Name That Car

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Interesting thing, maybe just about 12-15 years ahead of its time. One of the directors of V-Eight / Cropredy (whatever they were called that week), was involved.


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Never seen or heard of that before, how many were made?
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Keith wrote:One of the directors of V-Eight / Cropredy (whatever they were called that week), was involved.
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Seen at a show this weekend and I have never seen or heard of one of these before (the make begins with P).
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Paramount?
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Yes, Paramount 1 1/2 litre with Ford Consul engine.

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I didn't take a more general shot as the space above the bumper was filled from end to end with explanatory material.

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I thought he only drew with rulers ?
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Julian wrote:I thought he only drew with rulers ?
Who did? :?
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On the way to work this morning- they were not there yesterday. I missed out on the action last night, unfortunately.

Difficult to name the car I guess :D
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First hint: Maybe RHD
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Some thing with a LSD
16 valves but 4 extra pistons.

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Here's one for you all I'd never seen one.
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Fiat 850 rear lights and Fiat wheels, so an Italian vehicle based on a rear engined 500 or 600 ?
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It is based on 600 running gear.
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