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1950 Formula 1
Ford78 PT (1444)I thought that we would put only drivers with points in Formula 1... 2020-04-27 00:31
1950 Formula 1
Ford78 PT (1444)
Rinspeed wrote someone can finish this or no?

I'm busy with finishing the 1991 FIA Cup for Drivers of Production Cars (FIA Group N Championship) at the moment, but I can also finish the 1950 Formula 1, if necessary.
2020-04-27 00:19
1950 Formula 1
Rinspeed FR (9736)
someone can finish this or no? 2020-04-26 23:00
1993-1996 Subaru Legacy Series II [BD]
Maki JP (295)
Thanks for the tip. I'll try to keep that in mind for next time. 2020-04-26 21:25
1993-1996 Subaru Legacy Series II [BD]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Another suggestion, if you don't mind. It's a good idea to upload pictures after you have added all the engines, so the car doesn't show up in "Recently completed" while being unfinished. 2020-04-26 21:17
1996-1998 Subaru Legacy Series II [BD]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Just a heads up, you don’t need to put MT or AT in the engine name, because it already tells you to the right of the engine name. 2020-04-26 19:07
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Maki JP (295)
Thanks, everyone! 2020-04-26 18:24
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Ford78 PT (1444)Congratulations, Maki! :) 2020-04-26 18:05
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Congrats Maki :) 2020-04-26 17:52
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Rinspeed FR (9736)
Maki wrote

Sure, I'd love to!

done
2020-04-26 17:15
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Maki JP (295)
Rinspeed wrote
Maki as you do a good job with japanese cars, do you want to be an admin?


Sure, I'd love to!
2020-04-26 16:24
Audi (USA) Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Rinspeed wrote
ah ok difficult to say how doing that i have to search for that. But for others country like Spain, if no one do spain engines, how the page look?

Well it depends on the car of course, but I think most European countries would have the same engines? I don't usually do Europe, so I don't know how often you encounter engines that are only available in specific countries.
It's a bit complicated, because engines would need to have settings for which country they were available in. But I would say by default, all engines are available for the countries in which the car is available, and then we can work from there.

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2020-04-26 15:20
Audi (USA) Rinspeed FR (9736)
Desscythe17 wrote
No I mean the actual car pages, not the brand pages. I think the brand pages are good like how you divided them (Europe, USA, Japan, Asia, etc).

ah ok difficult to say how doing that i have to search for that. But for others country like Spain, if no one do spain engines, how the page look?
2020-04-26 14:38
Audi (USA) Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Rinspeed wrote
oh good idea for the last thing you say. You select the country where you live? It's that? And after that the site list alls car sold in your country and the others cars are in another section like "Cars not imported". But we have for that to complete more the countries where the cars are sold...

No I mean the actual car pages, not the brand pages. I think the brand pages are good like how you divided them (Europe, USA, Japan, Asia, etc).
2020-04-26 14:33
Audi (USA) Rinspeed FR (9736)
Desscythe17 wrote
That sounds good! I would be in favor of “select a country”.

I was also wondering if it would be a good idea to change the “car is sold in country” section. Instead of having green and red dots, have only green dots show up, or just the flags of the counties where it was sold. I think knowing a car was *not* sold in “country x” is not very interesting. Maybe also have the option to select a country ourselves, so for example, a Renault Clio wasn’t sold in the USA, so the US flag doesn’t show up on the Clio page at all. But then you select it was sold in Portugal, and a Portuguese flag shows up.

Another idea I just want to throw out there, maybe we can use the countries (flags) to change how the pages look. So if you select the French flag, the car's page will show the name(s), engines, etc that were available in France (and European pictures). Basically have all the relevant info on the page for the country you are looking at. If you select the US flag, the car's page will show the name(s), engines, etc that were available in the USA (with American pictures).

I know WCS has limitations, and I don't know how much is possible, but perhaps we can use parts of any of these ideas.

oh good idea for the last thing you say. You select the country where you live? It's that? And after that the site list alls car sold in your country and the others cars are in another section like "Cars not imported". But we have for that to complete more the countries where the cars are sold...
2020-04-26 14:27
Audi (USA) Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Rinspeed wrote i think 2 pages are ok. I think i will also search a new presentation for make in the future (when i will do WCS V3) with perhaps a make an diferents sections like that:
Toyota
Select a country
> Japan
> Europe
> USA
> China
...
and it will done the models sold in the country instead of having a lot of differents makes just with the differents countries

That sounds good! I would be in favor of “select a country”.

