Can you link numbers 1-24 with interesting cars?

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Hell Razor5543 wrote:Puts a different spin on being 'Sent to Coventry'!
It certainly does :rofl2:

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These are from a "19" the first one made in Slough 1958-12 Volt Electrics before the French!

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But in the US they had a Double 19 !

I present, the Christie M1919
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Here's one of J Walter Christies other vehicles from his racing days which included such highlights as the biggest Grand Prix engine of all time a V4 displacing nearly 20 litres, and being crashed into by Vincento Lancia himself. He was also a bit of a pioneer of front wheel drive.

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Now that’s some engine 8-)

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this is whats known as a seamless link from 1919

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and from the rear

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and of course the "seat row en day ess" 20

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CitroJim wrote:Now that’s some engine 8-)
With a (comparatively) tiny car bolted to it!

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Well, this isn't my cup of tea, but it is a 20, and its the most interesting image of an i20 I could find.

Bit of an aggressive look but it wants to be a contender

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Question is it walnut?

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And this is a Triumph Twenty-one aka the Triumph 3TA

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Walnut? I should jolly well hope so!

The second one is one of the presidential fleet...

That rear end looks a but gaudy to me...

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NewcastleFalcon wrote: Question is it walnut?

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must be from one of them there plastic walnut tree's :yikes: :missile: #-o :-D :lol: :rofl2: :rofl2:

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Not a lot better from the front? I mean its not quite the simca aronde ice cream van glum face, but not far off :)

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