AutoClassics Quiz 11: Only true petrolheads can score 10/10!
This week features AC, Aston Martin and a whole load of raided parts bins and badge engineering. Can you score 10/10 in our anorak-level #AutoClassicsQuiz?
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I bought this recently to use as my daily driver, but I feel it doesn`t deserve to be abused every day and as such I`d like to sell it on to someone who will look after it, and I`ll buy something more suitable. The chap I bought it from had done the following in his ownership:- NOS Exhaust New belts New diaphragms Vacuum valve rebuild Air filter Oil filter Oil changes Valve
Cobra by Pilgrim Motorsport, 5 speed gear box, 3.5 Rover V8. This amazing Cobra has been built to a superb standard. Finished in stunning specialised blue with white le-mans stripes. Detailed with chrome bumpers, Cobra badges, Sun visors, Polished aluminium stone guards, Chrome mirrors, Aluminium side vents, Chrome centre mounted fuel filler. Classic styled cream interior with cream and dashboard,
This 1959 AC Ace (Registration: YEW 475 / Chassis: BE 1038) was first registered on the 15th of April 1959 to its first owner John Fellows Lord de Ramsey of Huntingdon, having been supplied by Herbert Robinson Ltd of Cambridge. It is an original Bristol-engined, right-hand drive car and retains its original 100D2 engine (number 100D2 840). It is also one of the few cars fitted with a curved winds