I was also wondering if it would be a good idea to change the “car is sold in country” section. Instead of having green and red dots, have only green dots show up, or just the flags of the counties where it was sold. I think knowing a car was *not* sold in “country x” is not very interesting. Maybe also have the option to select a country ourselves, so for example, a Renault Clio wasn’t sold in the USA, so the US flag doesn’t show up on the Clio page at all. But then you select it was sold in Portugal, and a Portuguese flag shows up.

Another idea I just want to throw out there, maybe we can use the countries (flags) to change how the pages look. So if you select the French flag, the car's page will show the name(s), engines, etc that were available in France (and European pictures). Basically have all the relevant info on the page for the country you are looking at. If you select the US flag, the car's page will show the name(s), engines, etc that were available in the USA (with American pictures).

I know WCS has limitations, and I don't know how much is possible, but perhaps we can use parts of any of these ideas.

-- Last edit: 2020-04-26 14:04:36
2020-04-26 13:58
Audi (USA) Rinspeed FR (9736)
i think 2 pages are ok. I think i will also search a new presentation for make in the future (when i will do WCS V3) with perhaps a make an diferents sections like that:
Toyota
Select a country
> Japan
> Europe
> USA
> China
...
and it will done the models sold in the country instead of having a lot of differents makes just with the differents countries
2020-04-26 13:40
Audi (USA) JFK CZ (571)
Personally I would merge the two pages together, as long as the international and USA-unique models are linked together via predecessor/sucessor. 2020-04-26 13:25
Audi (USA) Ford78 PT (1444)
Desscythe17 wrote Does anyone have suggestions on what to do with this page?

I thought it was important for Audi USA to have its own page, mainly because of the models from the 70s and 80s that look very different from their European counterparts. If we are looking at the more modern models however, 2000+ and especially 2010+, they all look extremely similar to the European models, to the point where I think it's difficult to justify a separate page for the American market model (I also don't think the engine options are very different).

I am thinking about maybe deleting some of the newer models, merging them with the European models, or leaving them as they are. What do you guys think? Should I keep adding new American market Audis to this page?

I think that you should continue adding new American market Audis to the Page, as their headlights and front lights are different compared to the European Models...
2020-04-26 12:43
Audi (USA) Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Does anyone have suggestions on what to do with this page?

I thought it was important for Audi USA to have its own page, mainly because of the models from the 70s and 80s that look very different from their European counterparts. If we are looking at the more modern models however, 2000+ and especially 2010+, they all look extremely similar to the European models, to the point where I think it's difficult to justify a separate page for the American market model (I also don't think the engine options are very different).

I am thinking about maybe deleting some of the newer models, merging them with the European models, or leaving them as they are. What do you guys think? Should I keep adding new American market Audis to this page?
2020-04-26 12:24
1983-1987 Toyota Corolla Liftback [E80]
Ford78 PT (1444)
Desscythe17 wrote Ford78, if you look at the small preview picture of this car, you can see that the car is barely in it.
What I usually do is I go into Microsoft Paint, I remove some of the space in the picture above the car and then reupload it. That should make it a bit better ;)

Thanks Desscythe17! I'll fix the picture in a few minutes. :)
2020-04-26 10:27
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Rinspeed FR (9736)
Maki wrote Is this photo any better? It was the best-quality photo of the Lettuce that I could find.
cdn.snsimg.carview.co.jp/minkara/userstorage/000/038/701/326/081a22eafd.jpg?ct=d9cae18fb233

I was only able to find one photo of the rear of the Lettuce, though I can't confirm if it depicts a pre or post-facelift model.
minkara.carview.co.jp/image.aspx?src=https%3a%2f%2fcdn.snsimg.carview.co.jp%2fcarlife%2fimages%2fUserDiary%2f5821915%2fp1.jpg%3fct%3ded520b438fc4

Maki as you do a good job with japanese cars, do you want to be an admin?
2020-04-26 09:17
1983-1987 Toyota Corolla Liftback [E80]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Ford78, if you look at the small preview picture of this car, you can see that the car is barely in it.
What I usually do is I go into Microsoft Paint, I remove some of the space in the picture above the car and then reupload it. That should make it a bit better ;)

-- Last edit: 2020-04-26 01:13:24
2020-04-26 01:13
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Maki wrote Is this photo any better? It was the best-quality photo of the Lettuce that I could find.
cdn.snsimg.carview.co.jp/minkara/userstorage/000/038/701/326/081a22eafd.jpg?ct=d9cae18fb233

I was only able to find one photo of the rear of the Lettuce, though I can't confirm if it depicts a pre or post-facelift model.
minkara.carview.co.jp/image.aspx?src=https%3a%2f%2fcdn.snsimg.carview.co.jp%2fcarlife%2fimages%2fUserDiary%2f5821915%2fp1.jpg%3fct%3ded520b438fc4

Yeah that front pic is definitely better. I will replace it in the morning. The rear picture is apparently post-facelift because of the air vent by the rear side windows.

