Quite simple Mystery Car Identity

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rolymo35
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 Couple more shots for the information collectors and barn -find  aficionodo's, better be quick , they are nearly all gone ?

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Chris Martin wrote:

Says mrtotty. 

Careful lad, people might think you are yet another clone........well PP was only just asking how many there were.

(expect howls of protest any minute now)

Chris M.

I am a genuine poster, I can assure you.

I felt the Fiero reference was a helpful contribution to finding out a little more about the Quicksilver.

rolymo35
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It appears that I got caught up in the vortex (black-hole) of delayed web page submission (anti spam campaign) and ended  up being multiplied by 4.  I could  not  work out where my inserts had disappeared too and doubled up thinking they were lost. My apoligize for being a nuisance.

RolyMo

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rolymo35 wrote:

It appears that I got caught up in the vortex (black-hole) of delayed web page submission (anti spam campaign) and ended  up being multiplied by 4.  I could  not  work out where my inserts had disappeared too and doubled up thinking they were lost. My apoligize for being a nuisance.

Have deleted the duplicates for you. Apologies for the confusion, but until the spam is dead, it's going to be a little strange. And the spam will be dead soon, I hope.

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Chris Martin
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James, you don't want to be doing this every day, and you can't beat the spammers and false usernames. For the last time, you have to go to the powers that be and force a new, secure, registration system. Now, or later, and the longer you leave it the more wasters and idiots will post on here, thus killing the site forever. Even yesterday you apologised to one of the regulars ( I forgot which one) for the delays but while you were vetting the new posts we still got more spams on several threads.  A johncen*** something -or-other still got through with more spam which you no doubt had to clear up later.

There is no other choice, either fix it now, or dump the forum.

Otherwise you will be here every day, with more rubbish to clean up, and an unhappy public not coming back. Of course there will be some who say they see nothing wrong with it, have a look back to see exactly how much they have contributed - yep, zero. So they are the sort of online browsers who would enjoy an argument but not know how to support an intelligent forum. No use here then.

So fix it, or give up.!

Chris M.

 

rolymo35
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If you feel in the mood to try another mystery car try this one , very rare only 3 were built in the late 60's. not Minisprint , not Broadspeed, not Pricket & wood, not Morspeed conversions,your turn?

RolyMo

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The best I could come up with was a Minisprint Traveller which had a similar front end to this car but as you say it's not a Minisprint, I'll try again.

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Guess everyone has given up on identifiying the " Cox ford conversion " Mini, well thats not surprising considering only three were built, so lets move on to something a little more desireable but equally as unique, how about this for some continental cruising ?

RolyMo

Chris Martin
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rolymo35 wrote:

Guess everyone has given up on identifiying the " Cox ford conversion " Mini, well thats not surprising considering only three were built, so lets move on to something a little more desireable but equally as unique, how about this for some continental cruising ?

ISO Rivolta, too easy.

Not sure why the name though, I found them quite attractive, far from revolting anyway.

Chris M.