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A Morgan? This one makes my skin tingle.

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Dan, I don't know the answer, but I'll bet you a dollar this guy has one.. Micro Car museum (click here)

I have always dug miniture cars. I have this place on a list of spots to hit while on vacation in the future.

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What car am I thinking of? It resembles a Cobra a bit. Brian, I didn't see a pic in the museum.
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Dinger,Dinger,Dinger....

Are you forget about renaming picture???

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berkeley_cars
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Dinger,Dinger,Dinger....

Are you forget about renaming picture???

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berkeley_cars
LOLOLOLOL, when I saw that it was a Hotrodders thumbnail I didn't even check (I usually do )

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Hey Dinger, these guys are sharp so ya gotta rename the photos! Thats the first thing they look for.

That is a cool little car and I never knew of them. Could you imagine a Hayabusa engine in one of them!
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Hey Dinger, these guys are sharp so ya gotta rename the photos! Thats the first thing they look for.

That is a cool little car and I never knew of them. Could you imagine a Hayabusa engine in one of them!

I didn't think the name of the pic would go through also...

There's one here in town, least i think it's still there. it would absolutely scream with a Hayabusa..Knee high, butt scraping terror! He wanted $600 less engine and trans, I didn't have the means or time at the time. Maybe when I get my coupe done... Find a wrecked super bike and use the parts.

Nightrider, have at it, you come up with some good questions!
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I have really weird question with really weird answer...
What Soviet vehicle in '60 was better in vehicle responsiveness terms, that most our passenger cars?

Another clue is that i say "vehicle responsiveness", not "throttle response"...
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I have really weird question with really weird answer...
What Soviet vehicle in '60 was better in vehicle responsiveness terms, that most our passenger cars?

Another clue is that i say "vehicle responsiveness", not "throttle response"...
Is it the Volga?
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1) It wasn't passenger car
2) Think, why I use "vehicle responsiveness" instead "throttle response"
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An animal drawn cart?

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An animal drawn cart?

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Oh, excuse me my fault , guys, I mean it was not a small passenger car...
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So,Brian was pretty close...
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