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A whole swarm of Blower Bentleys (well, 4.5 liter Bentleys, some blown and some unblown). Bentley just announced they will be producing some brand new "continuation" 1929 Blower Bentleys. #DavesCarIDService
This is pretty damn cool. Jaguar's Classic Works has also built continuation D-Types, E-Types, and XKSS. I wish US laws would allow American car companies to build new versions of their classics.
What is the one single brand new perfect factory reproduction American classic you'd want to have? (Me, a 1932 Ford Model 18 roadster or 3-window coupe)
*I think there are legal exemptions for true continuation cars (i.e., parts actually made in past and later assembled as a new car, like a Shelby CSX) and for very small scale car builders. Don't expect Ford/GM/Mopar to ever offer repros in their showrooms, though.
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