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1977-1979 Mazda Luce Legato Hardtop (Luce Hardtop) Series III
CeilingHamster UK (219)Are we sure that the 2.0 is less powerful than the 1.3? (I assume thats litres) 2019-09-30 00:48
Since 2020 Cupra e-Racer ETCR
Mark0 RB (1736)
Rinspeed wrote
done

Thanks
2019-09-29 19:34
Since 2020 Cupra e-Racer ETCR
Rinspeed FR (9122)
Mark0 wrote
They are new category. They don't race with TCR cars. They will have their own championship and regulations.

done
2019-09-29 11:25
Since 2018 Ford Transit Connect MkII [Global C]
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
carcrasher88 wrote https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a28337911/ford-transit-connect-diesel-dead/

The diesel option can be removed, as it has been cancelled. AWD is new for the 2020 model year, though.

I deleted the diesel engine. Can't find any info so far about the AWD though.
2019-09-28 22:26
Since 2018 Ford Transit Connect MkII [Global C]
carcrasher88 US (12)www.caranddriver.com/news/a28337911/ford-transit-connect-diesel-dead/

The diesel option can be removed, as it has been cancelled. AWD is new for the 2020 model year, though.
2019-09-28 21:39
Since 2020 Cupra e-Racer ETCR
Mark0 RB (1736)
Rinspeed wrote
you don't put them in TCR?

They are new category. They don't race with TCR cars. They will have their own championship and regulations.
2019-09-28 19:45
Since 2020 Cupra e-Racer ETCR
Rinspeed FR (9122)
Mark0 wrote Rinspeed carn you create Race: ETCR category?

you don't put them in TCR?
2019-09-28 12:08
Since 2020 Cupra e-Racer ETCR
Mark0 RB (1736)
Rinspeed carn you create Race: ETCR category? 2019-09-28 10:14
Since 2017 Ford Expedition MkIV [T3]
carcrasher88 US (12)For the 2020 model year, Expedition and Expedition MAX receives updates to the Platinum trim, as well as the return of the King Ranch trim level. Other trims seem to be remaining the same for 2020. 2019-09-26 01:36
Pontiac Desscythe17 NL (10664)
HQMonaro1972 wrote

Did this man just say they don't lOOK DIFFERENT ENOUGH? or SPECIAL ENOUGH?

Desscythe, with all due respect, that's a bit dumb.

They're different packages with their own performance statistics and differences from the originals. And if you want to hit me with the whole "tHeY dOnT loOk dIFfErEnT" thing, why do all the packages for the Camaros have different pages? Or the ones for the previous Trans Ams?
Regardless I'm already getting stuff put together to make their own pages, so :/

Alright, calm down there.

Generally speaking, we don't make separate pages for cars when they are visually extremely similar to another car sold in the same market. Older Trans Ams have different bumpers, lights, etc. from the normal Firebirds. For the 92-02 model, this is no longer the case. They might have a different hood or something, but other than that, they don't really look different. Therefore, it's not necessary to create a page for every single version of the car. If they have different engines, we can just compile those on one page instead to keep the website from becoming terribly cluttered.

The 70-73 Camaro I divided in a couple of pages because they all had very different facias. After 73, there is just a page for the regular Camaro and the Z/28 or IROC-Z.
2019-09-24 22:24
Pontiac HQMonaro1972 AU (0)
Desscythe17 wrote
I don't think the 92-02 generation looks different enough as a Trans Am to warrant separate pages. Also don't think the Formula looks special enough.


Did this man just say they don't lOOK DIFFERENT ENOUGH? or SPECIAL ENOUGH?

Desscythe, with all due respect, that's a bit dumb.

They're different packages with their own performance statistics and differences from the originals. And if you want to hit me with the whole "tHeY dOnT loOk dIFfErEnT" thing, why do all the packages for the Camaros have different pages? Or the ones for the previous Trans Ams?
Regardless I'm already getting stuff put together to make their own pages, so :/
2019-09-24 21:51
Pontiac Desscythe17 NL (10664)
HQMonaro1972 wrote Formula: 1985-1990, 1990-1992
Trans Am: 1992-1997(also please change the pictures of that, they're both of Trans Ams not Firebirds), 1997-2002

I don't think the 92-02 generation looks different enough as a Trans Am to warrant separate pages. Also don't think the Formula looks special enough.

-- Last edit: 2019-09-24 18:24:33
2019-09-24 18:24
1956-1965 Wartburg 311 [311]
SolanaBogon FR (6)The car pictured is the 1959-1965 model. For 1956-1959 it had tje same front as this : www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=25215 2019-09-24 18:12
Pontiac HQMonaro1972 AU (0)Formula: 1985-1990, 1990-1992
Trans Am: 1992-1997(also please change the pictures of that, they're both of Trans Ams not Firebirds), 1997-2002
2019-09-24 18:03
Pontiac Desscythe17 NL (10664)
HQMonaro1972 wrote For the versions that don't have them, I'm going to be making separate pages for packages for the Firebirds(like Trans Ams, Formulas). Because of this, after the pages are made, is it possible to remove the engines exclusive to those models?

