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Published 02/12/2019 @ 04:06:36, By Baube
Thanks night cub
the sidemarker was a good indication that it was sold in NA but i don't remember seeing any, so i thought it could have been a US car only


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Published 02/12/2019 @ 06:26:36, By JB007
Hello,
I need your help in identifying this vehicle, it's mexican police vehicle.
https://i.imgur.com/Tdhy0uZ.jpg

Thank you for your answers.

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Published 17/12/2019 @ 01:55:59, By kegare
Interesting looking cabover seen on the cover of a children's book named 'Trucks: a Sturdi-Contour Book'. Dated 1966, printed in the U.S. Truck looks North American but haven't found a match. Real or fictional?

https://i.imgur.com/vmsJWqf.png

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Published 19/12/2019 @ 19:16:25, By atom
Kegare, I think your truck is from a brochure and that it had its front altered.
My main suspect is 1966 Ford but I haven't found any good match yet.

Compare bumper and fender from the 1965 Ford brochure. Even the driver looks very similar...

http://oldcarbrochures.org/United%20States/Ford%20Motor%20Company%20Trucks-Vans/1965_Trucks-Vans/1965_Ford_Truck_Full_Line_Brochure/index.html

https://i.imgur.com/XKAOI8C.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/0YqgFem.jpg
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Published 19/12/2019 @ 20:26:14, By kegare
Great find, I figured it had to be from some kind of brochure but didn't know where to look first. It does look very much look like an altered Ford, the mirrors with the 3 stripes fit too. Interestingly, the contents of the book show real trucks but this one on the cover must have been changed just to avoid the obvious or to be creative.
The design would have been pretty attractive for a mass produced truck at that time. Maybe aside from the grill pattern that leads... nowhere, or rather half there. :smile:
Thanks atom!
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Published 19/12/2019 @ 20:40:39, By night cub
I would go a few years later, it looks like a Ford L-Series
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Published 19/12/2019 @ 21:06:59, By kegare
You would go too late. :grin: Like I mentioned, book was printed in 1966.

https://i.imgur.com/24HZ1hj.png
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Published 31/12/2019 @ 08:22:06, By Baube
seen last morning while de-icing my car
https://www.aveq.ca/uploads/9/3/4/2/9342609/published/thumbnail.png?1557406873
what's that ?
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Published 31/12/2019 @ 08:57:04, By night cub
I believe you have found one of these:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BYD_e6


Chinese news article about Montreal taxis:

http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2019-03/14/c_137894395.htm

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Published 31/12/2019 @ 23:51:02, By Baube
thanks :smile:
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Published 10/01/2020 @ 20:39:51, By Ddey65
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Published 10/01/2020 @ 22:03:43, By night cub
Which model Morgan is this?
https://live.staticflickr.com/5733/20525425754_d59daacdb8_z.jpg IMG_9495

And which make is this one, Ford?:
https://live.staticflickr.com/7455/13971509730_e5532765f7_z.jpg IMG_6992br

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Published 16/02/2020 @ 11:36:14, By night cub
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Published 16/02/2020 @ 13:19:45, By atom
IMG_6992br is a 1932 Ford.

IMG_8062 is a 1933 Plymouth. It says Plymouth on the info sheet in the front window :tongue:
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Published 16/02/2020 @ 19:12:11, By night cub
Thanks atom!
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Published 29/02/2020 @ 23:09:04, By night cub
Another old car that does not appear to be a Ford or Chevy:
https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49598407458_ea431bc082_z.jpg IMG_8250
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Published 29/02/2020 @ 23:44:31, By dsl


Early-mid 60s Plus 4 - the domed panel between bonnet and grille is characteristic - longer than 4/4. Also has early-mid 60s sidelights - late 60s they became bigger/flatter.
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Published 01/03/2020 @ 00:09:38, By night cub
Thanks dsl! :clindoeil:
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Published 08/03/2020 @ 01:29:28, By JB007
Hello,
I need your help in identifying this vehicle, it's chinese police vehicle.
https://i.imgur.com/6dvS4E4.jpg

Thank you for your answers.
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Published 08/03/2020 @ 20:31:39, By Screw13
Another old car that does not appear to be a Ford or Chevy:


Looks like 1927-29 Willys-Knight Model 70A 4-Door Sedan
https://media.sandhills.com/img.axd?id=4154330095&wid=&p=&ext=&w=0&h=0&t=&lp=&c=- True&wt=False&sz=Max&rt=0&checksum=2KKZNMNurC6R2DEcxW1Q4fgcQuUIkbYb
Source: https://penceauctioneers.hibid.com/lot/41840875/1927-willys-knight-70a/

Here's a 2-Door version as well (even though a 2-door version appears to have different door hinges, unlike the 4-door sedan):
https://photos.classiccars.com/cc-temp/listing/109/5892/14359848-1927-willys-knight-std.jpg

Latest Edition: 08/03/2020 @ 20:35:32
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Published 08/03/2020 @ 20:53:46, By Screw13
Hello,
I need your help in identifying this vehicle, it's chinese police vehicle.


Given that it's got Isuzu mudflaps and that this photo was taken in Chongqing, I would have thought that this is Qingling-Isuzu QL-Series pickup with some weird aftermarket canopy (Chongqing is where they make chinese-built Isuzu's), BUT, after doing some sleuthing, it appears that it's called Dima DMT5031XKC (Investigation team car) (Manufacturer: Chongqing Dima Industry Co., Ltd.), which is based on QL-Series chassis, made by Qingling Motors Co., Ltd., China.

http://auto-che.com/v/dmt/dmt5031xkc-232-dima.html
File: dima truck.jpg ( 50.2 KB - 303 )

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