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Old 2nd December 2009, 23:20   #3526
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ID 735 is a 1958 Goggomobil TS 250 Coupe.

@avishar It has been posted here before.And you cannot post a car until the car before it has been identified.

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Old 3rd December 2009, 08:16   #3527
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Default ID:735 1958 Goggomobil TS 250

ID:735 is a 1958 Goggomobil TS 250
2 cylinder, 2 stroke, air-cooled 247 cc engine by Glas, developing 13.6 bhp @ 5,000 rpm. By way of comparison, the Tata Nano's 2 cylinder engine
is a 624 cc, developing 35 bhp @ 5250 rpm.

The Goggomobil TS 250 could manage 75 km/h.
Car is barely 4 times my weight.
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Old 3rd December 2009, 21:02   #3528
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ID:734 - which looks nearly identical to a hundred other modern sedans (including the Kia Rio and the Chinese BYD F3DM plug-in hybrid) - appears to be a Russian TagAZ Vega (don't ask me which year though).

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Thank you Double Mac. It was a really obscure car to identify. For all the collective knowledge we have here, none of us knew about Eucort of Spain.
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Thanks a lot Doublemac for that one.Never really heard of Eucort.
My pleasure, gentlemen. I find it odd that on this forum we tend to thank each other for interesting finds whereas elsewhere my 'guess the car' thread (overflowing with obscure models, needless to say) gets deleted because it's considered a 'spamfest' serving the sole purpose of boosting my post count.

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This is should be breakfast for doublemac.
Thank you, it was (and it was the exact same picture, too). It's a good idea to use the 'search this thread' function if in doubt whether a given model has been featured here before.

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Old 3rd December 2009, 21:50   #3529
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ID:734 Take a bow, Double Mac. Spot on.

2009 TagAZ Vega C-100 it is.

Recently in the news, because of a controversy ...

Check out TagAZ Vega Production Resumed - autoevolution

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Old 3rd December 2009, 22:26   #3530
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ID:734 has been taken from here.

http:// avtojurnal.ru/avtobusiness/avtobusiness_15793.html
Таганрогский автозавод начинает продажи долгожданного C100.
translation: Taganrog's autofactory starts sales (of) anticipated C100.
It is a 2009 тагаз с100 Вега (टागाज़ सी१०० वेगा)
A South Korean design assembled in Russia.
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Old 3rd December 2009, 23:17   #3531
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Yes it is the goggomobil,and i am sorry for posting it again,wasnt aware it had been posted before.
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Old 5th December 2009, 23:41   #3532
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An easy one to kick start this thread again!
ID 735
Guess the car.
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ID 735 is a Venturi Atlantique. Too easy, but effort to revive the thread appreciated.

OT: Check out the new pics I've posted in the Kolkata OTR thread.
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Old 6th December 2009, 01:22   #3534
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ID 736:Not too difficult.
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ID 736 is a Brit TVR Tasmin. Way too easy!
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ID 736. An 80's TVR Tasmin.

@avishar - One suggestion. Next time you put up a pic, try to blur out the obvious details. The design language of the car in question could have pointed to many countries - Italy, France, East Europe or even Japan. But the Tasmin badge, so prominently displayed, gave it away.
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Yes thats the Tasmin.Thanks for your suggestion.
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Default An intriguing but typically obscure ID:737

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(...) Thanks for your suggestion.
Another suggestion while we're at it. Always change the filename!

OK, how about something slightly more challenging after a couple of handouts? ID:737 was - according to my research - a production model and there are quite a few pictures around the web that seem to back this conviction up:

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A convertible version was also available:

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Shockingly enough, I only learned about this model yesterday - I'm not sure how encouraging this may sound.
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OK, how about something slightly more challenging after a couple of handouts? ID:737 was - according to my research - a production model and there are quite a few pictures around the web that seem to back this conviction up
Looking at those headlight assemblies I would've shouted Pegaso - but on closer inspection its nowhere as elegant looking. I'm watching this space
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I like to think I came even closer, esp. the styling cues -- the snout, the shape of the roof.
But unfortunately ID:737 is a much smaller car and much less refined, though equally obscure as this one.

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