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It doesn’t matter if you are moving to another part of the country or visiting a classic car show, chances are that you won’t drive your vintage car. With every mile adding up, not to mention the risk of accident or maintenance issues, driving your classic car is a risky affair. No matter how much you enjoy inspiring awe with the old Detroit V8 rumble, transporting a vintage car is always a better alternative. Whichever option you choose, there are things you should know…Continue
Resilient rubber compound, steel belts and the air inside – for most of us that’s what tyres are all about. While it might have been the case decades ago, today’s tyre manufacturers are pushing the boundaries of the design, building entirely new concepts. Let’s look at what has changed and how modern tyres have evolved through time.…Continue
To the Crossle Owners forum,
Jim Meder passed away in December of last year, His Crossle 14F C14F/69/41 is up for sale from his estate. The car was raced only by Jim and was purchased from Roger Barr when he was the Crossle dealer our of Glastonbury Connecticut. The car has been a piece of art work on Jim's living room wall for many years and is in great shape.
This car was the second 14F produced. There is a total of three. The 14F car was the follow on car to…Continue