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Old Dec 22, 2017, 1:21 PM   #1
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Only 51 were made. Photos masked in Photoshop.
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Old Dec 22, 2017, 6:54 PM   #2
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I enjoyed the movie Tucker with Jeff Bridges.
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Old Dec 25, 2017, 3:20 AM   #3
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No doubt about it (at least to me) that you have a knack for advertising.

It is interesting that the concept of aerodynamic rounded surfaces was employed on that auto as the reason early autos were boxy was because it was difficult and expensive to manufacture (ie, mass produce) rounded metal surfaces. It is probably one of the reasons (ie, difficulty to economically mass produce) why there were so few made (ie, they were necessarily custom manufactured/handcrafted).

One thing in the collage that caught my eye (and is once in a while something I personally have to contend with) is when (or how much) to "cheat" when photoShop-ing. In this case, the white antenna tip on the front view initially appears like a defect in the photo. (One has to do a double or triple take to see what's going on.) The problem here is with minutia artifact detracting/competing against an overall pristine look/presentation. I probably would have eliminated/truncated the white antenna terminator.
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