Walt G

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Interesting Vulcan bus photograph, wonder if this is an AACA regional meet with all the members attending in one old vehicle?  Or perhaps people attending a major concours de elegance all headed towards the free drink/open bar tent?  Is that bus winking at all of us or did the left front headlamp fall off someplace? 

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2 hours ago, alsancle said:

 

Not Mercedes.

It has an Hispano cap on it.

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17 hours ago, edinmass said:

Photo Challenge:

 

One of the coolest cars you have never seen or heard of...........

 

 

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I am going with English and it being a Crossley (but I already know the radiator is not the norm for my guess)

 

Sidenote:  This is an interesting Crossley

1935 Crossley Streamline.

 

1935 Crossley Streamline.

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17 hours ago, 34LaSalleClubSedan said:

Sure would like to find a Packard roadster top boot like the one in this photo. 1926-1929, 6 or 8 top boots are the same. 

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I am on the same quest for a 1934, 1935, 1936 Auburn Phaeton (4 door Convertible) Top Boot. 

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The Mercedes Automobiles of the King of Greece just before WWI, a 10/30 roadster and Knight-engined 16/45 touring. Apparently factory coachwork on both cars

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