The Trans Am already has mostly separate pages. What other versions need their own pages?
2019-09-24 17:57
Pontiac HQMonaro1972 AU (0)For the versions that don't have them, I'm going to be making separate pages for packages for the Firebirds(like Trans Ams, Formulas). Because of this, after the pages are made, is it possible to remove the engines exclusive to those models? 2019-09-24 16:59
Since 2016 Infiniti QX30
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
Maki wrote A few notes on this thing:
-It's based on the Mercedes-Benz GLA, so its origin should be Germany.
-Production ceased already AFAIK.

- It uses the same platform and engines, but it's not just a rebadged GLA, so origin: Japan.
- It's still for sale on the Infiniti USA website.
2019-09-23 07:36
Since 2016 Infiniti QX30
Maki JP (48)
A few notes on this thing:
-It's based on the Mercedes-Benz GLA, so its origin should be Germany.
-Production ceased already AFAIK.
2019-09-23 04:59
1971-1972 International Scout II
HQMonaro1972 AU (0)There was a private company that exported 1000 of these to Australia. However, due to a very small amount of evidence to it and the fact it was seperate from International, I don't believe I should add Australia. 2019-09-19 19:02
1991-1992 GMC Syclone [GMT325]
HQMonaro1972 AU (0)I attempted to mark that as NOT
available in Australia. Sorry.
2019-09-19 02:59
1991-1992 GMC Syclone [GMT325]
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
@HQMonaro this was officially sold in Australia? 2019-09-18 23:17
1991-1993 GMC Typhoon [GMT330]
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
HQMonaro1972 wrote I was about to make a page on this tomorrow, guess ya beat me to it :P

It has been here for a while, I just updated it.
2019-09-18 23:16
1991-1993 GMC Typhoon [GMT330]
HQMonaro1972 AU (0)I was about to make a page on this tomorrow, guess ya beat me to it :P 2019-09-18 19:52
Holden Desscythe17 NL (10664)
HQMonaro1972 wrote

Specifics for engines and transmissions. I worked on Commodores quite a bit so I'm covered for those, but the stuff like Kingswoods, Monaros and the like are a bit rusty on me. By specifics I mean horses, torque, and what years they were available in them.

I ain't trusting Wikipedia. :/

Try automobile-catalog, they seem to have a lot of info on Holdens.
2019-09-16 06:46
Holden HQMonaro1972 AU (0)
Desscythe17 wrote
Why is it a problem? There are few people contributing to this website, and lots of cars out there, so there is bound to be missing cars.
What kind of assistance do you need?


Specifics for engines and transmissions. I worked on Commodores quite a bit so I'm covered for those, but the stuff like Kingswoods, Monaros and the like are a bit rusty on me. By specifics I mean horses, torque, and what years they were available in them.

I ain't trusting Wikipedia. :/
2019-09-16 02:24
Holden Desscythe17 NL (10664)
HQMonaro1972 wrote Do you guys realize how much of a problem it is that we're missing the entire 1970s?
Like seriously, I'd already have it half complete, but I don't know if my information is hefty enough to make pages for cars, so if I could get any assistance from you gentlemen it would be appreciated.

Why is it a problem? There are few people contributing to this website, and lots of cars out there, so there is bound to be missing cars.
What kind of assistance do you need?
2019-09-16 00:23
Holden HQMonaro1972 AU (0)Do you guys realize how much of a problem it is that we're missing the entire 1970s?
Like seriously, I'd already have it half complete, but I don't know if my information is hefty enough to make pages for cars, so if I could get any assistance from you gentlemen it would be appreciated.
2019-09-16 00:17
2019 BMW 4
Darruscars17 EN (0)what is that grill :no: 2019-09-15 14:19
2000-2002 Daewoo Lanos [T100]
Ford78 PT (1016)I think it is the Group N2 version, as there is a A6 Rally version of this car. 2019-09-13 17:52
1986-1994 Daewoo Le Mans (Racer)
HQMonaro1972 AU (0)Im not sure of EXACT details, but I do believe it had all of the engines available in the Pontiac Le Mans of that era. I could be incorrect but from the bit of work I've done on these cars that what I hear. 2019-09-13 17:19
1997-2000 Daewoo Lanos [T100]
HQMonaro1972 AU (0)Now that I have moved to Kansas from Australia, these are pretty common around town. I know for fact that they were not in Australia as my father had some import records from this era and no Lanos or Nubias were on them. 2019-09-13 16:57
Tecnodom Fiat Tipo TCR
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
CeilingHamster wrote
Surely by this point, it has been built though? We go off production years for US cars, why not this?

