Discussion in 'General' started by lex90, 31 Jan 2009.
random guess, its not a citroen bijou is it
Nope, none of the above.
That should make it a little easier. This car is still being made, and is very utilitarian.
EDIT: In case that image doesn't work:
Is it a uaz bukhanka van?
Although I thought it was a Furgon, but they seem to be known as both. Your go.
Hmm, I wonder if I can get away with showing the badge
EDIT: Will post a more revealing crop in a bit if people are stuck
What the hell, I can't even see how that's part of a car. I'm stumped on that one.
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Volga M21? not sure as it is all taped
Nope, the tape is kinda a clue though
I love and hate this thread at the same time. Out of all the cars so far, I've only recognised about 5 of them, and even then it was too late!
I was going to say an MG, but the badge seems to be too low.
It really is very like an mg midget.
I live in Colorado in the Colonies and haven't recognised ANY!
Maybe a VW Type 3 or 4?
The rear lights and wings aren't right to be a Midget imo, no petrol cap either. Very similar to that though
Tail lights are too small to be a Type 3 Notchback VW. Youse guys ever buy American cars?
triumph spitfire? maybe?
My late Father's tiny toy:
Some people buy Ford's, but the golden rule in England seems to be, if you can afford it, buy German or Jap, if you can't, buy a new French one every 3 years. We seem to avoid American.
^ The important bit being that Ford Europe and GM Europe (i.e. Opel) are very different to their American divisions. For a start, they sell much more appealing cars for the European market.
Anyway, John I don't think its your go.
Is the taped up car a Volvo P60? or a P1900?
No winners so far.
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