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Old 18th October 2009, 16:04   #3271
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ID 691 Is a De Soto wagon not sure of the exact model name but it is a De Soto
Nope Wasif not a Desoto.

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ID:691 is a 1958 Plymouth Sport Suburban station wagon.
It is indeed. One of my favourite looking wagons but after the 50's woodys

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Old 18th October 2009, 18:11   #3272
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ID 692: Which car is this?
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Old 18th October 2009, 18:14   #3273
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What about ID:688 (Packard El Paso) though? Was it indeed a one-off? The Wikicars site claims it was. Having read through this thread at least twice I must say it's quite unusual of Ram to go against the grain introducing such an entry.
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Guys ID:690 is till on.....

ID:692 that fender gives me a feeling of M3..
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Old 18th October 2009, 18:53   #3275
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Id 692
Looks like a w212 e class.
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ID692
Is it Audi Q7?
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Old 19th October 2009, 22:37   #3277
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ID:690 Jingangshan Sedan produced by Beijing First Auto Accessory Factory.



In 1958 Beijing government appointed Beijing First Auto Accessory Factory to develop a small car in order to replace man-power tricycles in Beijing. Jun.30 the first Jingangshan sedan roll off line and it was similar to VW Beetle. This is a rear engined car had a 1.2L engine. Due to political reasons only 100 units had been produced.
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ID:690 Jingangshan Sedan produced by Beijing First Auto Accessory Factory.

In 1958 Beijing government appointed Beijing First Auto Accessory Factory to develop a small car in order to replace man-power tricycles in Beijing. Jun.30 the first Jingangshan sedan roll off line and it was similar to VW Beetle. This is a rear engined car had a 1.2L engine. Due to political reasons only 100 units had been produced.
Tough one, agspins. Didn't recognize this one at sight, and during all the subsequent R&D I did, never crossed my mind that it was a CHINESE car. Thanks for this one .
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ID:690 Great one Agspins, had me foxed completely. Especially since the East European connection was crossed out. I first thought it was a Skoda or even a Simca, then Explored the Japanese connection but frankly, Chinese did not even cross my mind. Keep it up...More More!!

Guys can we please refrain from posting peek-a-boo pics?

A pic of an engine, a part pic of a wheel well, a pic of a grille.... what the heck guys, read the title of the thread please!!

Kindly post pics of "CARS" only please, any view but a full pic not a teaser.

Thanks!!

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ID 692: Audi RS6 Isnt it?
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ID:693 Guess the Car?
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ID:693 is a 1970 Tzen coming from Greece (of all places). More info can be found here. After your Chinese proposition I decided to try my hand at a little mind-reading. Apparently, it worked.
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ID 694 anyone?

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I must admit at the outset I'm a tad sketchy on this myself (on the details), since I myself couldn't find much on the marque.
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Hmm, ID:694 looks like its hood was borrowed from a 1949 Healey Westland, its fenders from a 1948 Alvis TB 14, and the front resembles a mixture between the 1950 Bristol 402, the 1950 Buckler Mk X and a 1948 Alfa Romeo roadster. Needless to say, I have absolutely no idea what it might be.
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Hmm, ID:694 looks like its hood was borrowed from a 1949 Healey Westland, its fenders from a 1948 Alvis TB 14, and the front resembles a mixture between the 1950 Bristol 402, the 1950 Buckler Mk X and a 1948 Alfa Romeo roadster. Needless to say, I have absolutely no idea what it might be.
Not to mention the BMW 502 and the Sunbeam Talbot

Wheels look out of the Lea Francis.....RHD should mean ...British???

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