Discussion in 'VTCoA New Zealand' started by Kiwi SRT10, Aug 17, 2020.
Then C'mon over
Hukerenui Car Show and Swap Meet 26th Sept.
I know it's a bit short notice for people in Canada and USA
I have heard there maybe an SRT10 there, that's the word
A black one, very shiny, beautiful truck....did I mention shiny?
Only approx 130,000 people live in the whole of Northland. It's always interesting what is lurking in people's garages. Surprising how many Hot Rods, Classics and Muscle Cars there are.
LOL, if I wasn't working, I'd head that way. Can we even come in country right now? Or do we have to quarantine for two weeks? That's not very many people, I think Savannah has at least that many, and they are all crammed together. Must be some gorgeous country in the North. The shiny SRT10 wouldn't be yours, right?......
Probably not yet and yes 2 week Quarantine.
Have some pics of some cars you may like
Cool Place. Real old school pioneer area pretty much had it's hay day. Plenty of rich colourful history. Great day had by all
What a strange day had 2 different people really keen to buy my truck at the car show today....they wouldn't walk away.
I said it was not for sale but they weren't put off and kept looking and asking more questions. They also were the only people that knew what it was. Most people just think it is a standard Ram
Kiwi I trust you to represent the RBC Club and detroit muscle well lol!!!!
The truck with the headlight in the center of the grill, what is it? And yeah, some SWEET rides for sure!
Some killer rides! As for most people thinking it's just a standard Ram, you're correct. Every now and then, someone will comment on my truck, because they know what it is.
Classic car shows get more and a wider variety.
That my friend is a luxurious British car from Rover. The Rover 75 P4 was 1949-52 (cyclops) By the end in 1964 the P4 had grown to include models 90, 95, 100, 105, 110. The 110 was 123hp and did the 1/4 mile in a breathtaking 20.6 sec. Rover had made IOE (inlet over exhaust) engines quite efficient and could run on any petrol anywhere in the Commonwealth including Africa
Of course they also made Landrover
The 1949 Rover 75 had a top speed of 83mph and 0-60 in 21.5 sec
I have fond memories of Rovers being very fine motor cars.
Can you see the famous Aussie Ford Falcon GT's or the GTHO replicas. They were the monsters of the day as were Chrysler Valiant Charger and Pacer cars E38, E49, E55
"did the 1/4 mile in a breathtaking 20.6 sec"
LOL, that'll set the passenger back into their seat, or fall asleep from boredom. Cool looking little ride though.
Kiwi your 10 looks dapper like I said before you showed up and out and represented the 10 club well. Way to go.
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