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Onion Peel 8 Auto X class winner, Corvette Spectacular 2011 Best Shark Winner, Central California Corvettes Best Wheels Winner. GM Crate ZZ4 300hp 405 tq.13.937 101 1/4 Sanderson Header 2.5 Dual Exhaust,mini starter,rebuilt th350 B&M shift kit, Rebuilt front end-Lowered 3in. rear lowered on 8 in bolts.New 4 core rad ,energy poly motor/trans mounts, Edelbrock water pump,Edelbrock fuel ppump,Rebuilt TA’s,Driveshaft ½ shaft,strut,& rear end. New solid ujoint.
Im the 3rd owner,was owned by a Navy Fighter pilot for 25 years then went to Sacramento for 5 years and now she is here with me in wine country.
I purchased the car with 47k miles and now the car has over 74k miles. Over 30k weekend cruising miles. Im a member of NorCalVettes.com I orginize most all the cruises with them.. My biggest cruise is coming up in April, last year we had 154 cars for the event. Its been such a success each year.
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This is the 1884 De Dion Bouton et Trepardoux Dos-A-Dos.It is the world’s oldest-known, working automobile is going up for auction on October 7th in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Commissioned by French entrepreneur Count de Dion, the bespoke vehicle – nicknamed the ‘La Marquise’ – was built in 1884 by Georges Bouton and Charles-Armand Trepardoux. It features two steam engines and a 40 gallon (151 liter) water tank which enables the car to travel approximately 20 miles (32 km) and hit a top speed of 38 mph (61 km/h).
The aptly-named De Dion Bouton et Trepardoux Dos-a-Dos Steam Runabout will be sold by RM Auctions and experts believe the model could fetch between $2-2.5 (€1.48-1.85) million.
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