-- Last edit: 2020-04-26 10:28:47
2020-04-26 01:10
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Maki JP (295)
Is this photo any better? It was the best-quality photo of the Lettuce that I could find.
cdn.snsimg.carview.co.jp/minkara/userstorage/000/038/701/326/081a22eafd.jpg?ct=d9cae18fb233

I was only able to find one photo of the rear of the Lettuce, though I can't confirm if it depicts a pre or post-facelift model.
minkara.carview.co.jp/image.aspx?src=https%3a%2f%2fcdn.snsimg.carview.co.jp%2fcarlife%2fimages%2fUserDiary%2f5821915%2fp1.jpg%3fct%3ded520b438fc4

-- Last edit: 2020-04-26 00:22:07
2020-04-26 00:20
1995-1996 Subaru Impreza Retna Series I
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Maki wrote The rear picture barely shows the rear of the car at all. Here's a better one: pbs.twimg.com/media/ChScIKkUgAEl9q3.jpg

You're right. I thought the car on your picture was a bit beaten up though, so I had a quick look for other pictures, and I actually found a good manufacturer pic! So I'm using that one. Thanks for the picture though.
2020-04-25 22:07
1995-1996 Subaru Impreza Retna Series I
Maki JP (295)
The rear picture barely shows the rear of the car at all. Here's a better one: pbs.twimg.com/media/ChScIKkUgAEl9q3.jpg 2020-04-25 21:25
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla Liftback [E70]
Ford78 PT (1444)
JFK wrote I am very certain it wasnt avaliable in Czechoslovakia and i have doubts it was avaliable in romania and USSR, same goes with other Corollas from 1980s...

Thanks for the information!

This Corolla page here is the European version.
2020-04-25 19:40
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla [E70]
Ford78 PT (1444)
Desscythe17 wrote
It has the steering wheel on the left side, so I don't think it's Australian. Judging by some of the info that comes with the picture, I think it's a German model.

I think that the picture is from E80 model, not the E70, seeing by its bumper...
2020-04-25 19:39
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla Liftback [E70]
JFK CZ (571)
I am very certain it wasnt avaliable in Czechoslovakia and i have doubts it was avaliable in romania and USSR, same goes with other Corollas from 1980s... 2020-04-25 19:22
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla [E70]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Ford78 wrote
Thanks, but this picture is from a Australian model, if I'm not mistaken.

It has the steering wheel on the left side, so I don't think it's Australian. Judging by some of the info that comes with the picture, I think it's a German model.
2020-04-25 19:19
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla [E70]
Ford78 PT (1444)
Desscythe17 wrote
I don't know if the headlights are important, but I found this: commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:KE70V-last.jpg

Thanks, but this picture is from a Australian model, if I'm not mistaken.
2020-04-25 17:26
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla [E70]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Ford78 wrote Sorry, I couldn't find any better picture of a European E70 Corolla Estate than this. If anyone has a better picture than this, please feel free to replace it.

I don't know if the headlights are important, but I found this: commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:KE70V-last.jpg
2020-04-25 17:06
1983-1987 Toyota Corolla Compact [E80]
Ford78 PT (1444)Again, 1.6 4A-LC Engine was exclusive to Swiss and Swedish Markets only. 1984 saw the first 2E Engines debuting on Corolla which have 12 total valves instead of 8 valves. And also, 4A-GE engine of 116-124 PS is available to all AE80 Corolla versions except the Hatchbacks: The Hatchbacks with 4A-GE engines have 121 PS.

Here are the list of European Market chassis of Corolla 1983-1987:
"AE80/EE80 — FWD 4-door sedan, 5-door liftback, 3/5-door hatchback (2A, 2E engines)
AE82 — FWD 4-door sedan, 5-door liftback, 3/5-door hatchback (4A engine)
AE86 — RWD 2-door coupé, 3-door hatchback coupé (4A engine)
CE80 — FWD 1.8 diesel 4-door sedan, 5-door liftback, 5-door hatchback (1C engine)"
2020-04-25 15:17
1990-1993 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Note: This is not actually a sedan, it's a hatchback with 2 doors on the passenger side and 1 door on the driver side. 2020-04-25 14:44
1989-1990 Mitsubishi Minica Lettuce Mk.VI [H20]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Note: This is not actually a sedan, it's a hatchback with 2 doors on the passenger side and 1 door on the driver side. 2020-04-25 14:44
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla Liftback [E70]
Ford78 PT (1444)There were two engines which were made exclusively to Swedish and Suiss Markets.

