Monthly Archives: June 2012

Briggs Cunningham and Cadillac at Le Mans in 1950

June is Le Mans month and I was recently at the Cadillac La Salle Day at the Larz Anderson Museum of Transportation in Brookline, Massachusetts.  These two events got me thinking about the 1950 Le Mans race when two Cadillacs … Continue reading

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Larz Anderson Museum Raffling Off A 1967 Mercury Cougar

Earlier this spring I attended the Cadillac La Salle Day at the Larz Anderson Museum of Transportation in Brookline, Massachusetts.  While the lawn was resplendent in fine Cadillacs, the car that I first noticed was a very nice 1967 Mercury Cougar.  A 1967 Mercury … Continue reading

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The BSA Bantam: A Basic Two-Stroke From England

At the 2012 British Motorcycle Show in Auburn, Massachusetts I saw a BSA Bantam on display.  This particular motorcycle was a special motorcycle that had been used by the Royal Post Office in England. 1954 BSA Bantam D-3 Royal Post … Continue reading

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SMCC’s 2012 Economy Run Rally on June 9

Next weekend the Sport Motor Car Club  (SMCC) of Montreal will hold their 2012 Economy Run Rally in the Charlemagne, Quebec area.  This event continues to grow and early thoughts are that this year’s event is going to be more competitive … Continue reading

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The Bugatti 35C: A Very Successful Race Car

The Bugatti Type 35 is perhaps the most successful of all the race car ever built.  It is said that the Bugatti Type 35 and its variants won over 1,000 races in its time.  A record perhaps only exceeded by … Continue reading

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