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#21

It says Regular Leaded or Regular Unleaded. I took this as fuel has to be Regular, either leaded or unleaded. Leaded will give a very slight advantage (1 RON), which might help in the performance and fuel economy department. “Bad quality fuel type is accepted by won’t give any > bonuses” rather suggests that we won’t be penalized for virtually killing the environment with leaded fuel, but there might be a bonus if unleaded is used (maybe because the owner wants to keep the car beyond when this fuel gets banned, extending the longevity of the vehicle - or simply to soothe their environmentally conscious soul?)


#22

It also says bad quality is accepted, so I took that to mean RON/AKI is open. Host should clarify since “regular” is the name of a grade then.


#23

Fixed


#24

Travel the world in the 1969 Chupacabra Andes, now with part-time 4 wheel drive.



#25

chupacabra, what a name


#26

The mighty Z200 series from Žnoprešk will join the fight (Blue Marlin Motori Auto & Žnoprešk Avtomobil) (kinda)



#27

BDM - Mikko 1400 GT


#28

that PU limit is very hard achieve…

i reach PU limit WAAAY before the ET limit is there


#29

Submissions are now open!


#30

Umakicho Samurai 2000 Export

The Export version of our newest model is designed for the Soviet Union. It differs from the USDM model by having a spartan interior, a manual transmission and a 92-RON-tuned engine.
The Samurai is a completely conservative sedan, designed for best reliability, low consumption and competitive performance.

UMAKICHO. Built to serve you.


#31

1969 Hessenburg E2000 Touring

Germany and Finland’s best selling large family sedan now enters an new era with an all-new generation. With an advanced transverse front engine setup and all-new inline-4 for easier maneuverability and improved fuel economy, the E-series is still the car to beat.

The E2000 Touring, shown here, comes with larger 14-inch wheels, sunroof, mudflaps, standard AM radio and fog lights for only for 12,500 Finnish markas.

Hessenburg - Proven German Precision since 1880

Droid, square headlights in the 60s?


It’s a 60s car and it’s has square headlights bruh


#32

And now… for a badly translated ad! (sorry to all the Finns in here…)


Shown are 3 Ardent Sentinel S, European Market editions. Dark Sandstone, Caribbean Blue, Light Mint.


Actual submitted vehicle: Ardent Sentinel L, European market edition, 1967 refit


#33

Finland isn’t part of Scandinavia
reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee


#34

Gooood… goood… let the hate flow through you. :wink:


#35

Visit your local BAM dealer for a test drive of the next BAM Bavaria. An affordable 5-seater family sedan with noticable rallye pedigree and the refinement and comfort from a luxury car. BAM - Motoring Perfection.


#36

1969 Courageux Quinze

cars shown L sedan and TL hatch


#37


Giusseppe il Bastardo di Ferrari saw the rise of Van Culture during a trip to the United States. Believing he could capitalize on this, and create somewhat of a van culture in Europe, he created a Kombi variant, based on the G160 platform; dubbed the G160 K, Giusseppe made this style from 1962 until 1969. Amazing practicality, and a low, low cost were its most desirable features. Along with its swiveling middle row of seats, and optional modular table, for picnics at roadside parks.


#38

1969 Quaglia 1600C


#39


#40

At the expense of double-posting…

@Mad_Cat I noticed in the rules that you said

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Does this mean you are going to accomodate any car with a chassis trim/engine variant year between these dates, or do you want them to be strictly 1969, the year the challenge is set in? I ask because a) it’s going to be really difficult to reconcile cars that could be nine years old at the time of the challenge, and b) because I in fact submitted a non-1969 car, I don’t want to be binned for something that’s technically legal in the rules, but against what you’re looking for.