Indeed, an A110. Probably the smallest car that I can get into and out of, at least at my current age...
One more pic I found online.


PNR = Airport code for Pointe Noire (city).
Thanks Rgr, that was my suspicion on PNR, we don't see many members from The Congo!
So Rgr, Is that a picture of a car show in the Congo? (It's not what I would expect).

Is that your car? It's very cool.

Rocky
Rocky

Picture is of a car show in the Netherlands (concours d'elegance in Apeldoorn); that is where the A110 and Pantera are. The one in the pictures is mine.

No car shows in the Congo - although the way the taxis drive could qualify for a daily stunt show.

Cheers
Rutger
Might your last name be "Hauer"?

I can see why you might have a hard time fitting in that car. That's very cool.
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Originally posted by No Quarter:
Love the 70s shape of the Falcon. Reminds me of Mad Max, kinda


I hope so. He drove a 73 Ford Falcon XB GT coupe.
My other car, daily driver, is a Holden SSV. It is one of the last that will be built here in Australia. Our American cousins will know this also as the Chev SS. It is a sad time here, as Australian made cars come to an end. About a week and a half ago, the final Aussie made Chev SS made its way off the line. There are many enthusiasts in the US who love our cars as much as we do. They are powered by the 6.2 LS3 V8(415bhp) with a 6 speed manual trans, Brembo performance brakes, such a great car to drive. The dedicated and passionate Holden employees from the Elizabeth plant in South Australia have built 12,894 Chev SS.

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BREAKING NEWS! Ya blew it up.


Chevy small block in that 'bug'?

I'm having issues with Dropbox. For now this will have to do?

67 Shelby GT500. The car was kinda' dirty and dull from a 9 hour drive.

That's my younger son Matt. I use him to pick things up, move them, then put them down.

Sometimes I let him drive one of the cars, but he has to fill it up with gas. Wink

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The other Shelby is a '68 GT350. 347 small block with 2x4 Holleys, 4 speed and factory a/c.

(no Chevy's in any of them Wink - Contour SVT on the side with a blower on a 3.0L )

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I don't think these have appeared on the forum so far: three of Blackpool's finest:

Left - A TVR Cerbera. A 2+2 Coupe. 4.5 litre V8 of TVR's own design and build (flat plane crank, dry sump). Arguably the first 200mph "production" car. Colour - Halcyon Atlantis (flips Blue to Green). Built 2007.

Middle: TVR Sagaris. 2 seat "hatchback"! 4.2 litre straight 6, again to TVR's own design and build. The last TVR model before the factory shut in 2006/2007. This one built 2005.

Right: TVR Tuscan. 2 seat coupe with targa top that stashes in the boot for when the sun shines (seldom in North Yorkshire!). Same engine as the Sagaris. Colour - Sandox Red Rocket (semi translucent over gloss black). Built 2000

I can post more pics if anyone would like but I don't want to clog up space if you are not!

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As an expat Brit I am of course a TVR fan too, the Griffith 500's will soon be 25 years old and I'd like to find and bring one of the rarer LHD ones into the US.

Julian
Not sure yet Mikael. Just got delivered and need to get it registered and insured. The suspension of the Elan is quite forgiving so I expect it to be more comfortable than the A-110.
Cheers
Rutger
Looks great and a nice location, where is PNR?
Joules

Not sure where the picture was taken, but given the fact that I purchased the car in Sweden, I would imagine the picture was taken there. Once it's good for the Dutch roads, I will try to get a similar picture made...

Cheers
Rutger
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Originally posted by TransSami:

I thought someone already asked that, same topic, page 17

-Sami


Getting old sucks, thanks for the reminder Sami!
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Originally posted by Joules:

Getting old sucks, thanks for the reminder Sami!


You're welcome... Big Grin

Don't worry, I know the feeling. Plus I don't need glasses, my eyes are just fine. But the print quality just isn't the same it used to be...

-Sami
Just fantastic work... If I had that seat, I would have to build a car for it. Nice work, really nice...
Suddenly I feel like building a gasser...lol...

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