The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by KoppaK, Jan 20, 2006.
OK guys what do you reckon?
I reckon it would look even better yet if it was in my driveway !!!! Nice ride
I remember the car, just can't think what it is.....
citroen C4 ?
I can name the tents!Looks like Austin/Rover maybe?Probably Austin cos you love em KK.As for the Rod.......
I'm guessing Hillman...
Sorry guys keep guessing.
Me Me Me i know i got my hand up at the back of the room its a ..........not allowed to say am i ??
No no no any news on the A
Shit , this one was hard... The only thing I've noticed is the drop in the beltline between the door & cowl... doubt that it started out as a delivery, and the visor ... How about a Humber? This time I'm lost...
1930 Morris Isis?
I sent u a PM about A ...
Is it a Vauxhall light six A type
I was thinking Birmingham and 2 wheels meself, but I have been known to get it wrong.
MeesterP knows! but he ain't telling!!!
He likes chinese take away too much )
Come on guys dont get all pissy cause you ain't got it yet.
Birmingham Small Arms...
Yeah yeah ok, was that with a little help from MeesterP?
Very very rare, BSA, only a handfull left, I think it was a 32 model.Built by a good mate of Skimmers, Chris Palmer. At this point it had a breathed on 2 litre Pinto fitted which was later replaced by a hot 215 V8 when he sold it to his brother.Here's a brochure shot of a stocker I found in Google Images.
When I first saw it, I thought BSA, but was thinking of the three-wheelers.
I had forgotten that they built four wheel models as well, so I second-guessed myself. MeesterP put me on the right track.
Didn't BSA and Lanchester share the same bodies at about that time?
How does one tell them apart?
Swankey Devils C.C.
You know I really don't know, I've never seen a stock one even they're that rare.
I thought BSA stood for British Small Arms.
I dont know, but it looks like my car, almost.
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