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Old 22nd October 2010, 15:59   #4081
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I think that ID:909 is a Lloyd Arabella (also known as LP 900 and marketed under the Borgward brand between 1961-63).

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909 : Is it a Moretti 500 ?
Clues please Italian ? (signs from the pic...)
Well it isn't. Molkerei means Dairy in German. Was racking my brains to find a German Austin Cambridge lookalike before DM logged on. As you can see, ran out of time!

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I think that ID:909 is a Lloyd Arabella (also known as LP 900 and marketed under the Borgward brand between 1961-63).
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Old 26th October 2010, 16:59   #4083
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I think that ID:909 is a Lloyd Arabella (also known as LP 900 and marketed under the Borgward brand between 1961-63).
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Was racking my brains to find a German Austin Cambridge lookalike before DM logged on. As you can see, ran out of time!
DoubleMac got it right. ID:909 is a 1961 Lloyd Arabella.
It was the last car to carry Borgward's Lloyd brand. It had a four cylinder "boxer" engine with opposed twin cylinders. Total cubic capacity was 897 cc.
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Old 26th October 2010, 17:55   #4084
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ID:910 Here's an easy one.
Please identify the year, make and modelname of this station wagon.

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Old 27th October 2010, 16:11   #4085
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ID:910 looks like a relatively (depending on your whereabouts, I guess) rare variant of the BMC Farina range the Australian Austin Freeway introduced in 1962 and also available in the traditional 4-door saloon body style.
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Old 27th October 2010, 16:46   #4086
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Default ID:910 1962 Austin Freeway station wagon

Right! ID:910 is a 1962 Austin Freeway station wagon.

It had the Blue Streak straight-six engine. Developed in Australia, it was a 2,433 cc 6-cylinder extension of our venerable Landmaster/Ambassador BMC B OHV engine. The Blue Streak develops 80 bhp.

The Freeway's track and the wheelbase were larger than the British A60 "Farinas".

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Pardon me for saying this. With a European member expert in old European cars, an American member expert in old American cars and a car afficionado who went to school in the UK in the late 1960s, I am left with precious few cars to show, more so because, unlike lesser forums, our rules mandate mass-produced production volume cars, not coach-builts, one-offs, prototypes or racing cars.
Anyway here is ID:911, a handsome station wagon with tailfins and whitewall tires. Should be relatively easy to identify.

Please identify year, make and modelname.

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Old 27th October 2010, 17:09   #4087
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ID:911 seems to be a Dodge Sierra, and from this angle it certainly looks like a 1957.
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Old 27th October 2010, 17:14   #4088
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Wouldn't it be nice to let the weaker fellow Team-BHPians, take some time, and have some fun, figuring out the cars too ?

I would recommend that some of us strong ones answer only 18 hours after posting. Or attempt only the seriously challenging questions.
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Old 28th October 2010, 16:04   #4089
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Default ID899 is a Caprice

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No one to help me out ? Is it just because I myself don't know what car it is ?
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Bro, that is a Chevrolet Caprice (2007 - Present), most probably a Royale.

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Old 1st December 2010, 16:48   #4090
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So, Guess this car...

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Should be a easy one
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So, Guess this car...

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Should be a easy one

That would be Opel Agila in Europe, I have had seen this in spain and got confused for an Wagon R later learnt thru Google.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/intern...car-scene.html (The Spanish Car Scene.)

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Umm. It does'nt necessarily need to be an Agila. The UK Spec Wagon R had exactly the same features.
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Old 1st December 2010, 21:30   #4093
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Umm. It does'nt necessarily need to be an Agila. The UK Spec Wagon R had exactly the same features.
If you go by the placement of the side strips on the door and the wheelcaps (which are different on both the wheels though), then I think it's an Agila.
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Old 1st December 2010, 21:47   #4094
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Guess this car maker and model,i guess easy meat for the pros
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Hmm, could that be… a 1951 Ferrari 212 Inter by Vignale?

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