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matthijsgrit

AutoQuiz 365. FINISHED

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Thank you @carsntrucks4you for letting me host this weeks edition of AutoQuiz.

This is a Lomax 224, built from 1982 until 2004, when, according to some sources, Lomax went bankrupt. The cars are based on the mechanical components of the Citroën 2CV. Originally from the UK, they were also sold in Germany and The Netherlands. Some say Lomax means LOw cost, MAXimum fun… The model name 224 stands for 2 cylinders, 2 seats, 4 fwheels. There was also a 223…

 

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I altered the pic, maybe it takes a while?

I can see the picture...

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On 11 March 2018 at 7:37 PM, wisdonm said:

I see nothing...

Count yourself lucky, it's no beauty!

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14 hours ago, DonW said:

Count yourself lucky, it's no beauty!

:lol:

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Thanks to all those that played again this week.

Those who got it right, are: 

DonW

Dw1603

Earl Marischal

ChrisR

Carsntrucks4you

Otherunicorn

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor Lomax OBM 250

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The image was available through Google reverse image search, so I didn't play this one.  

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1 hour ago, Ace-Garageguy said:

The image was available through Google reverse image search, so I didn't play this one.  

It was? I thought I took adequate actions against that...

Thanks for your honesty!

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5 hours ago, matthijsgrit said:

It was? I thought I took adequate actions against that...

Thanks for your honesty!

Usually they are available. At least the last 3 have been. And, no, that's not how I find the cars.

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