Jan-Odd Jakobsen

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This was the magazine that got Jan-Odd interested in American made cars in 1957.
Ralph Lysell's Rally is a Norwegian bubble-top sports car built at Norwegian Aircraft Industries LTD in Oslo, Norway in 1951. The car was meant to be the first production sports car of Norway in the 1950s, but it never made it into production. Jan-Odd bought the Rally around 1980.

Jan-Odd "Cops" Jakobsen on Oslo, Norway. Jan-Odd got an interest for American made cars in 1957, after buying a copy of Populær Mekanik April 1957. Jan is known as "Cops" amongst friends.[1]


In 1973 Jan-Odd formed the club ACSN with his cousin Steinar Næss.


Jan-Odd Jakobsen's Cars

Hot Lemon
The Sundance Kid
Ralph Lysell's Rally
Jan-Odd Jakobsen's 1956 Buick

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