Cars we love
This series started out of the passion I have for these iconic cars that made a big impact on all of our lives. It is an ongoing series and I will be including many more soon, I am open to suggestions so please feel free to comment on it.
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1946 Hewson Rocket From Motor Trend Magazine, "William Hewson's idea sounded good on paper. Build a small, aerodynamic car out of aluminum with no protruding hardware, and with all lighting fared into the bodywork and sell it for $1000. Powered by a mid-mounted Ford flathead V-8 and three-speed transmission, the rear track was narrower for aero purposes. It was capable of 90 mph, but by the time Coachcraft Limited finished the prototype bodywork, Hewson Pacific Corp. was out of capital…
Hall of Fame Thread Grosse Pointe Racetrack - Page 2
Hello, I'm working on a project to make a computer simulation of the Ford-Winton "999" race at the Grosse Pointe racetrack in 1901. I found this great thread in the Hall of Fame: http://atdetroit.net/forum/messages/6790/81842.html but it doesn't have some of the information I'm looking for. Specifically, I'd like to know the dimensions of the track and perhaps more information about how it looked so that I can create a 3D computer model of it. Since the atdetroit forum is no longer active…
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