September 30, 2018 – North of Atlanta, Georgia
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Mon May 21st, 2018
Mystery Monday!Can you guess the make, model and year of our mystery car? The 1st correct guess will be put into a monthly drawing for a chance to win a ticket to the 2018 Atlanta Concours D’ Elegance show! Last week’s winner was Steven Ypma who correctly guessed our Mystery car as a 1911 Stafford.This week’s clue: This concept car was built for a Turin Motor Show in Italy over 60 years ago! Powered by an OSCA engine its claimed top speed was over 135 mph!And remember, tickets are now on sale for The Atlanta Concours d’Elegance! checkout the website for details! … See MoreSee Less
Mon May 14th, 2018
Can you guess the make, model and year of our mystery car? The 1st correct guess will be put into a monthly drawing for a chance to win a ticket to the 2018 Atlanta Concours D’ Elegance show! Last week’s MM winner was Raul Rodriguez who correctly guessed our Mystery car as a 1941 Cadillac Convertible.This week’s clue: This long forgotten American manufacturer built sedans, cabriolets and the occasional race car. There is a very interesting political story that goes with the brand of this rarity from America’s heartland. Can you name this automobile’s constructor? Bonus points if you know where it was built. … See MoreSee Less
1911 Stafford Speedster. Last time I read about it years ago it was Georgia owned if i remember correctly.
Terry Stafford built his cars in Kansas City from 1908-15 after leaving the Smith Automobile Co. in Topeka. One was owned by President Harry S Truman. The badge F.A.R.T.S. is actually “Friends of Ancient Road Transportation“. Anyone know why the radiator badge seems to read SM? Are we going to see this car at the Concours in the brass era class?