Monthly Archives: August 2011

TJ Grewal Pics of the Ferrari GTO

Just about every Sunday night TJ Grewal sends out some car pictures to a number of people.  I am pleased to be on TJ’s distribution list.  This past Sunday night, TJ sent out some pictures of what he calls “the … Continue reading

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The Lancia D24 and Lancia D25 Cars

Earlier in August I posted an image by artist Carlo Demand of a scene from the 1953 Carrera Panamericana which included Juan Manuel Fangio in a Lancia D24.  The image below is of that Lancia D24 which is on display at … Continue reading

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Another Type Of Kanto Seiki Odometer

A reader of this website, Rohin Bhimjiani of Australia, recently sent me a photo of a Kanto Seiki odometer that he has.  His Kanto Seiki Odometer is a little different than mine. A Kanto Seiki Odometer For a look at … Continue reading

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Help Me Identify These Cars at a South African Car Show

Several days ago I got an email from JD Fentie, who now lives in South Africa.  I first met JD at Targa Newfoundland in 2003 when he competed in the Touring Class with his Porsche.  JD was living in Ontario, … Continue reading

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The 2011 Galway-Cavendish Forest Rally

This past weekend the Peterborough Motor Sports Club held the 10th Annual Galway-Cavendish Forest Rally (GCFR) in Ontario.  The Galway-Cavendish Forest Rally was created by Peter Watt and Pete Gulliver, both members of the PMSC, in 2002.  They have use … Continue reading

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The Triumph TR Cars – Triumph TR5

In the mid-1960s Triumph management decided that the Triumph TR line needed more power, if it was to remain a good seller.  After looking at a couple available engines Triumph decided to provide a 2.5 litre 6 cylinder fuel injected engine … Continue reading

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Darryl Deagle Passes

It is sad to report that Darryl Deagle passed away this past weekend.  Darryl died as a result of a skydiving accident near Moncton, New Brunswick.  Darryl, 34, was an experienced skydiver with more than 300 jumps to his credit.  … Continue reading

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