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Re: new 1 month, 1 week ago #991

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'78 Dodge on short card

Re: new 1 month, 1 week ago #992

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Mazda Miata Treasure Hunt, '69 Copo Camaro, Dodge Rampage, Datsun 510, Nissan Skyline, Porsche 356













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Re: new 1 month, 1 week ago #993

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<p>Never mind. The post I was referring to was already answered. Mods can take this post out if they like.</p>
Last Edit: 1 month, 1 week ago by Nobleco.
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Re: new 1 month, 1 week ago #994

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Nissan GT-R, 35GT-RR , '94 Audi Avant




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Re: new 1 month, 1 week ago #995

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Lancia, Audi, Toyota




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Re: new 1 month, 1 week ago #996

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Re: new 1 month, 1 week ago #997

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love them too
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Re: new 1 month ago #998

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The Nash and the '55 Chevy are great. I see you also found the first import of Honda to North America. Did you know it was based on a motorcycle and is chain driven? The first issue in Japan had a motorcycle engine in it if I recall correctly.
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Re: new 1 month ago #999

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I remember the little car coming to England , I never knew it's history but love the little car

Re: new 1 month ago #1000

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Watched a series on the Automotive industry a while ago and Honda and Toyota were featured in the Japanese car business. They showed the when they first started out as mechanics or Engineers and what they did. Honda was a motorcycle mechanic but wanted to build a car and Toyota was an engineer who also wanted to break into the car business. It was all very interesting. I remember this little Honda at Fred Deeley Motors on Broadway in Vancouver. He was the Canadian importer of Harley Davidson back in the 1960's and I can also remember he brought the first Honda Motorcycles into Canada and also brought this little N600 over as well. It did not go over very well here in Canada so the stopped bringing it in. Eventually some one else started up a Honda dealerships but I don't remember who that was.
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Re: new 1 month ago #1001

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All that above would have been between 1967 and 1972 before I bought my first used Harley 45 cu.in. Army bike in 7 milk crates a frame and a front End and rear wheel. Front wheel, engine and every thing else was all in pieces on those 7 milk crates. That was job but it ran great and I drove it for years.
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Re: new 1 month ago #1002

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My Grandfather had a Harley and sidecar in UK after WW1 then he bought his first car, a Le Zebre

Re: new 1 month ago #1003

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Nice looking old car. I looked it up and is similar to very early Ford Cars.
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Re: new 1 month ago #1004

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It was replaced by a 1934 Ford model Y 2 door
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Re: new 1 month ago #1005

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