Monthly Archives: September 2014

Accidents – Poor Visibility

From Two Wheels to Four During college, my transportation was a used Honda CB77 Super Hawk. My buddy Mark had a similar one when we rode them together from the Chicago suburbs to Santa Monica and back in 1966. Two more … Continue reading

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Human Scale Concours – Palos Verdes

Local Elegance Georges Paulin was a dentist, French resistance fighter, and part-time automotive aerodynamicist. He designed a coupe on a Bentley 4-1/4 liter chassis in 1938 which was built by coachbuilder Marcel Portout and for a reason that is not … Continue reading

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Monterey 2014 – 5 Days of Automotive Porn – Day 5

Sunday – Concours d’Elegance Jon Shirley’s 1954 Ferrari 375 MM with Coupe body designed and built for Roberto Rossellini by Scaglietti. It placed 1st in Class M1 (Postwar Preservation), and also won the Most Elegant Sports Car Award and Art … Continue reading

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Monterey 2014 – 5 Days of Automotive Porn – Auction Results

Saturday/Sunday – Auctions 2 You can go online and read the results of each auction, but it’s a hassle to work your way through all the individual menus, and anyway if a car did not sell, it won’t show up. … Continue reading

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