck? Where to get fixed and what garage to use. Should I buy a suzuki carry? Will it have a car DVD? Will my travel insurance cover me for driving in Thailand? Or should I just buy a Mercedes or a Honda CRV? Everything to do with motoring and vehicles goes in this section. Do I really need a driving licence in Thailand to drive to Bangkok car hire?

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Old 11-04-2017, 05:40 PM   #1401 (permalink)
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heres one for you.

what car are these tail lamps from.


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I cheated to see what it is, and it's very nice, and it's very expensive. I'll start saving.
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What this called name the tail light


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what car are these tail lamps from.
That green has got to be British. First thought was an Aston Martin but I can't place it.
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^
you're getting warm. quite warm really.


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the true petrol head, one who takes his art seriously will show an almost obsessive attention to detail such that all it takes to identify a marque is a tail light, or a door handle, or a rear window profile, a radiator cap, a bolt on a rocker cover, the curve on a front wing or the logo on a wiper switch on the dashboard.
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That green has got to be British. First thought was an Aston Martin but I can't place it.
You can have any colour you like. The cars are made to order, with a maximum of 100 to be made. And yes, they are British.


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^ Okay I got it...googled new Aston Martin lookalike....

Speedback GT



Quite an expensive beauty
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yes, thats the one.
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F40 although it appears to be a kit or hatchet job.
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Another from the same place which appears to recycle old heaps, they have a whole line-up of old Mercs presumably waiting their turn.

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^

I know I'm about the right era and the car is similar, but no cigar me thinks.



1960 Datsun 1200 Pick-up

The flag on the grill appears to be Hungarian ... but maybe the owners nationality and not the Cars heritage?

Turn the flag 90 degrees and it's Italian.

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I know I'm about the right era and the car is similar, but no cigar me thinks.



1960 Datsun 1200 Pick-up

The flag on the grill appears to be Hungarian ... but maybe the owners nationality and not the Cars heritage?

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Definitely on the right track - next generation - '63 Datsun 320 series. The 'flag' is a Datsun badge.
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^ Unless I'm missing the obvious, that's a Ford Cobra.

AC Cobra / Shelby Cobra

Most likely a kit car replica?

So many fakes/kits/continuation cars, it's year, unless it's an original, is irrelevant.

Was originally produced in the early 60's


If, however, if it's an original ... it's worth a mint
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It is a Shelby Cobra replica made in NZ from a Ozzy kit.

Story of construction here:
Snake Bite: a stunning father-and-daughter built Cobra replica
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I found this interesting as available here?

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or an option for a Budget build is the Lexus Quad Cam 4 litre Alloy V8 that is available as a “front cut” that includes motor, transmission, computer etc.
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Ford but which one......or is that to easy.


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Ford but which one......or is that to easy.


Fairlane
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Yep ...



Mid 60's

WOW ... look at those tyres ... maybe a decade before steel belted Radials became in use.


I almost wrote that article up.

One of the most eclectic collections of vintage and classic cars ever seen in Central Australia is going under the digital hammer after it was discovered at a deceased estate.
The collection belonged to Graeme Phillips — a recluse and a hoarder — who lived in a dilapidated house surrounded by almost 30 cars in the centre of Alice Springs.
His quarter-acre block was so jam-packed with cars and other items, people could not enter or exit the property.




This is a view of the collectors yard.

Classic to see a few Leylands on the right there. P76's ?

Birding ... keep them coming.

I have an interest in Cars of that era as my Dad worked for Ford for about a decade as a sheet metal worker.
He may have even pressed that Fairlane's door skin!
Back then, when that Farliane dropped off the production line, I was still in nappies.
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Should this be in modifications ?

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