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Old 16th January 2008, 20:26   #1891
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Old 17th January 2008, 18:26   #1892
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During my recent trip to mumbai had seen this on my way to Panvel. Could not figure out what make it is but was looking cute though

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Its a late 30's Ford but please post in the appropriate thread. There is already a "Official Guess the car thread guys"
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@Vj, i think that one is a 49-53 ford prefect/popular/anglia.
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ID:412 Mid to late 70's Lincoln Versailles Sedan

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Old 17th January 2008, 20:46   #1896
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There is already a "Official Guess the car thread guys"
Yes, please post these here even if they are classics.
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Old 17th January 2008, 21:23   #1897
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My first post on the international scene! Loved your posts and would like to offer the following; Chrysler motors would take a Dodge front clip, put it on a Plymouth, and prepare it for the international market. About all we ever saw here in the states was the Canadien version, very similar to the Kingsway above. My best to BHP for opening up yet another universe of interest.
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Hello from the edge of the Grand Canyon. Have had much experience with Chrysler products in my life. Presently own 1) 99 Dodge Stratus, 2) 2000 Chrysler Concord, 3) 75 Ford 4x4 pickup, 4) 2000 Ford Excursion. In my entire life my most memorable auto was a 58 Chrysler 300D with 392 ci, dual carter 4 barrels. In between it and the present I have owned Dodges, Imperials, De Sotos, and one Plymouth, a 59 Fury. Hope to be reading about restorations around the globe for many years to come.
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@Vj, i think that one is a 49-53 ford prefect/popular/anglia.
Judging by the "frogeye" headlights its a pre '49 Prefect.....from 49 onwards they had the headlamps integrated into the front fenders....

My dad incidentally had a black '50-51 prefect bought from his brother in the 70s...that was his first car, he learnt driving on it.....of course he bought it because that was all he could afford to have then! I never saw it as he sold it just before I was born in 1981 & bought a Standard Gazel.....there are no proper photos of that car either but he said it had a sunroof as well.
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absolutely P-E-R-F-E-C-T
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how about these...
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My bad, meant to say it was a 40's ford but by the time I realized that it was too late to edit.
Guys please post in the correct thread
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Hi Amit V8,
While your enthusiasm is appreciated you are requested to please go through the rules of the forum and the threads before posting in them. This thread has no place for one off cars such as ID:412 which has already been posted before and which is very obviously a take off on the Jaguar but is not a Jag. One look at the panels,wings, fenders, dash, windscreen, doors, bumpers, lights etc etc will tell you its a shoddy imitation. Im sure you would also not know what lies under the skin.
Once again for your benefit, no one off, kit, replicas, scale models are allowed in this thread. Also when one posts then if not guessed in 24 hours, the poster has to identify the car which i doubt you will be able to do in the case of ID:412.
Secondly only one car is to be posted at a time by a member so please restrict your urge to post more than one pic at a time buddy.
I suggest you flip through the pages of this thread and familiarize yourself.
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Can some identify this car for me. Seen in a Hindi move, so the car must be in India.

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Can some identify this car for me. Seen in a Hindi move, so the car must be in India.

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Ah,the car from 'Maine pyaar kiya'..Wasn't it a LHD Fiat?
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