From Wikipedia:
"Due to their peculiar emissions regulations, the most powerful engine available to a Swiss and Swedish Liftback buyer was the 1,770 cc 3T unit, producing 80 PS (59 kW) in 1983.[21] The 1982 Swedish models produce 58 or 78 PS (43 or 57 kW) for the 4K or 3T engines".
2020-04-25 14:35
1979-1983 Toyota Corolla [E70]
Ford78 PT (1444)Sorry, I couldn't find any better picture of a European E70 Corolla Estate than this. If anyone has a better picture than this, please feel free to replace it. 2020-04-25 12:39
2020 Sweden: Rally Championship (T4WD)
Rinspeed FR (9736)
Ford78 wrote Sources- resultatservice.se/rallysm/rallysm2020/rasm3.html
www.rallysm.se/resultat-3/

There are 4 classes: T4WD (New 4WD Cars), T2WD (New 2WD Cars), O2WD (Old 2WD Cars) and O4WD (Old 4WD Cars). Should I add the four classes championships to WCS here, even knowing the T4WD is the major championship on Sweden? There is no Overall Championship for Sweden.

Only major championship for National championship so T4WD.
2020-04-25 00:42
2020 Sweden: Rally Championship (T4WD)
Ford78 PT (1444)Sources- resultatservice.se/rallysm/rallysm2020/rasm3.html
www.rallysm.se/resultat-3/

There are 4 classes: T4WD (New 4WD Cars), T2WD (New 2WD Cars), O2WD (Old 2WD Cars) and O4WD (Old 4WD Cars). Should I add the four classes championships to WCS here, even knowing the T4WD is the major championship on Sweden? There is no Overall Championship for Sweden.
2020-04-25 00:20
1991 WRC: World Rally Championship
Ford78 PT (1444)
Rinspeed wrote
New pics are very good ;-)

Thanks Rinspeed! :)
2020-04-24 19:26
1991 WRC: World Rally Championship
Rinspeed FR (9736)
Ford78 wrote Championship fixed with now correct information and new pictures provided.

New pics are very good ;-)
2020-04-24 19:01
1991 WRC: World Rally Championship
Ford78 PT (1444)Championship fixed with now correct information and new pictures provided. 2020-04-24 18:56
1984-1988 Toyota Corolla GT Coupe A6 [AE86]
Ford78 PT (1444)
Desscythe17 wrote
Done!

Thanks!
2020-04-24 18:13
1984-1988 Toyota Corolla GT Coupe A6 [AE86]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Ford78 wrote Rinspeed, is it possible to transfer this Corolla from Toyota's main Page to Toyota Europe's page? This version is the European version.

Done!
2020-04-24 17:13
1984-1988 Toyota Corolla GT Coupe A6 [AE86]
Ford78 PT (1444)Rinspeed, is it possible to transfer this Corolla from Toyota's main Page to Toyota Europe's page? This version is the European version. 2020-04-24 16:54
1962 Budd XR-400
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Budd Company has produced car bodies for various brands, such as Morris, Nash and Pontiac, as well as components for other major brands.

In 1961 they created a concept car by combining a Ford Thunderbird body with a Ford Falcon chassis, and pitched it to Ford. They were turned down, and a few years later Ford introduced the Mustang to the market.
After being declined, Budd created the XR-400 by combining a sports car body with the Rambler Ambassador chassis, and pitched it to AMC. They were again turned down, and dropped the idea.

An interesting "what if" in automotive history, if AMC had accepted the XR-400 and made it into a production car, they could have had a Ford Mustang competitor before Ford introduced their pony car.

-- Last edit: 2020-04-23 21:01:49
2020-04-23 18:19
1974 AMC Gremlin G-II
carcrasher88 US (12)Gremlin with a Hornet nose (and unique grille) and a fastback body. Eventually, this concept became the main basis for the Spirit liftback. 2020-04-23 17:56
Since 2015 Lexus GS Series II [L10]
Desscythe17 NL (11243)
Production is scheduled to end in August. 2020-04-23 10:06
Bond Lancia CA (20)
Make photo needs to be changed, this one is to blurry 2020-04-23 06:14

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