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Brewster’s Last Chance

Like many 20th century custom coach builders, the Brewster Body Company’s roots go a very long way back into the horse drawn era. After a five year apprenticeship, James Brewster established his own carriage and wagon shop in New Haven, Connecticut in 1810. He was an early adopter of a new type of light, four wheeled carriage…

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Edsel Ford’s 1934 Speedster

Befitting the March 31st anniversary of the introduction of Ford’s milestone motor, the flathead V-8, The Old Motor is featuring one of the most celebrated and well documented cars ever to roll behind one such powerplant.                  Better known and more highly skilled writers than myself have related the…

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