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Old 19th December 2007, 19:20   #31
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Oh, and any pics. of the Black Standard 10/Super 10 in the right hand corner??



Glad to see atleast one standard at a rally in the south! 'hope we get some of them here in Hyd. as well!
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Is the first one a modified vehicle the door seems a bit odd
Stanher is spot-on, it is a Reliant Regal. Someone in the crowd told me that is has been custom made to suit a handicapped person.

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What CARS ARE THESE?
is the second one de dion bouton or (someting like that)
The below are of an early 1930s Wolsley (If I remember right). This car looked like a carriage, had lot of wood and was HUGE.
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Damn I was standing next to you when you took these pics. Did not realise only.
Me too, have PMed you to confirm you are the guy whom I think you are

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You did not take the jeeps, especially the one with the trailer
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Oh, and any pics. of the Black Standard 10/Super 10 in the right hand corner??
I have shot pictures of the Black Standard 10/Super 10, Jeeps (including with trailer) and many more. I shall post them a little later. Photobucket is acting up.
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Nope it is an original creation with 3 wheels.....I guess its a reliant rialto or regal:

reliant regal - Google Image Search

IF Iam not wrong then this car is seen in Mr bean series
where Mr beam always picks on this car with his mini cooper
its n blue colour
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do you have any info about that golden mustang
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do you have any info about that golden mustang
The gold one is a 1967/68 Mustang Fastback. This is evident from the side scoop behind the door and the concave rear lights which were introduced in 1967. There is also very little to differenciate between a 67 and a 68 Mustang externally, like the grill pattern and its pony surround which cannot be seen here.
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Great pics! That E type has me drooling

The Wolseley reminds me of one that shuffles between the Bombay and Poona rally scene.



Vijay Mallya also has a lovely Wolseley from a similar era, though a convertible.



I remember seeing the green Mustang in Hyderabad last year for sale.

Looking forward to more pics, especially of the Healey (ex Bombay car) and the Jag XK.
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The gold one is a 1967/68 Mustang Fastback. This is evident from the side scoop behind the door and the concave rear lights which were introduced in 1967. There is also very little to differenciate between a 67 and a 68 Mustang externally, like the grill pattern and its pony surround which cannot be seen here.

was this fastback green earlier?
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Great pics! That E type has me drooling
The design of the E type is truly ageless. One needs to hear the sound from the twin exhausts....sheer music to the ears.

I have many more pictures, will post soon. Apologies for the delay.
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well do you have any contact address or is the owner willing to sell it?
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The gold one is a 1967/68 Mustang Fastback. This is evident from the side scoop behind the door and the concave rear lights which were introduced in 1967. There is also very little to differenciate between a 67 and a 68 Mustang externally, like the grill pattern and its pony surround which cannot be seen here.
If I am not mistaken, the heat dispersing hood scoops were 68 only, so its a 68! right?

Is it a 6cyl or V8?

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If I am not mistaken, the heat dispersing hood scoops were 68 only, so its a 68! right?

Is it a 6cyl or V8?
What Hood Scoop?? I cant see it. Not on both the cars. Where did you see this on the car?
And yes the scoop/s did come in the 68 but only on the 428 V-8 Cobra Jet which was a limited Edition production.
Cant say but looking at the trim and if I had to hazard a guess, Id say its a straight six. This might be a 67 or even a 68
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see the pic carefully, and you will see the heat extraction scoops/vents (backward facing), this type of scoop came in normal cars too, and featured indicators.

I was thinking the same regarding the engine.
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The Blue mustang, KRE 2068, is a 1965 V6. It was originally owned by babu sait, of the 'chemeen' movie fame. It was bought down to cochin in March '66, and was originally shell white in colour. The owner also had an immaculate plymouth savoy which was sold about two years ago.
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see the pic carefully, and you will see the heat extraction scoops/vents (backward facing), this type of scoop came in normal cars too, and featured indicators.

I was thinking the same regarding the engine.
Boss no offense meant but really I cant see any scoops.
I must be blind as a bat bro but could you point out in the pic where the Hood Scoops are located since I cant see any?? I must be missing something here
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