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    Quote Originally Posted by LongRanger View Post
    Only the world's 1st production mid-engine road car . . .
    I think lots of the 1890s / early 1900s horseless carriages are mid engined... so that's probably not really the "first mid engined car" when the requirement is that the engine is behind the driver and in front of the rear axle
    And I can think of about 30 other mid engined cars of the 1910s to 1930s, teh most famous perhaps being the Rumpler Tropfenwagen etc.

    For fans of such oddities there is a new magazine https://rareandunique.media/ rare and unique vehicles - a true gem in today's car media mass.
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    That beige double cab next to the Fletcher 550 caugHt my eye. California clean.

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    Monterey . . .

    . . . looks to be a Ford Mustang Shelby GT350

    Kindova brutish/cartoonish/silly beast --- but (your deity here), what a motor! OK-OK --- maybe an absolute horror to look at --- what with all the pipes + hoses + bracing + whatever scattered over everything . . . but a real riot to listen to. Even has a switchable neighbor-hater exhaust tract clamped onto 526 horses

    Is this what things 've come to?

    Then/again --- what do I care? . . . passes emissions, yes?

    Hell-yeah! --- + make mine orange, while you're at it


    Just the thing to blatt around in --- 'till they take the gasoline away . . . and we all know that's coming

    Not the most bashful shade, maybe --- but most come with all manner of stripes and black roofs to make any color other than black somewhat remarkable


    Stupid car . . . but if they were juuuuuust a little cheaper?







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    More Monterey . . .

    . . . Alpina C2 2.7

    Yeah-yeah --- four doors are kindova buzzkill . . . + I didn't see what gearbox --- but/still a super-rare car, here in the States. Not a big fan of that 'cow-catcher' spoiler, but I love those chrome bikini bumpers + side-markers . . . + clean, clean, clean

    I swear this could be the same car W Carini had for sale at his F40 Motorsports, coupla years back




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