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12 hours ago, lykaman said:

Cressy Ca   D-Lux4

Nice colours, but I thought this thread was for DLux Typ109 images?

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Hi, I looked up my D-Lux4 model and said 109 .. Apologies if I'm wrong..

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7 hours ago, lykaman said:

Hi, I looked up my D-Lux4 model and said 109 .. Apologies if I'm wrong..

The DLux chronology goes DLux, then DLux2, 3,4,5 and 6. Then DLux (Typ109). Finally, the current model which is the DLux7.

You may already be aware; if not, I hope that helps! 

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25 minutes ago, jcraf said:

The DLux chronology goes DLux, then DLux2, 3,4,5 and 6. Then DLux (Typ109). Finally, the current model which is the DLux7.

You may already be aware; if not, I hope that helps! 

Tx...L

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My late friend, Ken, had this as his runabout.  I miss Ken; he was larger than life.  He'd had quite a few such cars, but his Robinson R22 helicopter beat them all, he told me.

He loaned me his 2 month old Ghost for a week or so after he suffered his first stroke.  And told me to give it 'some exercise', which I did; this car had over 560bhp.  The official RR dealer near me (P&A Wood) who sold him the car has, I think, kept the number (license) plate for its demonstrator Ghosts.

DLux Typ109

 

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This is the view most people may have seen, at least when I was driving it.  For such a big car, its straight line punch (with total alacrity) was truly astonishing.  Cars, normally considered 'quick' (such as a normal 911) which made the mistake of thinking....well you know!

DLux Typ109

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As there seems to be not too much being posted in the thread here is an old Kenworth living out it's last days in an industrial area of Red Deer.

 

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