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1956 Aston martin DB2/4 Mk2 FHC

Author: David Morris Tuesday, 18 April 2017

1956 Aston martin DB2/4 Mk2 FHC
In 1972 I was looking for a DB4 but couldn't find one that met my criteria. On the rebound I came across this and 45 years later it's still with me.
 
   

cars spotted

Author: Karel Vermeer Wednesday, 05 April 2017

cars spotted
a few cars I spotted the last few weeks, Peugeot's Citroen's Mercedes 2drs coupe and a Vw  
      
   

Alfa Romeo TZ2 chassis 10511AR750113

Author: Michael Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Alfa Romeo TZ2 chassis 10511AR750113
Alfa Romeo TZ2.
In 1965 the car was updated with new fibreglass bodywork providing lower drag and reduced weight (620 kg). This new version was also made by Zagato. The new design was called the 
Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2. The TZ2 was only built as racing version; it was equipped with an Autodelta-prepared twin plugdry sump lubrication 1,570 cc straight-4 DOHC engine producing around 170 brake horsepower (130 kW) at 7000 rpm. With this engine the car reached top speed of 152 miles per hour (245 km/h).[6] The rear window was also changed, now single unit rather than three part window in TZ. Development of TZ cars was stopped in the end of 1965, to make room for new GTA racing program. Only 12 TZ2s were built. This is #10511AR750113
       
   

What Car was this Tail Light unit made for?

Author: Steve Friday, 17 March 2017

What Car was this Tail Light unit made for?
The Lucas 469 tail number plate and reversing light (fitted to many cars such as the Jaguar XK150) is mounted in an unusual boot handle. The handle has amanufacturers logo that looks like AJW B'ham. I assume that this is likely to be Birmingham U.K. Rather than USA so I suspect it was fitted to a British car.

Can anyone identify it as I want it to find a good home. 
   
   

Pontiac stolen!!!

Author: Rick Nicolaas Saturday, 21 January 2017

Pontiac

This car had just been stolen in The Hague, Netherlands.
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Again, in the area of Banka straat, The Hague, Netherlands, spotted a PostWar Classic. 
This happens on a regular basis when I'm going to the Banka Pub to meet some friends. It seems this neighborhood has some hidden treasures and once in a while one comes into the streets.
will keep you informed one I spot the next one. 
 
   

Citroën 3cv Prestige, 1974

Author: MATIAS BRUSA Wednesday, 01 March 2017

Citroën 3cv Prestige, 1974
The car's description is following.

Cylinder capacity (cm3): 602

Number of Cylinders: 2 horizontal opposites

Diameter x Stroke (mm): 74 x 70

Compression Ratio: 8.5: 1

Power (HP): 32

Regime (r.p.m): 6,750

Engine torque (mKg): 4.2

Regime (r.p.m): 3,500

Front-wheel drive

Cooling: Air

Fuel: Super Naphtha

Fuel System: Solex 26 PCI 34-28

Speeds: 4

Final Relationship: 3.87: 1

Fuel Capacity (liters): 30

Shipping Weight (kg): 630

Length (mm): 3.950

Width (mm): 1.480

Height (mm): 1.680

Distance between axles (mm): 2,400

Distance between Front Gears (mm): 1,260

Distance between Rear Gears (mm): 1,260

Brakes (Front / Rear): Drum - Drum

Address: Pinion and zipper

Front Suspension: Indep, front and rear wheel interaction

Rear Suspension: Indep, front and rear wheel interaction

Tires: 5.00 x 15 "

Electric Generator: 12V Dynamo, 50A (up to 1975, then Alternator)

Detail: Canvas Ceiling

Average Consumption (Km / L): 17.8 *

 

Acceleration 0 to 80 km / h (s): 40 *

Maximum Speed ​​(km / h): 114 *

Original color 
     
   

Porsche Carrera 2.7 MFI

Author: Andrea Thursday, 23 February 2017

Porsche Carrera 2.7 MFI
My red Carrera that I owned now more than 30 years. Still lucky than I see the car.
 
   

Ferrari 208

Author: giansanto arcari Monday, 30 January 2017

Ferrari 208

Ferrari 208 GTB/GTS

In 1980 Ferrari introduced a two-litre version of the 308, 208 GTB and 208 GTS. Though mainly for the domestic Italian market, where new cars with engines above 2-litres were subjected to a much higher value added tax. The 208 GTB/GTS replaced the 208 GT4 2+2. It was regarded as the slowest Ferrari ever made but was surpassed by 208 GT4 Bertone by American magazine Motor Trend In 1980.

The engine was de-bored to 68.8 mm (giving it an undersquare design) for a total displacement of 1,990.64 cc (121 cu in), resulting in one of the smallest V8 engines ever produced.

160  GTS and 140 GTB cars were produced in 1980 and 1982.

  
   

spotted the last few weeks

Author: Karel Vermeer. Sunday, 22 January 2017

spotted the last few weeks
here are a few classic cars,  spotted the last fwe weeks, Peugeot, the traction Avant, R12 break and Volvo, Reliant in the Hague, a nice Rover, Vauxhall. and a Vw camper. 
      
   

Berliner Oldtimer-Tage

Author: Heinz-Peter Schmitz Saturday, 14 January 2017

Berliner Oldtimer-Tage
Berliner Oldtimer-Tage at the "Classic-Remise"
        
   

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