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De Tomaso P72 
"Engine: Ford Coyote"
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somar78 · 1 year
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Rovin D4 Cabriolet - 1951 by Perico001 The front and rear of this car are the same. The small wheels and high-looking body give the Rovin the appearance of a pedal car. Yet, for such a small car, the Rovin has surprisingly advanced technology, such as a three-speed synchronised gearbox and independent suspension. The initial models were fitted with a 260 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine, but this was soon replaced by a 462 cc water-cooled flat-twin. Frenchman Robert de Rovin was building motorcycles in the 1920s, as well as a couple of cycle-cars for his personal use. After World War II he started producing small cars. Although later models like this D4 were fitted with a 13 hp 462 cc engine, the Rovins were not able to compete with the Citroën 2CV and the marque disappeared in 1958. Rovins were imported in the Netherlands by Louwman & Parqui. Louwman Museum Den Haag - The Hague Nederland - Netherlands August 2012 https://flic.kr/p/2mNHpQD
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Fiat 1100 Boat-Car - 1953
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Fiat 1100 Boat-Car - 1953 by Perico001 Via Flickr: Coachwork by Carrozzeria Coriasco Deze ‘boot op wielen’ kan beslist niet varen. Het zou gezien kunnen worden als een auto in bootgedaante. Carrosseriebouwer Coriasco uit Turijn maakt begin jaren vijftig dit opvallende voertuig op basis van een Fiat 1100 om te dienen als publiciteitsobject voor een vaarschool in Bologna, de Scuola Nautica Scarani. Coriasco voorziet de auto van allerlei nautische kenmerken als patrijspoorten, reddingsboeien en een gevernist houten dek, terwijl de spatborden fungeren als het ‘water’ dat door de boot wordt doorkliefd. Al sinds de jaren twintig bouwt Coriasco koetswerken op chassis van onder meer Fiat, Ceirano en Itala. Daarna richt het bedrijf zich voornamelijk op lichte vracht- en bestelauto’s. In de jaren zeventig volgt een terugkeer naar personenauto’s met onder meer stationcaruitvoeringen van de Fiat 127. 1,1 Liter 4 Cylinder 36 HP Louwman Museum Den Haag - The Hague Nederland - Netherlands March 2013
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nhc1922 · 2 years
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Ferrari 512 TR - 1992
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Ferrari 512 TR - 1992 por Perico001 Por Flickr: 4.943 cc Flat 12 428 hp Vmax : 314 km/h Cité de l'Automobile - National Museum Schlumpf Collection 17 rue de la Mertzau Mulhouse - France July 2013
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Renault Espider, 1998, designed by Sbarro, built by Matra. A spider version of the second generation Espace MPV created as driver transport for the Le Mans 24 hours race. First and last photos by Perico001 on Flickr
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carpr0n · 3 years
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Starring: ‘99 Pagani Zonda C12 
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wrooom · 1 year
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Porsche 911 Carrera 4 - 1990 
"Porsche 964"
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Jaguar XJ 220 - 1992 
"The XJ 220 was developed from a V12-engined 4WD concept car, unveiled in 1998. Approximately 1.500 deposits were taken. Engineering and emissions requirements resulted in significant changes to the specification of the XJ 220, most notably the replacement of the V12 by a twin-turbo V6 of 3.498 cc developing 542 hp and a RWD concept instead of 4WD Yet is was one of the most expensive production cars at that time. As a result, many buyers choose not to exercise their purchase options. A total of just 275 cars were produced between 1992-1994. It's name is pure Jaguar tradition: 220 refers to the top speed in mph, or 354 km/h."
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somar78 · 1 year
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Tamplin Cycle Car - 1921 by Perico001 This is one of the few remaining Tamplins, a car make from Staines in England. The car is a proper cycle-car, with its narrow wheels, straight mudguards and staggered, tandem-seating arrangement. It was designed by Captain Sir John Carden, who had built his first car in 1913. This model has a front-mounted 1,000 cc, V-twin JAP engine, reinforced fibreboard bodywork, a simple belt drive and rather flimsy, independent front-wheel suspension. In 1919 Carden sold the production rights to this car to one of his dealers, E.A. Tamplin, who immediately linked his name to the car. Tamplins remained in production until 1925, though it is said that the cars were manufactured to order until 1927. Louwman Museum Den Haag - The Hague Nederland - Netherlands March 2013 https://flic.kr/p/2mPwTLT
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somar78 · 2 years
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Mercedes 300 SEL 6.3 - 1968 by Perico001 W109 6.323 cc V8 396 PS Vmax : 270 km/h Techno Classica 2013 Essen Deutschland - Germany April 2013 https://flic.kr/p/2khWtiD
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somar78 · 2 years
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Saab 96/99 "Paddan" Concept - 1965 by Perico001 In 1965, two years before the Saab 99 was unveiled, a complete chassis, with engine, gearbox etc, had to be driven and tested on normal roads. Saab's engineers solved the secrecy problem by cutting up a Saab 96 body, making it 20 cm wider and putting it onto the new car's chassis. This car - called "The Toad" - covered several hundred miles before revealed by an evening paper journalist. Saab Car Museum Åkerssjövägen 18 Trollhättan Sverige - Sweden July 2012 https://flic.kr/p/2k4rKG3
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nhc1922 · 2 years
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Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 - 1985
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Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 - 1985 por Perico001 Por Flickr: 1.775 cc 4 In-line 430 hp Cité de l'Automobile - National Museum Schlumpf Collection 17 rue de la Mertzau Mulhouse - France July 2013
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nhc1922 · 2 years
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Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux - 1936
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Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux - 1936 por Perico001 Por Flickr: 3.257 cc 8 In-line 135 hp Cité de l'Automobile - National Museum Schlumpf Collection 17 rue de la Mertzau Mulhouse - France March 2017
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nhc1922 · 2 years
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Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux - 1935
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Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux - 1935 por Perico001 Por Flickr: Chassis n° 57356 3.257 cc 8 In-line 135 hp Cité de l'Automobile - National Museum Schlumpf Collection 17 rue de la Mertzau Mulhouse - France March 2017
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airmanisr · 2 years
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De Dion-Bouton & Trepardoux Steam Quadricycle - 1887
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De Dion-Bouton & Trepardoux Steam Quadricycle - 1887 by Perico001 Via Flickr: This De Dion-Bouton & Trepardoux is one of the oldest surviving motorcars in the world. With its steam boiler located at the front and connecting rods to the rear wheels, it resembles a tank locomotive but is nevertheless one of the first usable, and therefore successful, applications of a steam engine in a small motorcar. The twin-cylinder compound engine installed under the floor could be operated by one man, eliminating the need for an additional stoker. The water tank was located underneath the seats and the coal bunker surrounded the boiler. The vehicle could get up steam within 50 minutes and could reach a top speed of approximately 60 km/h. The company De Dion, Bouton et Trépardoux was one of the first car manufac-turers. It was established in 1880 outside Paris by the brothers-in-law Georges Bouton and Charles Trépardoux, initially to make toy steam engines. Their sophisticated craftsmanship caught the attention of the count Albert de Dion, who proceeded to finance the production of steam-driven vehicles. In 1889, when De Dion attended the Paris Exhibition, he saw a petrol engine for the first time. He immediately recognised its potential and went on to develop one himself. Trépardoux however, wanted to carry on with steam and left in 1893. Louwman Museum Den Haag - The Hague Nederland - Netherlands March 2013
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