Yaaay for HealeyRick. We have a winner - finally. Dont you see one every day?????
Silver Magnum SRT-8 - Options I, II, III, sunroof
ZOOMERS, Mopar CAI, Diablo 91 CAI perf. tune., Strut bar.
Side Moldings Removed, some emblems removed.
Instead of guessing the year, you need to answer the following questions as well as IDing the car:
1. What's the Chrysler connection?
2. What's the Austin-Healey connection?
"Hey barkeep, whose leg do you have to hump to get a dry martini around here?"
Allan and Richard Jensen made bodies for Austin Healey's
These later Jensen Interceptors used Chrysler engine and drive train, sepcifically 383 CI Mopar V-8 and Chrysler 3-speed Torqueflite automatic, al- though there were slight variations throughout the years, including a 440 and a prototype with a hemi.
I'll post my next car later.
This is the car my father drove when he met my mother.
It is a 1960 Borgward Isabella Coupe.
Very good 7car7. It's supposed to be a '59, but that's close enough for me.
I pass you the baton.
Last edited by Pale Rider; 11-20-2006 at 04:30 PM.
It's Japanese. But, of course, not designed by Japan.
Probably the prettiest car ever to come from that Country in my opinion.
This car has a wagon version too. One of my favorite wagons ever made.
Sorry for the small picture...
Last edited by Pale Rider; 11-22-2006 at 04:30 PM.
1972 Mazda 1800?
2005 Dodge Magnum AWD R/T (MINE) - MySpace Profile
2006 Chrysler 300C SRT8 (Wife's)
You must have seen that on the file name before I caught it .
Yep, that's it. Lovely little car.
btw, if anyone has a good link to info on this car, with more pictures, I'd love to hear of it. Very little info on this car.
65/66 MK1 Sunbeam Tiger
ok - looks like the AWD guys are still in......
06 Blue RT AWD Magnaflow cat back, Veloche Velvet 565 20" wheels and 245/45 20 Continental ExtremeContact™ DWS tires