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10 minutes ago, bryankazmer said:

Love the Bucciali brochure!  Is that claim of first front wheel drive accurate?

 

Anybody else see Atalante DNA in Jaguar XK coupes?

 

Considering total production was about 6 cars,  they could also claim lowest production car of all time.   They tended to make 1 or 2 of every model.

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John_Mereness, I'm loving your contributions, never too many, and especially those fantastic brochure images, Bugatti, Bucciali, Cadillac, Packard, what an era!! I've never seen any rare stuff like this before, so refreshing to see something "new"!!

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Just now, Gunsmoke said:

John_Mereness, I'm loving your contributions, never too many, and especially those fantastic brochure images, Bugatti, Bucciali, Cadillac, Packard, what an era!! I've never seen any rare stuff like this before, so refreshing to see something "new"!!

 

 

These Californians in their 1912 Ford would also agree, and they would like to thank Walt for starting this thread. Bob 

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49 minutes ago, alsancle said:

I believe the second car is coachbuilt by Lancefield,  but would need to look it up.

Interesting, I had part ownership in a 1937 Rolls-Royce 25/30 with Lancefield coachwork - a cool original car other than smelled of mice and unfortunately next owner felt the need to restore it.

 

 

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Went to the website of the place my Stepfather lives at and found this picture on the opening page.

As stated on the home page

“Home Sweet Home” Since 1920

British Home Brookfield Illinois

British Home 1920 Brookfield ILL.jpg

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19 minutes ago, Packin31 said:

Went to the website of the place my Stepfather lives at and found this picture on the opening page.

As stated on the home page

“Home Sweet Home” Since 1920

British Home Brookfield Illinois

British Home 1920 Brookfield ILL.jpg

Being a nosy Brit , what was the connection to the British 

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