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This is a truly Big Fish. We spotted it from 200 yards at the Amelia Island Concours and our jaws dropped deeper with every step we came closer. You really need to see the Adventurer II in reality to get to grips with its dimensions. Or park a Jaguar XJ6 alongside to compare with this. Not too many competitors recognised the tail light of last week's 'tough to crack', but the answers were high quality. We had 5 good answers to choose from, but after some shifting we ended with two names Steve Bousfield and Luc Martens. Most important difference that shifted between man and boys is their view on who did the design... Was it Virgil Exner or Luigi Segre & Giovanni Savonuzzi from Ghia? Well according to Virgil Exner: Visioneer: The official biography... it was creation of the two Italians. Possibly a few features were changed and/or added by Exner. An example of that seems to be the retractable rear window. Based on this we decided that the quater of an ounce more detail provided by Luk Martens would make him this week's winner. Congratulations Luk!
Please send us your mail address and your T-shirt size, so we can send your well-earned prize. New chances next week !
While the clocks turn to Summer time this weekend, Spring is just about officially here. That means several things to you and me. It’s the start of a new motoring season in the first place, with our precious classics to be enjoyed again. A final polish and let the sunshine in. But it also means skirt day won’t be far away now – it’s the first sunny day of the year when women all of sudden seem to have taken that box with skirts and summer dresses from the attic. As if it they made a secret agreement.
See it as an invitation to treat her to a ride in your classic, big or small. But don’t forget to stop for breakfast/brunch/coffee/lunch to show off your lovely in her colour coded skirt. It will be appreciated by many.
(Words Jeroen Booij, picture courtesy Akiro Shinozaki)
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