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A Matchbox Model Car Double Feature

The great majority of us when we were younger collected played with and traded the distinctive and well-made Matchbox Models made in England. Today we present you two films (1962 and 1965) we found via Steve Natale showing the interesting story of just how the models were designed, prototyped and manufactured. Both of the videos…

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The Harland Krause Motorcycle Photo Album


This is the fifth and last installment of photos from the Harland Krause Motorcycle Photo Album. The Model “T” Ford speedster (above) is the second view of it shown in this series, and the earlier image can be seen here. It appears that when it was built the chassis components offered with the Mercury Speedster were used,…

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The Scripps-Booth V8-Powered Vitesse Speedster

1916 Scripps Booth V8-Powered Vitesse Speedster

James Scripps-Booth, heir to the Detroit Evening News fortune, developed three unique vehicles during the 1912 to 1922 period when he was involved with building vehicles. The Scripps-Booth car introduced in 1915 with a four-cylinder engine, and the o.h.v. V8-powered machines that followed in 1916 were his most successful cars. It is a rare event…

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