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The Mighty Stutz Model AA Vertical 8

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The Mighty Stutz Model AA Vertical 8

Indianapolis and powerful engines were synonymous with a brand, originally founded in 1911 by Harry C Stutz under a different name ‘The Ideal Motor Company’ and located not far from the world famous speedway that was built just two years previously to help the flourishing motor industry within the State of Indiana.

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 3

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 3

A look back over the past century and beyond at the manufacturers that once produced transport for the masses….

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230SL Mercedes Pagoda – A Sensible Dream

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230SL Mercedes Pagoda – A Sensible Dream

The 230SL Mercedes of 1963 was not really a replacement for the 300SL Gull-wing masterpiece or its cousin the 190SL, for their time had passed; an ‘all new’ car was required and Stuggart delivered the W113.

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Vanished Vehicles

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Vanished Vehicles

A look back over the past century and beyond at the manufacturers that once produced transport for the masses….

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 2

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 2

A look back over the past century and beyond at the manufacturers that once produced transport for the masses….

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Riley 9 Lynx

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Riley 9 Lynx

Pre-War style that employed technology that would be appreciated Post-war and beyond. In 1926 two Riley brothers combined to design a touring sports car with the pace, agility and beauty of a feline.

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 1

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Vanished Vehicles – Part 1

A look back over the past century and beyond at the manufacturers that once produced transport for the masses….

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Calcutta’s Champion – The Hindustan Ambassador

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Calcutta’s Champion – The Hindustan Ambassador

In a country of 1.2 billion people with some of the harshest roads on the planet, one incredible machine would dominate for half a century; icon maybe an overused word, not in this case.

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Stevens Sienna-Prototype Resto Pt 6

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Stevens Sienna-Prototype Resto Pt 6

Our new exhaust system had a small blow, an easy fix but the leak from the rear of the gearbox presented a major issue

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Build A Cobra In Your 70’s!

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Build A Cobra In Your 70’s!

Neville Mordecai started building his Cobra replica a Pilgrim Sumo when he was 71, under a plastic Gazebo, on a pig farm, without power and in all weathers, his story shows you can do anything, at any age with enough enthusiasm….

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