All depends what you mean Lee. Do you mean DB as in the one being built for Dale or do you mean DB as in this?
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I'm wondering how he got his foot up on the transmission tunnel to dip the lights!! Another question Dale - did the spotlight behind the grille affect cooling?
McQueen's XKSS is in the Petersen not far from Leno's place and I hear the Continuation/Replica is also in there for a while. While I'd always want a D-Type, for me the road stuff added to turn it into an XKSS made it look a bit cumbersome. Sorry. Spent some time with a well sorted E-Type roadster b...
- Thu Dec 08, 2016 5:54 pm
- Forum: General 289
- Topic: Interview with Peter Brock
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And just to wind the purists up, Pete's own Daytona (the red one on his trailer company website) has a Corvette LS motor in it. Apart from being a better engine (his words not mine) the only thing Ford about the Rousch motors used by many in their Daytona reps is the architecture.
Colin - thanks for the offer but I think I prefer the more genteel and relaxed way of touring with my friend Andrew who you met on the MM a few years back. We've even coined our own word to describe it - BUMBELARE (Verb, Italian, to drive an old open car, prone to break down at any time, slowly, in ...