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    It was a beautiful day today and that brought out this old Rolls Royce convertible, compete with leather interior - of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard230 View Post
    It was a beautiful day today and that brought out this old Rolls Royce convertible, compete with leather interior - of course.
    It is a strange fact that after the second world war many taxis in Edinburgh were Rolls Royces. (I can't remember if it was the same in other cities), and thinking about it I guess that they were stored over the war when other cheaper cars were scrapped, or flogged around running on coal gas - at least in London.

    I also remember seeing a Rolls Royce with its body panels filled with concrete and a railway line front and back in local 'banger' races. Nothing could stop it, so long as the driver managed to get it to turn sufficiently to get around the cinder track!

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    I have a car 1948 MG. That car has been sold ten years ago. I love the car very much. I used the car. Its style is old but heavy. The car made by England 1945. After world wer2 has remodeled and improved the car TC. It has 1250cc engine and four-cylinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigala View Post
    I have a car 1948 MG. That car has been sold ten years ago. I love the car very much. I used the car. Its style is old but heavy. The car made by England 1945. After world wer2 has remodeled and improved the car TC. It has 1250cc engine and four-cylinder.
    I know this model well - but confess when TC drivers waved at me as I passed them in my Morgan +4, I didn't respond as I knew my car wasn't an MG and was far superior - in my opinion! They fetch 'silly money' nowadays - have fun.

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    Villa d'Este Concours 2019. We made it! One of the big things on my bucket list, and - we actually got there. A fabulous event and they also had a magnificent motorcycle display next door at Villa Erba. I will post my shots of the bikes elsewhere on our site, but for the cars, have a look at this report. Much better photo coverage than my happysnaps. https://www.sportscardigest.com/conc...rt-and-photos/

    All 18 pages of it!
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    Wow! Even my wife liked them. That would be something to see in person.

    Edit: To look at the pictures, brings back a feeling of the passion and love for automobiles that those people had. Today, cars are cookie-cutter, like motorcycles really. But back then, they didn't have air tunnels, and designers could dictate what a car looked like. They designed with their hearts. And maybe it was a loser is real life, but at the time, it was wonderful.

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    Yesterday it was a nice looking Bug-eye Sprite, a row of garish-looking over-powered Dodge things with wings and an interesting-looking Kansas race car. Quite a contrast.
    A friend had a 1961 MkI bug-eyed Sprite. It was in the early 1970s. This one was more than standard and was raced on the track also. It held the under 1100cc lap record at one of the local race tracks for many years. In those days Mini Cooper S was the car to beat and the little Sprite would. If I remember rightly, my friend managed to bolt a 998cc Mini engine, bored out to 1030cc, pointed it north/south and ran that engine in it. There was a local engineer who used to build racing engines for Morris Minis who helped him. A pair of 45mm Weber carbies and a very lumpy cam. I think he also fitted a Austin Healey Midget gearbox. Sitting in the passenger seat the induction roar was deafening. It went like a scalded cat, all power to weight ratio. The thing weighed next to nothing!

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    Glad you enjoyed the pix from Villa d'Este, guys. Here is a link to my favourite year of this event, 2014. Richard probably remembers me posting it previously, but I can't help myself https://www.sportscardigest.com/conc...cture-gallery/
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    Does a fire engine count? 1919 Ahrens Fox with chain drive. This engine was actually still in service in the 1950's.

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    That 1919 Ahrens Fox fire engine is a beautiful design and has fantastic workmanship, Selden. I would hate to take it anywhere near an active fire.
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    The sure don't make them like that anymore.
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    For its last active service as a fire engine, it was loaded on a freight car and shipped to Baltimore, where it pumped for more than 24 hours straight at a big fire. I shudder to think what the restoration cost, but they did a beautiful job. Note that this is a volunteer fire company, so the entire restoration project was funded by contributions from the community. The building it's parked in front of was the town's fire hall 150 years ago. The horse-drawn engine went in the middle bay, and on either side were stables for horses.

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    The General Lee showed up at Alice's Restaurant today. I give the owner a lot of credit for driving it around the very "blue" San Francisco Bay Area.
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    It was Bathtub Porsche day at Alice's Restaurant this morning. Photos attached.
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    Here is a selection of old and new sport cars that I saw today. Which ones do you like. That Austin Healey sure looked nice.
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    Here is a selection of old and new sport cars that I saw today. Which ones do you like. That Austin Healey sure looked nice.
    BMW F800S.

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    With warm and sunny weather in the SF Bay Area for the past month (not a single drop of moisture in about 45 days so far) this very nice restored Mini Cooper showed up across from Alice's Restaurant yesterday. Sorry about the upside down photo. No matter how I edit it in my files, it still remains upside down when I post it here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard230 View Post
    With warm and sunny weather in the SF Bay Area for the past month (not a single drop of moisture in about 45 days so far) this very nice restored Mini Cooper showed up across from Alice's Restaurant yesterday. Sorry about the upside down photo. No matter how I edit it in my files, it still remains upside down when I post it here.
    Ahhhh,, the mighty Mini. It was nicked named the 'Brick' here in Australia. The police drove Cooper Ses in the late 1960s, which were a bit more than standard. The Mini won a few years at the iconic Bathurst 500 race against bigger and much faster cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve n rose View Post
    Looks like a McLaren, maybe.
    That is right. Complete with a rear wing that automatically rises and falls on a piston with your speed. McLarens are a dime a dozen around here. One of their showrooms is in Mountain View on El Camino Real, right next to the Tesla dealer. No lack of money and fancy cars in that area.
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    Anyone for a yellow McLaren?
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    Here is an interesting car that I have never seen before. The owner drove it to Alice's Restaurant for a short while before driving off down Highway 84, heading toward the coast. He said it was a 1953 Fiat 1100, which made about 40 hp. I followed it down 84 for a while and it really scooted around the corners of the highway. He was definitely exceeding the speed limit.
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    Check out this 1972 Ginetta. I had never heard of this car before. The owner said that it has a 2000cc 4-cylinder engine making 175 hp and the car weighs about 1400 pounds.
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    Richard - Current bikes: 2016 BMW R1200RS, 2018 16.6 kWh Zero S, 2011 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Classic, 2009 BMW F650GS, 2020 KTM 390 Duke, 2002 Yamaha FZ1 (FZS1000N) and a 1978 Honda Kick 'N Go Senior.

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