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I'm pretty sure the 1st & 3rd pics are of the first car mentioned at the end of the article. The chassis & steering boxes are different. Both cars...
Along with the reasons mentioned above, Nationally advertised cars tend to have higher prices than locally advertised ones, Hemmings is just the...
This showed up in the Images of Vintage Gas Stations thread a while back:
As far as I can tell it is a 1934 Singer Le Mans Sports Saloon....
There's some discussion of 'roll-your-own' lifters in www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/1928-chevy-4cyl-motor.463465/.
Cobra- Ferrari Wars is a much better book about the HAMB-era racing, but doesn't have the GT40 stuff. You might ask your local library about...
If the trailer is anything like the movie will be, I'll pass. They've made a NASCAR movie (rubbin' is racin') with sports cars. All it needs is a...
Yeah, I was thinking about him yesterday.
I used to buy tires almost exclusively from Costco. Lately, if it isn't a tire size installed by a factory in the last three years or so, the...
The blue one looks like a Tulabug, a replica of the Bugatti T52, an electric kid’s car. Info @...
Frank Bacon, a London racer with his FHB-Rudge. It was based on an Austin 7 chassis and built for the 500cc racing class that was popular in...
When the E83W was announced, the speed limit for light commercial vehicles in the UK was 30mph.
Without doing any digging, I'd guess AV Monocar on the racers, a cut-down Brit tourer for the hauler.
Looks like a stripped down early 1920s Peugeot Quadrilette. Only about 40ci, but only about 750lbs even with the body. Whatever is below the...
Cheetah, at least the body is. I think Fiberglass Trends sold knock-off bodies back in the day.
A custom built in Portland, OR: https://kustomrama.com/wiki/Ron_Courtney%27s_1951_Ford
The Leo Lyons Merc, a custom built in California:
I think the shape of the quarter window is different. Made by the same company, but different application. MGB?
Hmmm, already off of Craigslist. Quick flip or ???
Steve beat me to it. Dimensions would help pin it down.
Jappic @ this year's Retromobile. Is it @UKAde's or the New Zealand recreation? Apparently, the only distinguishing factor is that the...
Looks like quite a bit of a Riley 9 died to enable this build. It has quite nice proportions for a special.
When it was found, they didn't...
Knee-Action IFS, available on Chevrolets & Pontiacs starting in 1934.
This looks a lot like a trike I came across recently:
Despite the Morgan-like look, the Hudlass-Jap had a 600cc JAP single behind the...
Missed that one. One more anomaly to resolve!
No, but here are two that are close:
[ATTACH]Slauson & Avalon
Slauson & West
Looking online for the names Middaugh & Cacciola, I found several articles from the Santa Cruz Sentinel about the aftermath of the crash, but both...
Looks like a 1929-30 Whippet:
The last pic is from a 1938 Life mag photo shoot.
The burning question is: Who won the title 'Queen of the Car Wash'?
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