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1955 MG TF 1500 located in Norwalk CT
My father purchased this car in 1970. He had restored one other TF and 2 TD's prior to this one. The others were sold and this one stayed in the family. He kept it until about 7 years ago when I inherited it. Love to go out with my wife on the weekends and turn some heads.
I guess this is a case of better late than never.
Some think a little more modern.
This is my 2005 Noble M400.
It does 0-60 in around 3.2 with 425bhp and weighing in at 2600lbs giving it a power to weight ration of 400 hence the name. The M400 was the GT3 of the M12 models. No Driver aids except for power steering not even ABs, its a visceral driving experience.
Its a pretty rare beast, originally the rolling shell was shipped from South Africa with the motor coming from Roush and then assembled in the USA by a builder of your choice, which is similar to the way Lotus used to do it back in the day.
It was designed in sunny Leicester in the Uk by Lee Noble who built several hundred.
I bought this car from Denver, after picking it up I took it to a track day at High Plains raceway then drove it back 900 miles to phoenix ... In summer. it was an eventful journey which ended on a flat bed after a 6 hour hold up on the freeway in 110f.
After a year or so getting is sorted its been an experience!
Enjoy the photos
Late to the party, but here are a couple of snaps of my 1967 Mini Cooper S. I've owned it since 1989 when it was a sickly beige. Restored in 2012. Drive it when the Texas heat is less than boiling.