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  1. #11

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . more Alfa Romeo --- Spider 2000

    Still a 4-banger





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  2. #12

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS . . . aka Sprint Speciale


    Really pretty little car. Seen these over the years and always liked the looks. Lots of neat little details --- bumpers, fittings, trim . . . and a really sexy interior. Super aero, too. Problem was/is, the body 's all steel and a bit heavy for the engine . . .

    . . . = slooooooow





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  3. #13

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . and my kinda Alfa-Romeo . . . finally

    TZ . . . 'z' = Zagato

    !


    Prettier than the GTO --- IMO . . . better aero, too . . .

    . . . just needs a few more cylinders




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  4. #14

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . and last of the Alfas


    Tidy little Giulia Super sedan





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  5. #15

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . Two-seater Roadster of some sort --- I'd guess Murphy?

    . . . no covered exhaust pipes poking out of the side so no super-charging

    Still --- DOHC 400 cid straight eight = >250 hp (in the '30s!). . . + red-on-red . . .



    . . . 'duesie,' indeed


    Check-out those covers over the retracted side-widows --- no 'felts,' here . . . polished stainless + piano hinges



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  6. #16

    More LeMay . . .

    Interesting way the building + collection are arranged

    Reminds me of a plywood quonset hut --- a sorta half-tube structure . . . with the ends covered in glass. The main displays are shoulder-to-shoulder and run down the middle --- kinda cramped, in places = tough to take pics . . . but the outsides have cars, as well, arranged nose-to-tail, more-or-less

    And scattered hither + yon are these little vignettes w/assorted displays + collections . . . Lalique mascottery, anyone?

    Not everything 's my taste, maybe, but --- if I'd had more time . . . I could've easily spent few days crawling around all this stuff



    And there's even a whole 2nd building I never even got to, so . . .






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  7. #17

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . 1918 Cadillac --- used by US Expeditionary Forces in Europe in WW1, one of the few surviving documented US vehicles of that war, and the only known Cadillac used by the USARMY





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  8. #18

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . Allard K3


    One of 62






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  9. #19

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . Ferrari --- 250 GTE?

    Looks like a pretty big car --- for a little 200 CID V12 to push around




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  10. #20

    More LeMay . . .

    . . . Lancia B20

    2-ltr/120 CID V6 = 75-110 hp . . . depending the variant

    Always liked these. Not exactly beautiful but beautifully finished + detailed w/lovely interiors

    So how come so many old Italian cars are RHD when Italy has right-side traffic?

    And I wonder what these 're like to drive?

    Anybody?




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