Thursday, July 22, 2010

The latest Australian Classic Car.

Must get down the street and get my copy.Come to think of it I haven't got my copy of the new Custom Kit Car yet. I know it's out. What's going on here?

7 comments:

Tony said...

According to this article there were 141 Nagaris - 127 coupes and 14 roadsters. That's a few more than last time the issue was discussed. Is there something I haven't heard about some new Nagaris turning up out of the blue?

John L said...

It's a variable figure. I can tell you about half a dozen different Nagaris that have been billed as the very last Nagari ever produced. Now I am reading about a car that is Fibrecar number 48. How long is a piece of string?

Anonymous said...

If you were to read Just Cars you could Naively believe that Bolwell built about 400 Nagari'....of course that figure is Total BS.

Anonymous said...

I was told the damaged F8/48 was one of the original 13 roadsters so was valuable even though it has a Fibrecar body and spaceframe chassis.

Anonymous said...

Again, Bolwell built 18 Sports originally, the car mentioned is a Fibrecar Body and chassis, produced by Royce in the Mid '80's,
it has merit in being that, but it is certainly not one of the Sports originally built by Bolwell.
By my reconning at least 45 Sports in varying states of construction have existed, including the original 18.
PeterG

Simon Schempp said...

That's Australia's classic car at its finest! Red cars are really intimidating, and that's what made this car a king of the road. With its bulk, other drivers would think again before driving along the road with this car. LOL!

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