Spotted at Bert’s Two Guys and a Dog Garage
Hint: It’s the side of the vehicle, from the rocker up to the beltline.
The green paint and slanted line make me think of a KV or KVS Mini like this http://www.microcarmuseum.com/tour/kvs.html
Really hard to tell, but I’m guessing it’s a bus of some kind.
This is close…
That’s the closest I could come; Land Rover Series One, or something similar. Still can’t pin it down, though.
I was thinking a Crosley.
Yeah. A Crosley Farm-O-Road perhaps.
Is that the little Jeep-looking thing?
That’s the one.
That’s a close ringer!
It almost looks wooden. That Crossley suggestion seems interesting and you use the word vehicle (maybe deliberately…).
Otherwise, I’d go with something like a 1950s Bond 3 wheeler, or maybe a pickup with longer wheelbase extension?
Given the precision assembly work and flawless paint quality, I’m guessing Bentley or Maybach.
(Sorry, i was up way too late last night.)
I can’t enlarge photos on CC for some reason.
I think we have a winner here.
Yeah, I was just waiting for Bryce to get it. He’s the only one who would know.
Nice job Bryce. Stay tuned, it’ll be up later today.
I’ll elaborate series two Austin Gipsy SWB hardtop or pickup the model with leaf springs all round instead of the rotoflex rollover system the early models had.
Almost. One detail is wrong…
Will we get a photo of the whole thing ? .
I don’t know what Austin this is .
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