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  1. Andacar

    VW T1 Bus Type 23 (1960)

    Nice. In the 60s these were mostly driven by hippies and other members of the "counterculture." Today they are actually worth a lot of money here in the USA. There was a variant of this car that had clerestory windows along the roof line. Good condition examples can sell for nearly $50,000.
  2. Andacar

    Audi 100 (1975)

    Nice blueprint HakRus. I remember seeing a few of these back in the late 70s' in my home town. They looked cool, but unfortunately they didn't hold together very well. They rusted and the disc rotors (which were inboard next to the transmission) used to warp and lock up.
  3. Andacar

    Adler Logo

    And here's one more. De Tomaso is a pretty well known brand, and you'd think it would be easy to find good examples of this logo, but there aren't any. Now there is.
  4. Andacar

    Adler Logo

    Here's another one I just finished for the Bradley, which was a VW based kit car in the 70s. In all modesty I think this one turned out pretty well.
  5. Andacar

    Adler Logo

    Here's the more detailed version...
  6. Andacar

    Duesenberg SJ (1937)

    Magnificent. It's a dual cowl phaeton, but any idea who the bodywork was by? Murphy?
  7. Andacar

    [tank] T-90 (1993)

    I've read a lot about the T-90 but it's kind of hard to see one here in the USA. I heard Russia was working on a newer tank called the T-95 with a very low silhouette and a lot of advanced features. Has anybody heard about that?
  8. Andacar

    Adler Logo

    Hi guys! Haven't had a chance to post anything in a while as I'm looking for full time employment. I had a thread running a while ago about reproducing old car logos that have been out of circulation for a long time. I just finished a new one for the Adler company. They had a cool logo, but it...
  9. Andacar

    Adler Trumpf 1,5 Ltr 6/30 PS (1932)

    Thanks for this. It's hard to find cutaways that show the relationship between engine, firewall and passenger compartment.
  10. Andacar

    Cadillac 60 S Fleetwood (1963-64)

    Here's an actual 60 just for comparison. Notice the wraparound windshield, the grille and heavy headlight eyebrows.
  11. Andacar

    Buick (1957)

    I've seen it too I've noticed this in other brands as well. There is a painting of a Triumph in Consumer Guide's book on collectible cars. Compared to the other cars the painted car seems huge, as big as an American midsize car, dwarfing the driver.
  12. Andacar

    Buick Range (1974)

    Electra! A man lived right acrosss the street from where I grew up who owned a 74 Electra Limited hardtop sedan.
  13. Andacar

    Renault MN (1925)

    I never did understand Renault's hanging on to dashboard radiators for so long. It must have been unbearably hot for the driver, and heaven help you if you got hit and the radiator started spraying all over the place.
  14. Andacar

    Lincoln (1927)

    Thanks We will never see the like of these cars again...
  15. Andacar

    Bugatti T 55 (1932)

    True... A replica would not only be more feasble but a lot safer as well. I think they only made 35 of them, and even if I had enough money to get one (they go for $1,000,000+ I hear) I'd want a car I could actually drive. I can't imagine spending that much money for something that would sit...
  16. Andacar

    Bugatti T 55 (1932)

    Thanks. My wife desperately wants one of these, or at least a replica. They are currently made of unobtainium, so it isn't likely.
  17. Andacar

    Chrysler Typ 70 (1927)

    It's surprisingly difficult to find good pictures of cars from this era. Thanks.