Realistic dream cars or who's the Alfa male?


#62

stick it on a plinth and worship at the alter of RX-8


#63


#64

altar


#65

All hail the Toblerone shaped motor.


#66

Interesting fact - there’s actually no such thing as a ‘DS Safari’. Strictly speaking, they were all IDs.


#67

:thinking:


#68

Factual interesting fact. The Ds safari came after the IDs and was available with all the DS engine options.


#69

Indeed. The first version was the ID Break, the Safari name came later, as did the Familiale

Familiale = enough space for a family of eight
Safari = enough space for a family of five and their elephant


#70

Doesn’t make it a DS though, apparently.

I can copy here my mate’s comprehensive roundup of the D models if you like, although it’s hideously complicated!


#71

Volvo 164. I like old Volvos me.


#72

Don’t bother, unless he has the shark nosed safari as a DS he is rong


#73

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#74

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#75

What is that one?

EDIT: Ok found it. Panhard


#76

I’ve owned a couple of the 4 doors and they are beautiful. But in a 2 door that is something special.


#77

That is the Panhard 24 ct Tigre last produced in 1967.
It only had a 2 cyl motor.


#78

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#79

Double six?


#80

Oh yes, love the early versions of these, the two door coupe in particular.


#81

Many years ago, I went to Exeter to collect one, the tanks were brimmed before I left and I set off for the Midlands. I kept my speed down to 80-85 and as I passed over the flyover coming past Bristol on the M5, it spluttered and I had to switch over to tank 2!! :anguished: