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The 2014 Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s

  Best in Show – American – 1932 Duesenberg Model J Convertible Victoria. The 2014 Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s Inn, located in Plymouth, Michigan, was held on Sunday, July 27th. The 36th annual running of the event marked the fourth year at its new home after moving from Meadow Brook Hall in…

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Scenes On the Streets of Boston – Part II

Fenway Park Motors on Boylston Street near the Fenway In 1954, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Kevin Lynch began his Perceptual Form of the City project, a five year endeavor funded by The Rockefeller Foundation. He was joined in it by Professor Gyorgy Kepes at the M.I.T. Center for Urban and Regional Studies and Nishan…

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You’ll Get More at Moore Motor Sales – Riverside, California, c.1950

Studebaker might have made the claim that they were “First By Far With a Postwar Car” in 1947, but they didn’t offer very much that was innovative under their radical Virgil Exner-styled skins. It was left to another independent builder, Hudson, to start a major trend towards longer, lower and wider cars in the following…

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The 1947 Studebaker – “First, By Far with a Postwar Car”

The banner on the wall reads “Tomorrow’s Car’s A Year in Advance” and the 1947 Studebakers sure looked different from anything Detroit had to offer that year. It’s easy to see how unconventional these cars appeared by comparing them to everything else parked on the street in the background of both photos. While Ford, GM…

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1953 Fiat 8V Supersonic – Coachwork by Ghia

Gooding and Company is having their annual Amelia Island, Florida, auction on Friday March 8. This is the last of the choice lots from the sale that we have chosen to share with you before the auction. We were drawn to this Fiat by it by its advanced features, excellent lines and interesting drive-train. One…

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