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|bubba1955||Cadillac 16...13.6-liter/1000-horsepower V-16 engine.|
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|496CHEVY3100||What is this car what is special about it ,|
|Today 01:43 AM|
Next question is yours.
|Yesterday 07:07 PM|
|bubba1955||Shark nosed Graham Paige?|
|Yesterday 05:58 PM|
Did you know that the company that made your Mystery automobile also made farm implements? I have a walk behind garden tractor ride-on-roller with a brass plate on the side of the drum with the same name as the motor company.
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|Yesterday 04:56 PM|
No guesses? Here's another view of the same car:
|03-03-2015 10:55 PM|
There was a TV special about that car - aired a month or so ago
Featured the owner showing how well it drives, what its performance is like, what it took to restore, the history of the car and the history of his particular car.
So I'll pass on answering it right now - I'd feel like I was cheating.
|03-03-2015 10:07 PM|
Here is a much easier question:
What car is this?
|03-03-2015 10:04 PM|
The Bearcage Project - Hot Rod Deluxe Magazine
Cars: In The Queue - Awaiting Restoration - undiscovered-classics.com
|03-03-2015 08:04 PM|
|03-03-2015 06:02 PM|
But 496CHEVY3100 got it right way back on post #11815...
Acording to the article: "It served as the prototype for the Bill Thomas Cheetah."...But wait...The Cheetah was built from a Corvette frame and running gear.
This is the frame with straight front axle and off set engine from the car pictured in the trivia quiz:
|03-03-2015 05:36 PM|
|Dave57210||Well then I guess it has to be either the Mercuick Plymsmobile or the Corvalaxie.|
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