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Old 9th September 2007, 23:10   #1366
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Yes the American cars were spelt Crosley and British Crossley.

edit: There is Crossle from Ireland too.

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it is a 1930 crosley airflow. i hope no one had complains with the name poping up when you click on properties. GS any complains or did i get it right this time.
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Old 10th September 2007, 10:10   #1369
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it is a 1930 crosley airflow. i hope no one had complains with the name poping up when you click on properties. GS any complains or did i get it right this time.
LOL you got it right this time.
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ID:320 is a 1914 Stutz Bearcat.

The ultimate brass-era supercar of its time, this car had a huge 6,388 cc 4-cylinder T-head engine. Exhaust and intake valves were on either side of the combustion chamber creating the "T" configuration.

The Bearcat was supposedly the first sports car with an under-slung minimalist body and even less comfort (no doors, no windshield). In 1915, Erwin George 'Cannonball' Baker broke previous records by driving a Bearcat from San Diego to New York in 11 days, 7 hours, and 15 minutes.

With a motor sport pedigree and modern design for the brass era, the Bearcat was a status symbol for the wealthy. Today this 1914 Stutz Bearcat is worth US$ 0.5m (Rs. 2 crore).

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Old 10th September 2007, 14:45   #1371
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Old 10th September 2007, 15:56   #1372
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spot on RAM. can trust you to come up with the details.

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321 is a la salle, dont know the truck, is it steam powered? british?
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321 is a la salle, dont know the truck, is it steam powered? british?
Yes awini its a 1934 la salle Series 350
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ID:322 is Sentinel Steam truck
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yes GS it is a 1930 SENTINEL STEAM TRUCK

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ID 323 is the small and smart Gogomobil Dart. An Australian company I think.
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ID: 323 is the Gogomobil Dart

Drat!! Karl you beat me to it.

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So all give up on ID 316
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ID:316-1970 Oldmobile Cutlass 442 Convertible
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/intern...tml#post556431

Whaaa?? Check above, I Identified ID 316 ages back. Tera Dhyan Kidhar Hai buddy. Too much Bondi Beach eh?:

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