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Old 9th February 2012, 17:15   #4156
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Guess the car. Its Italian.

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1988 Ferrari Testarossa F90 Speciale

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Old 9th February 2012, 17:27   #4157
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1988 Ferrari Testarossa F90 Speciale

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Correct . Any clues about ID:931 ?

For fellow bhpians here's some details about the 1988 Ferrari Testarossa F90 Speciale

Ferrari Testarossa F90 Speciale - Wikicars
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Old 9th February 2012, 17:27   #4158
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Guess the car and the car its based on.
1996 Baci Roadster
  • Car number 14 of only 14 ever built !!
  • Built on a brand new Thunderbird 4.6 Multi Port V8
  • Factory built by hand, on a brand new Ford T-bird
  • Built by the Besasie Auto Company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by the former employees of Excalibur Motors.
  • Styling is a bit like the 1934 Mercedes 500k, but way more luxurious

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Old 9th February 2012, 17:30   #4159
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1996 Baci Roadster
  • Styling is a bit like the 1934 Mercedes 500k, but way more luxurious

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Correct once again
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Old 10th February 2012, 08:09   #4160
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ID:932 is the Sultan of Brunei's 1988 Pininfarina Ferrari F90 built by Pinifarina on Ferrari Testarossa mechanicals, including the famous Ferrari 390 bhp Testarossa engine.

Designed by Enrico Fumia, R&D head, Pininfarina, initially keeping Ferrari in the dark !! Like the donor Testarossa, the radiators and fans were in the front of the car.

Note the Testarossa's five-spoker alloy wheels and double stalked flag mirrors.

Strictly speaking this should not qualify for our "Official Guess the Car" thread, because although a total of 6 were made, all were custom Pininfarina designer prototypes and all were made only for the Sultan of Brunei.

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ID: 933

(It's a French!)
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Old 10th February 2012, 10:25   #4162
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Default ID:933; 2012 CitroŽn DS4 THP 200

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ID:933 is easy.
It's a 2012 CitroŽn DS4 THP 200.
Love the positive front-wheel-arch follower bulge and the negative rear-wheel-arch follower depression.
The unique alloy rims give the car away.
Also note the hidden rear door handles.

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ID:933 is easy.
It's a 2012 CitroŽn DS4 THP 200.
Love the positive front-wheel-arch follower bulge and the negative rear-wheel-arch follower depression.
The unique alloy rims give the car away.
Also note the hidden rear door handles.

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A beautiful number from CitroŽn. This car has won quite a number of awards for its design.

Ram, I maybe wrong, but think a small correction is needed in the complete name provided above. I think the identification should be 2011 CitroŽn DS4. The car was launched in 2011, and I am not sure if there is any specific design cues to say that it is THP 200.
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Old 10th February 2012, 10:49   #4164
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A beautiful number from CitroŽn. This car has won quite a number of awards for its design.

Ram, I maybe wrong, but think a small correction is needed in the complete name provided above. I think the identification should be 2011 CitroŽn DS4. The car was launched in 2011, and I am not sure if there is any specific design cues to say that it is THP 200.
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ID:933 is easy.
It's a 2012 CitroŽn DS4 THP 200.
Love the positive front-wheel-arch follower bulge and the negative rear-wheel-arch follower depression.
The unique alloy rims give the car away.
Also note the hidden rear door handles.

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The car is Citroen Ds4 THP 155 EGS6. And yeah it is 2011 model.:thumbs
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Old 10th February 2012, 11:03   #4165
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This one is quite difficult. Try it!

These are two different car models.

Model 1 : picture 1 & 2

Model 2 : picture 3 & 4
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Old 10th February 2012, 13:55   #4166
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I hope I am correct!

Model 1: THAIRUNG TR Transformer

Model 2: THAIRUNG MUV4

I guess they are from Thailand. Or are there no prizes for guessing this part?
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I hope I am correct!

Model 1: THAIRUNG TR Transformer

Model 2: THAIRUNG MUV4

I guess they are from Thailand. Or are there no prizes for guessing this part?

Bang On Target!

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Old 10th February 2012, 14:40   #4168
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I hope I am correct!

Model 1: THAIRUNG TR Transformer

Model 2: THAIRUNG MUV4

I guess they are from Thailand. Or are there no prizes for guessing this part?
correct!

are a copy of Hummer or what?
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Old 12th February 2012, 21:33   #4169
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Default The hard-to-trace ID:936

Itís been a while since my last entry here but I think Iíve finally found something both cute and interesting and, uhm, obscure enough to enjoy 5 minutes of fame in this educational thread. You can see as many as 3 of these sympathetic (though sadly dilapidated) things in the frame, and at least 3 more were made overall.

In case youíre wondering why the photo looks a bit messy, my apologies, but I just donít feel like having some joker run it through Googleís image-recognition algorithm in order to arrive at the answer in seconds. Good luck.

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Itís been a while since my last entry here but I think Iíve finally found something both cute and interesting and, uhm, obscure enough to enjoy 5 minutes of fame in this educational thread. You can see as many as 3 of these sympathetic (though sadly dilapidated) things in the frame, and at least 3 more were made overall.

In case youíre wondering why the photo looks a bit messy, my apologies, but I just donít feel like having some joker run it through Googleís image-recognition algorithm in order to arrive at the answer in seconds. Good luck.

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Could you please give some more hints, its a real tough one
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