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241 autocross pics from the Boston chapter

Discussion in 'Autocross' started by murky, Nov 1, 2010.

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    dms540i

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    Nice! You know BMWs are nice but I love seeing that old Alpha and, what is that, a RHD Opel, or is it a Ford Cortina? Why don't they still import those bad boys. Great job!

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    I've been trying to figure out what that car is, didn't have a chance to speak with the owner. It didn't have a lot of power but with those skinny tires it looked like a blast!

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    az3579

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    That looks like a Dolly Sprint. It's a British Leyland car.
    I just want to know, HOW and WHY the heck they have one in this country!

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    Seems like you know your cars :D

    It's been confirmed by knowledgeable sources:

    "1979 Triumph Dolomite Sprint!"

    Now idea how or why, but it is street legal.
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    az3579

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    Or I just watch too much Top Gear. lol

    I do like to think I know what any modern car is, though. :p
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    dms540i

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    Yessss - the follow on to the Triumph Herald. Nice euro lines. I can almost see E3 in it. Very european. That overhanging grill, small size with a tall greenhouse, conservative trunk . . . where did that design school disappear to? All the cars now look like they are wearing batman masks.

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