So, to recap, you have a BMW 12 cylinder mit der vier squeeze slushenbox and the back tires that look like they have a smaller contact patch than my last Ducati. What could go wrong?
Ah, so it’s a Bugatti which isn’t a Bugatti, built by Delahaye who isn’t actually Delahaye.
No wonder we all were befuddled.
Isn’t this sort of like a tribute band to another tribute band?
hey guys its a custom replica, nothing original!
uses a BMW V12 engine and auto box, plus rear suspension!
most likly a better driving than original anyway!
still a BIG eye catcher at any car show!!
They at least were accurate, in engine-turning the firewall!
The piece I had made for my TC Special was 12" x 36" and it cost $300.00. It could not justify even asking for a price for a firewall-sized piece.
Measure 4 times, drill once rolled around in my head for a week.
Wait, something’s wrong: I see no oil spots underneath it…
Yea but there are similarities. It probably never goes out in the rain and when your cute grand daughters are in it I bet they get a lot of smiles and compliments.
On a modern touch, these are my two Aston Martin, a Casino Royale DBS and a black DB9. Sold the later recently.
Original RHD XK120 one of only 195 built and 24 in BRG colour. Owned 6 years.
Original RHD Healey 100. Owned 26 years.
Vans RV6 aircraft. Owned 15 years.
Cannot play with any of them in U.K. lockdown !
But you can polish the fenders!
(Apologies to Billy Joel…)
Good looking cars and good looking RV 6. Got a kick out of the registration on the Glasair in the background. Reminds me of when a local flight school had a fleet of Gruman Tigers for instruction. One had the registration C-GRRR.
You alone in your airplane at 5,000 feet, isn’t that social distancing?
Wow, that looks a lot like mine did before I tore it apart , but with shinier wheels and some material left on the hood cover.
Not XK, but…
My bed years ago, obviously before marriage.
The speedo was glued at 140, the dash and reading lights worked, and the radio picked up BBC on the short wave.
Drive me home honey!