Actually for US cars we use the year it goes for sale. Production sometimes starts even earlier.
2019-09-13 07:52
2019 BMW 4
Klumb3r CL (0):o 2019-09-13 05:37
Tecnodom Fiat Tipo TCR
CeilingHamster UK (219)
Mark0 wrote Because we don't know when will the car make it's debut. They said last year and then moved it to this years, but car still didn't raced.

Surely by this point, it has been built though? We go off production years for US cars, why not this?
2019-09-13 02:08
Since 2019 Mazda 3
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
Mazda's long-awaited Skyactiv-X engine will be released in December 2019. 2019-09-12 15:57
Tecnodom Fiat Tipo TCR
Mark0 RB (1736)
Because we don't know when will the car make it's debut. They said last year and then moved it to this years, but car still didn't raced. 2019-09-12 13:02
Tecnodom Fiat Tipo TCR
CeilingHamster UK (219)Why does this not have a year? 2019-09-11 22:57
2001-2004 Toyota Yaris 1.5 VVT-i N2 [XP10]
Ford78 PT (1016)This rally car has competed on Group N2 Category, only in Rally rounds from Chile. 2019-09-07 15:36
2000-2002 Seat Ibiza A7 [Typ 6K2]
Ford78 PT (1016)This rally car has competed only in Brazilian Rally Championship seasons under Group A7 rules from 2000 to 2002 with Seat Sport Brazilian Team. Jorge Fleck and Paulo Lemos were the drivers. 2019-09-07 15:36
2008-2010 Ford Focus N3
Ford78 PT (1016)This is a official Brazilian works Ford Focus which has competed in N3 class between 2008 and 2010 in Brazil.

Source- www.speedracing.com.br/rally-eis-a-grande-novidade-de-2008-o-ford-focus-rally/
2019-09-07 13:31
1962-1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Gr. 2
Ford78 PT (1016)
Desscythe17 wrote
I'm just reading about this car, it participated in the 1963 Monte Carlo Rally, no?
I think you can return the front image you had before, since it does seem to be an American Falcon that participated in the rally, and not an Australian one.

It did participate on 1963 Monte Carlo Rally, however, the main debut was in 1962 Safari Rally Kenya (second by Rallye-info's website), hence why it is put as "1962-64" instead of "1963-64".
This picture is from the 1963 Monte Carlo Rally.

I searched pictures of Ford Falcon Rally in Google and I found that they seem to be American Falcon instead of Australian. Thanks for the informations! :)
2019-09-07 11:11
2006-2008 Toyota Rush
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
CeilingHamster wrote I think this was sold in the UK/Europe but under a different name.

As Daihatsu Terios, yes.
2019-09-07 09:16
2006-2008 Toyota Rush
CeilingHamster UK (219)I think this was sold in the UK/Europe but under a different name. 2019-09-07 00:25
2005-2007 Ford Focus RS N4
Ford78 PT (1016)This Rally Car was built by Ford Australia to compete in Australian Rally Championship under Group P Regulations. Group P means Group N for Australia.
This rally car has competec under official Ford RS Team Australia from 2005 to 2007 and pulled out of Australian Rallies before the 2008 season had started.

Source- www.carsales.com.au/editorial/details/rwd-focus-to-head-ford-rally-effort-256/
2019-09-06 12:42
1962-1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Gr. 2
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
Ford78 wrote
Ups sorry! I will replace pictures.

I'm just reading about this car, it participated in the 1963 Monte Carlo Rally, no?
I think you can return the front image you had before, since it does seem to be an American Falcon that participated in the rally, and not an Australian one.
2019-09-06 11:38
1984-1987 Citroën Visa Chrono Troféu
Ford78 PT (1016)From 1984 to 1987, there was a Citroen Visa Trophy in Portuguese Circuits. The car chosen for this Trophy was the Citroen Visa Chrono.

Source- www.facebook.com/489989531036845/posts/2359969770705469/
2019-09-06 11:19
1962-1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Gr. 2
Ford78 PT (1016)
Desscythe17 wrote Is this really an Australian Falcon? It has California plates.
The Falcon was also an American car during the 60s, so that would change its origin.

Ups sorry! I will replace pictures.
2019-09-06 10:24
1970-1972 Ford GT70 Gr. 6
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
Changed origin to UK, as it was a British design. 2019-09-06 09:33
1962-1964 Ford Falcon Sprint Gr. 2
Desscythe17 NL (10664)
Is this really an Australian Falcon? It has California plates.
The Falcon was also an American car during the 60s, so that would change its origin.
2019-09-06 09:31
1967 Ford Anglia Deluxe 1600 Estate [105E]
Ford78 PT (1016)Source- www.dvca.co.uk/sale-results-view.php?classic-cars=Ford-Anglia-De-Luxe-Estate7120 2019-09-05 18:44

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