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  1. I think that will be the toughest quiz. Until today only one correct answer. I'll give you a hint. This truck was build by a German company and the truck was also know as Desert Lion.The Desert lion concept was taken over by a belgium truck company. They sold under their name. This company is still in business is know for their special heavy duty trailer, military trucks and oilfield trucks.
  2. Because the last Autoquiz was mor a One-off quiz I'll try something similar to the trucks. Can you Identify this truck? The rules for the Truckquiz are No answers allow in the ongoing Truck quiz thread No comments in the ongoing Truck quiz thread that give any clues or suggestion to the car in question A PM must be sent to the one who has started the ongoing thread The PM must contain Manufacturer and Type In case of violating the rules the quiz will closed immediately and no winners will be announced So please stick with the rules and don't ignore them.
  3. First of all I have to apologize for the late announcement of the winners of this quiz. I was a week in vacation on a classic tour in East Angila. But now I'm back and here is the solution of this quiz. This car I should also use for the one-off quiz because only one was build and it is a prototype. Daimler wanted to replace the Daimler SP250 with a more modern design over the period 1961 - 1963. The Daimler SP252 were first shown to the public 1961 in Geneva. Some internet sources say it is a 1963 model. So that is also correct. A viability study shows that it would not be an economic proposition as the SP250’s fibreglass body was very labour intensive and the car took 2½ times as many man-days to build as the Jaguar E-type. This meant that even if the ‘SP250 Mark II’ version of the car sold, it would never be profitable and the project was shelved. So this car ended up in a corner of Browns Lane factory. The car was loaned the car to the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust for display, from March 2020 to the end of 2021. The correct Answer were sent on bay Thom Bucky Richard Bartrop gbtr6 Ace-Garageguy thatz4u Congratulations
  4. And the next one, keep in mind it is a very low production model The rules for the Autoquiz are No answers allow in the ongoing Auto quiz thread No comments in the ongoing Auto quiz thread that give any clues or suggestion to the car in question A PM must be sent to the one who has started the ongoing thread The PM must contain Year of production, Manufacturer and Type In case of violating the rules the quiz will closed immediately and no winners will be announced So please stick with the rules and don't ignore them.
  5. This time I was looking for a 1978 - 1985 DeTomaso Deauville Series 2 The correct answer were sent in by: Ace-Garageguy Richard Bartrop sjordan2 gbtr6 matthijisgrit Thom ChrisR thatz4u Congartulation
  6. Let me give you a hint. Think about an European car with an American engine.
  7. Although 555 was a sponsor for a Rallye car I'm looking this time this car. The rules for the Autoquiz are No answers allow in the ongoing Auto quiz thread No comments in the ongoing Auto quiz thread that give any clues or suggestion to the car in question A PM must be sent to the one who has started the ongoing thread The PM must contain Year of production, Manufacturer and Type In case of violating the rules the quiz will closed immediately and no winners will be announced So please stick with the rules and don't ignore them. Special thanks goes to Earl Marischall for the idea.
  8. The solution of this weeks One-Off Build is 1964 Rambler Tarpon. The Tarpon is based on the Rambler American and never went into production. The fastback idea waslater used on the intermediate size Marlin. In my opinion again one of the mistakes that the management of AMC did. The correct answer were sent in by Raoul Ross Richard Bartrop Ace-Garageguy Bucky Thom ChrisR bamadon gbtr6 thatz4u Earl Marischall Congratulation
  9. May ends and we start with a new One-Off Build quiz. Deadline June 5., 2022 12:00 PM CET The rules for the Autoquiz and One-Off Build Quiz are No answers allow in the ongoing Auto quiz thread No comments in the ongoing Auto quiz thread that give any clues or suggestion to the car in question A PM must be sent to the one who has started the ongoing thread The PM must contain Year of production, Manufacturer and Type In case of violating the rules the quiz will closed immediately and no winners will be announced So please stick with the rules and don't ignore them.
  10. 1935 - 1940 Horch 853 Sport Kabriolet (Sorry German homepage) Correct answer were sent in by Richard Bartrop ChrisR Ace-Garageguy sjordan2 Pete J. Congratulations
  11. Here the new car for our quiz. The rules for the Autoquiz and One-Off Build Quiz are No answers allow in the ongoing Auto quiz thread No comments in the ongoing Auto quiz thread that give any clues or suggestion to the car in question A PM must be sent to the one who has started the ongoing thread The PM must contain Year of production, Manufacturer and Type In case of violating the rules the quiz will closed immediately and no winners will be announced So please stick with the rules and don't ignore them.
  12. This time I was looking for a 1964 - 1968 Vanden Plas Princess 4 Litre R. It was powered by a 3.9l Rolls Royce 6 cylinder. It was not only assembled in the UK it was also assembled in South Africa. T he differences between the 4 Litre and its successor 3 Litre are the spotlights beside the radiator grille and the unbroken line from the top of the headlights to the fins at the rear. The correct answer were sent in by: Ace-Garageguy gbtr6 jokar124 ChrisR Earl Marischal Richard Bartrop DonW
  13. Here the new quiz for this week The rules for the Autoquiz and One-Off Build Quiz are No answers allow in the ongoing Auto quiz thread No comments in the ongoing Auto quiz thread that give any clues or suggestion to the car in question A PM must be sent to the one who has started the ongoing thread The PM must contain Year of production, Manufacturer and Type In case of violating the rules the quiz will closed immediately and no winners will be announced So please stick with the rules and don't ignore them.
  14. Can't find it on cults. Could you please resent the link
  15. This time I was looking for a International Harvester 1200 Travelall, but which model year. The one in picture of this quiz is a 1966 model. The 1965 looks different although it looks in the first view like the 1966 one. The 1966 has vertical bars which are divided by a horizontal bar over its whole length. While the 1965 grill (see picture in this post) also vertical bars which are divvied in the middle section by a horizontal bar. This bar carries the International nameplate. Don't be fooled by some pictures in the internet that also say 1967 for the same grill like the 1966. Chek out brochures of the various model years of the Travelall. Correct answers were sent in: gbtr6 gman Raoul Ross TarheelRick 4mula1fan ChrisR Draggon Pete J. Ace-Garageguy Bainford Congratulation
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