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    Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki or Yamaha
    One of these 4

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    Yep, close enough!

    Actually meant to post that in the other thread but was on my phone at the time and couldn’t find it.

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    Saw this the other day at a local grocers.

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    1959 model

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    ^^ Sorry, missed this one.

    Chevvy, late 50's/early 60's

    Impala or Biscayne ... I don't know that much about that car maker.

    Nice photo BTW

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    Biscayne on the rear quarter panel is the give away!

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    Once there was a way to get backnhomeword .

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    Mach 1...71 or so

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    The Biscayne was a fine design , ironically when staying at Biscayne Bay I had the use of an Impala yellow in color , I felt like living the dream as a young shaver, tho compared to small modern lux SUVs this old monster were a bit clunky for all their fins.I'll make an exception for the benz 350, tho running one here turns one into the expected heavy "tipper' at checkpoints brigade
    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
    I got the sack because
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    Damn, the old Isuzu Trooper is tucked back there. I cracked the block one winter on a hunting trip up north. I made it to my buddies dads farm but that was it.

    The Mustang is a 1973. 351C V4. Pictured in front of my first house in the Brew Town (Milwaukee Wisconsin).

    l could barely fit the car in the garage. I fixed that problem so she now has plenty of breathing room. This 1973 came at a time when the last of the beasts were being produced. You need to realize that in 1973 there were people killing others for fuel in California ect. It was known as the great oil embargo. It in my recollection is what put an end to the muscle car era. Anyone with a different take on it feel free to chime in.
    PS stupid fish changed the radio for a cassette player, a nice JVC with a pull off face.It was cool at the time. I think I have the original somewhere around here. But yes, foolish none the less. At least I kept the car intact.
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    Cool refined seat adjustment buttons, what's the difference between the two models?
    Extra points if you can name the make, model and engine sizes, tough one...

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    Here's an easyier one to be going on with..

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    A bit dusty but still trusty.
    I know some of you Badgers want a 9-inch rear end.
    I think I worded that wrong. Oh, so sorry.

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    BADGES? We don't need no stinking badges.

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    A crank, tranny and a nine inch rear end. All the makings of a TD thread.
    I'm going to punt now.

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    The seat adjustment stuff is on a merc.

    No idea what model though.

    The only differences appear to be the trim, one looks like dark veneer, the other one aluminium.

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    Name That Car-reds-jpg

    Two red vehicles I owned in 1987 when I lived in SF. The yellow pickup in the back doesn't count
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    OK for one the bike is Yamaha SRX6 1985-6 kick start super single love the bike, hard to fine parts here in Thailand.
    The first bike to come out with 4 valves per cylinder had 2 carbie's & 2 exhausts.

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    The red car is an alfa romeo guiletta sprint from 1960.

    Designed by zagato i think.

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    Right. In my wisdom replaced the stock muffler with a Supertrapp and rejetted the carbs. Made it a bear to kick start when I was in Wyoming at 7,000 feet doing my field research. Sold it with 40,000 miles and turned around and bought another one before they turned into a cult classic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ratchaburi View Post
    OK for one the bike is Yamaha SRX6 1985-6 kick start super single love the bike, hard to fine parts here in Thailand.
    The first bike to come out with 4 valves per cylinder had 2 carbie's & 2 exhausts.

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    No, it is a 1965 Giulia Sprint Speciale with special coachwork by Bertone from the design by Scaglione. This one with the 1600 cc engine, but even the earlier 1300 cc Giulietta was claimed to achieve 200 km/hr.



    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    The red car is an alfa romeo guiletta sprint from 1960.


    Designed by zagato i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudcat View Post
    Right. In my wisdom replaced the stock muffler with a Supertrapp and rejetted the carbs. Made it a bear to kick start when I was in Wyoming at 7,000 feet doing my field research. Sold it with 40,000 miles and turned around and bought another one before they turned into a cult classic.
    Nice bike to ride always started first kick.
    Sold my SRX6 9 month ago had no money to fix it now I wish I still had the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudcat View Post
    but even the earlier 1300 cc Giulietta was claimed to achieve 200 km/hr.
    in 1974 a rental 1300 Giulia would do over 160 kph, five up on the Autostrada!

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    The top one is a regular Mercedes AMG

    The second pic is the monster 6.3 AMG.

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