In the seventies, the Lombard rally came to the Safari Park in Bewdley. When I was there I saw a 105E parked up in Kidderminster called" Belzebub"It was bubble arched and murelled. Where is it and who's was it?
Also my brother has one, Straight Line Angle or now some times called
" Don't Tangle with the Angle"
Two of my old ones..
1960 105E - 1600 Mexico powered, originally built by Russ DeBarr (Rottenpop), wish I still had this one...
1962ish 123E - stock apart from Classic front struts and disc brakes...
anybody remember the "Bat Out Of Hell" angle box..big block powered,red paint,radiust rear archs....or a grey primered chopped blown small block one also with radiust archs and a very narrow Jag IRS and tall Mc???y tires -was pictured in Street Machine-but dont no if it got finished:?: looked a real bitch of a car:happy:
Dont know anything about this,came across it on another site,but love the look of it,Bry
my old one reg no BAD 105Ehttp://usera.ImageCave.com/sbchevy/1...lia395.gif.jpg
Here's a couple of treasures from the nineties.
Jez Atkinson’s ‘Straightline Angle’ Rover V8 class Anglia.
Tim Adams 9 second Super Gas contender
John Tebenham's Pro ET Anglia
Photos 2 & 3 courtesy of Paul Duxbury