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One of a kind Centaur

Paul emailed me this pretty cool “one of a kind” car called the Centaur. The auction states it was once owned by William Harrah, of the Harrah Casinos. He brought up the possibility that it could be a very custom Kellison GT 40. I can see the obvious similarities . Can our readers? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1968-Centaur-sport-coupe-PROTOTYPE-William-Harrah-collection-/180856975079?pt=US_Cars_Trucks&hash=item2a1bea6ee7#v4-47  

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The ultimate Aztec 7

Reading one of my favourite car blogs today, I saw this entry which managed to distract me from UFC100 — a post on Hemmings that linked to these pictures of the five thousand pound steam turbine “Barber-Nichols Steamin’ Demon” (currently for sale for a half million), an Aztec 7 kit car converted to break the […]

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VW-Based Can Car

Roger (who sent in the previous two posts) also sent along some photos of his own work (which you can find in more detail at RScancars.com). This is his second car in the series, labeled for promotional work for a local energy drink company in parades, car shows, and other events. It’s all fiberglass (which […]

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Mystery VW Kit Car Project

This mystery modern kit car project was for sale on eBay about two years ago, molds included, so presumably it’s a one-off that was intended for something bigger that never made it. It’s VW-based of course, and is believed to have been originally marketed as the “Scorpion GT”, but other than that nothing is known […]

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Mystery One-Off Eagle Kit Car

I saw an “interesting” mystery kit car on YouTube that was identified there as a “Lamborghini PMA P400” replica, which obviously it isn’t, although it does have Lamborghini badges on it. I’d definitely put this in the category of cars that people have put an incredible amount of work into but have sadly produced something […]

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