Well, since it's obviously NOT a GM product you are crossposting to the
wrong groups. What magazine was it in? Most ads tell what car is featured.
Going to the magazine's website might also answer your question. Or, why
don't you just ask the Swissol folks?
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Westport, CT 06880
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Mr. Jack Camarda
| I saw a car in an ad in a car magazine. It is a very nice looking car.
Looks a lot like the Austin-Healey of yesteryear. They had a 100-4,
100-6 and then it went to the 3000 series, I think. A friend of mine had
a 100-4 with an aluminum body and electric overdrive. It had twin SU
side draft carburetors. It wouldn't keep up with a Corvette on straight
level highways. In the mountains it would leave a Corvette way behind.
"We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human
passions unbridled by morality and religion...Our Constitution was made
only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the
government of any other."
I had a 3000 MkIII AH and it was a blast to drive. Got a ticket for
drifting sideways through an intersection in the middle of nowhere in
rural SE Michigan. The sheriff was around the corner and I saw him too
late to get off the gas. $50
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