An inedible stew of visual lunacy much of which I concocted with my own three hands.
Now this could tow my airstream...could I get one with an aluminum finish?
NOW yer' talkin' !That would be some cross-country trip !
Gotta get new sunglasses.....
And a cool new hat...
I'm not from Brooklyn....
Ha - too bad - I love old hats.
I'm gonna email ya a truth link!read it....
An awesome piece of Classic Coach Building and Metalwork. Built by a member of the Heinz (like ketchup) family. Dude was planning on selling them but they would have cost a fortune like $12K-$14K in '38. Looks like it has very limited rear visibility especially if you have it loaded with all 6 people. This looks like the Pebble Beach concurs. I think the car is a really deep black that is very hard to photograph, in lots of pics it looks deep purple or royal blue, Sometimes maroon.
It does seem to have a bit of a purple tint.I'm going have to research more on this beauty. How many were made? What's the going price of one today? Is it possible to hotwire so I can steal it... that sort of thing.
Harrahs Collection at the National Auto Museum Reno.There is only one the one. It weighs like 2 tons. I think it is in a movie too.
Wow - I was just about to google it... thanks Mr. X .The Rocketeer? Dick Tracy? Hhmmmmm...Such a great design, it's too bad no car company had ever tried to replicate it in some way.
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