Thank You Bruce Meyers

A surprising thing happened, a VW based kit car made the new and much touted National Register of Historic Vehicles. The National Register of Historic Vehicles is a newly formed organization that honors a vehicle for being important in 4 categories: association with historic American events, association with historic American figures, importance in design or construction value, finally important informational value. The first car to receive this honor was The Simeone Museum’s Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe, a few weeks later the remaining 2014 inductees were named and Bruce Meyers and his original Mono-coque Manx was the second car named following the Daytona Coupe. This award is sponsored by the Historic Vehicle Association and the US Department of the Interior. The official story can be found here. https://www.historicvehicle.org/News/Articles/All-Articles/2014/03/13/5-Things-Every-Manx-Owner-Should-Know

(Manxs and Manx inspired Dune Buggies at Carlisle 2012)

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2 Responses

  1. Jim says:

    Hi, Nice write up on Bruce’s induction. Please note that his last name is spelled Meyers and the car is a Manx. Thanks

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