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    Thought I'd try a little game that I see on another forum.

    I'll post a picture of a vehicle and see if anyone here can identify it.

    If you identify it, it's your turn to post a picture for the rest of us to identify.

    What is it?-tunapix3-jpg

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    Triumph?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob View Post
    Triumph?
    Good guess but no. It's not British.

    Technically, it's not British. The first 100 of these things were actually produced in the United Kingdom but by a different country's auto company. The reminder of production was in a different part of the world.
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    Alfa Romeo??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuna View Post
    Good guess but no. It's not British.
    Hmmm.....that squashes my second guess of AC because the emblem on the hood almost looks like that of a Shelby Cobra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtrocket View Post
    Alfa Romeo??
    Another "NO".
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    A hint might be needed:
    It was sold in the US also (not many). The first 100 were built in the UK but the rest were built in the Midddle East.
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    Must be a bit difficult. I'll post an easier one in the future.

    This sports cars is a:

    Sabra Sport from 1962. It was commissioned by Autocar of Israel to Reliant, a French company. The Sabra Sport was build between 1962 and 1969 - The Six Day war got in the way a bit. Over 100 of them exist worldwide today.

    Check out: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autocars_Co.
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