Discussion in 'Cameras and Photography' started by Johnno_Oz, Jul 28, 2017.
Saw this beauty in a reststop around the Idaho/Washington border in 2012.
Crazy Horse Monument visitor center.
I like the '65 and '67 Wildcats--the '67/'68 body, especially, had that classic Coke-bottle shape to it. I'm a little more partial to the '65 since we had a 4-door sedan when I was a young 'un--I would take a coupe or convertible version of it today, if given a choice, since the lines flow better than on the sedan. Not the best pics but they looked like this:
Another ride spotted at our Harper Cruise:
And not so much the car, but the setting--El Borrego at Zion National Park this summer:
Spinning wheels got to go round...
At the Empire State Performance Rally two weeks ago.
A rally classic.
At the Brooklands museum.
This one was in New Zealand - an Aussie Ford.
I have a friend that does composites for Singer Vehicle Design among others. A former 356B owner, I'm also a huge fan of air-cooled 911's so naturally the Singer 964's are my dream machine. My friend has been hinting/teasing that Singer has been working on a special car with Williams for some time now. Well here it is. Your 'basic' naturally aspirated 500hp air-cooled flat six 964 weighing in at a minimum of 2180 lbs. Keeping mind that the original 1990 3.6L Porsche engine turned out 247 hp. I was already blown away by Singer's 400 hp 4L engine but this Wilson double overhead cam 4L takes the cake at 125 hp/liter. Yes boys and girls thats un-blown and air-cooled.
Using the rear quarter window openings for the air intakes is just completely bitchen.
P-car fan here too. Not sure how high a pressure zone those windows are, but it sure looks good.
Like that they painted it Leaf Grun, not enough in that color around IMO.
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