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Author: USA of Yesterday Friday, 07 March 2014
The last Walter Miller mystery photo this week is in our view also the most sensational car. A body which has caused us headaches as this must be a very well known car. And yes we found it, at least a very good lookalike. We're sure you will find as well. Yet at the moment you see it you probably will experience the same problems as we had. The overall profile and side window cutouts are nearly exactly the same as the famous 2005 Pebble Beach Best of Show: the 1937 Delage D8 Aerodynamic Coupe by Pourtout. But 'our' car is much shorter, smaller and lower. Not to mention the way-outl tail-fin. Did Georges Paulin design - or did Pourtout build - a similar body for let's say an Alfa 6C 1750? Or is it 'just' the coupe version of Peugeot's 1936 402 Andreau Aerodynamic?
Author: PAUL J. CONN Saturday, 01 March 2014Help me find a quality image of this photograph. It was taken during the 1903 Paris-Madrid race and is of Camille Jenatzy's Mercedes at speed taken by the artist Guido Sigriste who invented the high speed camera used. This version was taken from a webpage and is the only version I have been able to find. The glass plates were printed from in the 1950's, even quatity digital images would be great.
Stand representing pits at Irish Grand Prix 1929,'30,'31 at RIAC Classic Car Show in the RDS Dublin this weeken
Author: Kieran White Saturday, 01 March 2014Cars shown are a Riley Brooklands, Alfa Romeo 17/50, Bentley Speed Six and Mercedes K.
Author: Rick Nicolaas Tuesday, 18 February 2014
Author: gerard brands Friday, 10 January 2014
hello there, I found this newspaper from 1963.
I believe this car is now in the Louwman collection.
Author: Rick Nicolaas Friday, 10 January 2014
Author: James Long Monday, 30 December 2013
Author: Joris Bergsma Friday, 06 December 2013
painting spotted in living of Austrlian enthusiast
Author: Stephan Hopchet Tuesday, 03 December 2013Amilcar for twins,just for fun
editor: it seems we have a twelve cylinder twin cooled version ;-)
Author: Jeff Perkins Monday, 25 November 2013
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