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    ṨῤἵḋểṙẊƻƻ SpiderX22's Avatar
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    Before I submit either of these to the database, can someone help me ID these cars and provide a sample picture of the same model?

    Both are cars found in Australia on pictures taken during the Australia Day flyover.

    My guess on car 1 is a Porshe, but I'm not sure.

    Car 2 seems an older car..from like the 50's.
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    I would say car 1 is a BMW Z4, car 2 a Morgan, maybe the Plus 8 or the 4/4.

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    car 1 not a clue

    car 2 def looks like a morgan

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    Car 1 I would also say is a BMW Z4. I found a drawing of it and it match. Car 2, I would say too, is a Morgan.
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    Car 1 is a 2005 BMW Z4 3.0i.

    Car 2 is a 1977 Morgan +8 Roadster.


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    How do you know it is a 3.0i and not a 2.0i or 2.5i??

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    2.5i and 2.0i were discontinued when BMW ceased production on the Z3 in 2003. Z4 does not have that on it's options list.


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    At least here in Germany those discontinued engines are still available...

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