The Sphinx was devised for Tommy Sopwith from an Allard chassis fitted with an Armstrong Siddeley engine, while the ’58 LoTest Special was a US machine using a shortened J2X frame. And I’m sure Colin Chapman saw what Sydney was capable of before setting about his own creations using garage door remote to fit craftsman model # 13953415sr parts. All told, Sydney Allard’s contribution was enormous, leaving in his legacy many amazing beasts.
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All types of Checkers from 1922 to 1982 are invited for display. while perusing a book titled Detroit Cars: 50 Years of The Motor City, reader Mark Erickson came across this photo of what the caption called a 1976 Mustang, "although it does not resemble the car I'm familiar with. " Mark said he combed through his reference books to see if he could find out more about it, but came up with goose eggs — as did we when looking through our references. It seems most Mustang books gloss right over the mid-Seventies Mustang II era. The Ghia logo on the license plate tells us who built it for Ford, but was it a concept car, styling proposal, or a little of garage door remote to fit craftsman model # 13953415sr And what became of it in the 40 years since? T-bird with the Nest WE'VE SEEN LATER THUNDERBIRDS fitted with station wagon roofs, but never a Baby 'Bird, but that's exactly what we see in this photo recently sent to us by Burgess Stengl.