Mystery L29 Special

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14 Dec 2010 19:36 #18778 by alsancle
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Anyone know anything about this?

found here: http://byricardomarcenaro.blogspot.com/ ... os_21.html

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14 Dec 2010 21:35 #18779 by K Clark
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Nope! nothing about this car...
Looks like something in progress, no steering wheel,no fire wall, no gauges,no windshield.
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14 Dec 2010 23:37 #18780 by
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This photo and another of the car exist in the L29 Brockman gallery. I believe it was a Canadian car.

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15 Dec 2010 03:07 #18782 by alsancle
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I thought I saw it somewhere else. The picture I posted is in there along with this one. Thanks!

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15 Dec 2010 04:22 #18784 by mikespeed35
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There are three more poor photos of this car in the Brockman collection. They are probably missplaced under Auburn etc. Look for the license plate 1504J. Two of them are from Jack Morton and another J.J. Gray Lethbridge Alberta. All three of these photos look as though the car was being raced at the time.
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15 Dec 2010 15:10 #18787 by alsancle
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While we are on the subject of L29 Specials this was also in the collection. Is it an Auburn coupe categorized incorrectly or a special bodied Cord?



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