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some very cool rides you may not have seen before

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ChefMike, Mar 18, 2013.

  1. ChefMike
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    [FONT=verdana, arial][FONT=verdana, arial]1921 Farman A6B Super Sport Torpedo
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    1922 Marmon Model 34B Speedster
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    1927 Isotta-Fraschini Tipo 8A Fleetwood Roadster
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    1929 duPont Model G Speedster
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    1930 Isotta-Fraschini 8A SS Castagna Torpedo Sport
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    1930 Minerva Van Den Plas Cabriolet
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    1930 Ruxton Model C Raunch and Lang Roadster
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    1931 Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 GS Touring Flying Star Spyder
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    1931 duPont Model H Merrimac Sport Phaeton
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    1932 REO Royale Convertible Coupe
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    1933 Hispano Siuza J12 Deletren Freres Cabriolet
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    1936 Delahaye 135 Competition Court Figoni et Falaschi Coupe
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    1936 Delahaye 135 Figoni et Falaschi Torpedo Cabriolet
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    1937 Delahaye 135 Figoni et Falaschi Torpedo Cabriolet
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    1937 Talbot Lago T150 SS Figoni Et Falaschi Coupe
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    1937 Delahaye 145 Chapron Coupe
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    1938 Delage D8-120 VanVooren Cabriolet
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    1938 Delahaye 135 M Figoni et Falaschi Cabriolet
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    1938 Horch 853A Erdmann & Rossi Sport Cabriolet
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    1938 Talbot Figoni & Falaschi 7/23 Faux Cabriolet
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  2. Sphynx
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    from Central Fl

    Those are some really nice cars.
     
  3. garvinzoom
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    That first one is just ugly...
     
  4. z-4wheldrft
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    z-4wheldrft
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    from s.e.pa.

    man those french cars are beautys
     

  5. hombres ruin
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    The 37 and 38 delahaye are just plain bitchin rides.
     
  6. propwash
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    from Las Vegas

    Wouldn't say UGLY, but it sure is a bit ungainly-looking, like you could drive right into the water and it would sprout a rudder and a prop as soon as the wheels folded up.

    as to the others, that Figon et Falaschi sure had some great stylists backed up by stunning metalworkers. Sure beats looking at Pontiac Aztecs.
     
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  7. rockfish
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    Whoever said money can't buy happiness wasn't a car enthusiast.
     
  8. ESGEE
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    The thing not seeing those kind of cars is that it aint no regular Joe owning one. If someone would sell one its just the m word on the price.
    Can ordinary people even go to those events...
     
  9. cmyhtrod
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    The DuPont and Ruxton float my boat big time
     
  10. 54rat210
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    Not my cup of tea
     
  11. Muttley
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    Why do I have a sudden urge for Grey Poupon?
     
  12. Steel A Rod
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    Great cars, Thanks for sharing.
     
  13. shinysideup
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    Post the traditional hotrods...
     
  14. Mnhotrodbuilder
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    Found where the woodlites are hanging out! Thanks for posting
     
  15. Raceraidan
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    Who needs to post " traditional hot rods" when Automotive Porn is on Display?!?:D:eek::D
     

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  16. henryj1951
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    nice and some are above my pay grade:mad:
     
  17. phukinartie
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    Thats what was going through my mind!
     
  18. aircap
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    Always did love the grille on the Horch...
     
  19. mammyjammer
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    from Area 51

    Many of the today's finest Hot Rods are built from scratch by some very talented people, .......just like these high end cars of 70 years ago.
     
  20. Makes me wanna squat when i pee!
     
  21. Mainly because this is a traditional hot rod & custom site not a Pebble Beach show car pictorial! Plus if that's not why your here your on the wrong forum!HRP
     
  22. Lobucrod
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    I'd stuff a nailhead in any of em.
     
  23. hotrod--willys
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    For sure, Those people and cars are not part of the 47%:eek:
     
  24. those are beautiful cars
    breathtaking, not to mention the price tag would take your breath away.
     
  25. LANCE-SPEED
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    Some one with photochop talents needs to make them into Customs.
     
  26. Those are absolutely stunning. Thanks for posting.
     

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