Thursday, July 28, 2011
Monday, July 25, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
British built mid engined supercar, with pop up lights and built in exclusive numbers, Jaguar XJ220 is what your thinking hey, but a small manufacturer was also at it. Panther in Waybridge England, then owned by a Korean businessman, produced this 2 seat coupe, later the series 2 was a 2+2, between 1989-90. The Series 1 was powered by a 1.6ltr Ford engine from the XR2 running through the permanent 4 wheel drive system.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
When anyone from the UK goes to Europe one of the things that you notice straight away are the strange car variants that our European counterparts have. I not talking about the steering wheel being on the wrong side but the strange bulge that’s hangs of the back of conventional hatchbacks. I talking about small runabouts with boots!!!!!!
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Monica was intended as a luxury brand to rival Citroen’s SM, created by Jean Tastevin, a French industrialist and named after his wife in the early 1970’s. In reality the only French thing about the car was where it was built. The concept/prototype car was designed and produced by Chris Lawrence at C.J. Lawrence Consultants of Hammersmith, London, England. Even the engine in the later prototypes was a Chrysler 5.6 l (340 in³) V8 engine. Through a manual gearbox.