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Discussion in 'General Automotive Chat' started by SuziA3, Nov 4, 2010.
LM002 - you've gotta laugh at a Lamborghini Countach engined offroader!
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this ones especially for you petrolaholic:
Audi A8 the polished arab edition ?
Rofl Front right top wheel arch of an audi RS4, phantom black. Pirelli Pzero Rosso 255/35/19 tyre, Super sport suspension package. At least i'm 99.9% sure anyway.
Could be a really easy one for some on here so I also need approximate year of manufacture. There is a clue in the pic.
Rover mini ? circi 1980 ?
Right on one part, not quite on the other. Think OLD
It's a Mk1 with the external door hinges so somewhere between 1959 and 1965 I would imagine.
lol phantom black?!? its mugello blue!!!! lol
Last Mk1 I have found year wise is 1967. If only I didnt need to dislocate my knees to get in one I would have one to go to work in lol.
Is it :O
Top thread guys, im gonna have a look for some car pics now to try and bamboozle all of you
Ok then guys try this one.
Oh easy Lotus Elise phase 2
Damn your good at this arent you lol (he says while looking through his picture library ready to crop away)
e2a, whats the prize for getting one you dont know???
'tis why my nickname is PetrolAholic lol
Ok then try this one,
Ferrari Enzo/FXX Impossible to tell as FXX does not have intake mods on that part of the car - and that was hard lol...
Mate you are seriously good at this, but no its not, nearly right though
FXX then. lol
Haha yeah you got me lol
Right, ill put a clue up in a few hours if I get no answers...
Heres a second pic:
Clue 1.... It's European and is assembled with many parts borrowed from the Audi stock cupboard.
How wrong can you be, try again )
easy gumpert apollo!
yeh it was mugello blue haha! you should be ashamed you got the colour wrong. it looks dark there, but its clear its blue on the rest of the car
How about this....
This is mazda 6. Did I guess the right car?
Did you really get that without right clicking? If you did, fair play to you matey.
Clue 2 - It's German but has no association with VAG (Other than some borrowed bits)
Clue 3 - Hammond couldn't set it up.
Didn't realise they made them in any colour other than white, respray? Got original pic?
Hmmmm...... Let me have a think about that lol.