|Today 05:07 PM|
|Today 04:59 PM|
|Today 03:35 PM|
|Today 03:21 PM|
And you're sure it isn't a Forvrolodge Benota? Sure looks a lot like the Nissuarwagaru that the Forvrolodge was developed from!
Oh well, guess I was wrong again!
|Today 08:25 AM|
Nothing to do with the Cobra. If no one gets it I cough up the answer this evening. I'll give you a couple more hints.
The designer had ties with Ford for years.
The second generation of this coupe was powered by a GM power plant.
This car started as a roadster.
Frame design was more "Indy" style.
|Today 08:04 AM|
|bubba1955||Uh oh...I stand corrected. Even though the the Cobras were shipped to the US without drivetrains the car would be manufactured under the Shelby name. And the Cobras were actually built with a tube space frame kinda like the birdcage frame of the Maseratis...Kinda.|
|Today 05:10 AM|
It couldn't be a Cobra. AC-Bristol isn't American.
It isn't mid-engine or have a birdcage frame like the Maserati
|Yesterday 10:34 PM|
|harposrepair||Is it some type of Shelby Cobra?|
|Yesterday 07:42 PM|
Haw!!! You Guys just don't know the answer! So now you picking on the poor Maserati Brothers!
Maserati didn't build the mystery car. Americans did! It was origionally set up with a FE engine.
|Yesterday 07:06 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||When Chrysler put Maseriti badging on the K car it didn't do much for its name sake .|
|Yesterday 05:42 PM|
As they said on Top Gear "Maserati makes cars to be all that they can be - briefly!"
I guess so long as you keep the number of a towing company handy, they have a lot of virtues.
|Yesterday 04:14 PM|
|Yesterday 01:46 PM|
|bubba1955||...Well although it kinda looks like a D-Type or even E-Type Jag, that couldn't be it because they were monocoque type construction instead of birdcage type frame...I think I'll take an aspirin and lay down. LOL!!|
|Yesterday 01:22 PM|
|Yesterday 01:14 PM|
|bubba1955||The Maserati Birdcage....Hmmm.|
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