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Published 27/02/2017 @ 10:18:42, By Exiv96
Aaah... RVR, of course !


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Published 27/02/2017 @ 15:04:14, By Baube
i was supposed to post a pic of a RVR under the Vista but got dragged out of the computer and kept forgetting to do it.....even after adding the others :whistle:
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Published 20/03/2017 @ 06:15:17, By Baube
Not really funny but met those pics while searching for the year the Hilux name was phased out in North America . those pics are not taken by me ( i wish it was, so fun to meet a car that wasn't sold here ) but the guy who took the pics said he was in Georgia ( USA ) when he took them
http://www.tfltruck.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/image_1.jpeg
http://www.tfltruck.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/image_2.jpeg
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Published 20/03/2017 @ 06:56:00, By night cub
I wonder if they're there for a film production? The TV show MacGyver shoots in Georgia.
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Published 24/03/2017 @ 20:07:47, By Ddey65
i never thought Wacky Races ( known to me as Les fous du volant ) were a real thing !
http://i.imgur.com/22h7sJ1.jpg



I think I saw a YouTube video of a commercial heavily influenced by that cartoon.


Anyway, not funny but I still thought it was interesting.

http://politicaly.com/rare-historical-photos/11/

An assembly line of 1958 Chevy's.
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Published 25/03/2017 @ 10:19:38, By Baube
Bike donate anti-theft system to VW... :grin:
http://funnyphoto.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/funny-antitheft-13.jpg

Don't know if it is the same Golf or another car but.....
http://funnyphoto.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/funny-antitheft-14.jpg

Others were mostly bikes ( motorized or 2-legs powered ) and other stuff ( the stroller in a bag one makes me laugh.. :lol: ) so here's the link

Since ingo works for an insurance company, i'm sure he saw some really funny ones too... :wink:

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Published 31/05/2017 @ 02:33:06, By Ddey65
Another non-funny pic from the web (maybe there should be a whole new thread for this). This image of Bay Shore, New York's Long Island Rail Road station claims to be from the 1960's. However this is far from the truth, because the cars and trucks all have 1973-87 New York State license plates, and that Chevy C-Series pickup is clearly of the 1977-79 variety.

http://www.nycsubway.org/perl/show?42675


I've tried to correct NYC Subway.org about this error on numerous occasions, but this is one that they refuse to budge on.
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Published 17/06/2017 @ 20:44:10, By Ddey65
New article on a 1937 Checker Y8 converted into a tow truck:
http://bangshift.com/bangshiftxl/this-incredibly-rare-1937-checker-y8-was-made-into-a-wrecker-in-the-1940s-and-has-been-restored-to-its-glory/

This is one of only TWO Y8's to still exist, which means hopefully the other didn't get such a drastic conversion job.
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Published 18/06/2017 @ 08:26:38, By Baube
Nice.. a taxi for cars.. :smile:

they did a great job by restoring it . i really hope the last one is still in original form but at least this one was converted in the 40's, when a few more of them were available and not now where it is rarer than a F1 car in a snow storm...
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Published 18/06/2017 @ 16:05:47, By ingo
Nice.. a taxi for cars.. :smile:

they did a great job by restoring it . i really hope the last one is still in original form but at least this one was converted in the 40's, when a few more of them were available and not now where it is rarer than a F1 car in a snow storm...


In some oy my classic car magazines I've read a story about the restoration of a car with a similar history, a Horch or Maybach, converted in the late 40ies to a tow-truck.

When my Imageshack-account may be repaired, I will show you a photo of such a car, some post-WWII-car, converted into a mobile bandsaw.
I saw it here: https://sinsheim.technik-museum.de/en/

Such conversion weren't really rare over here after WWII. New cars and other vehicles weren't available for everyone and if yes, only by coupons. Even for fuel, tires and spare parts you needed coupons. So when you wanted to have a car or truck, but you haven't a priority permission by the Allied Occupation Forces, you have to dig for used stuff.

And there was no need for representative, luxourious premium cars in those times (the best cars were commandeered by the Allied soldiers anyways).
But those premium cars had strong engines and a very stabile chassis - so perfect for the conversion into a truck or tractor.
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