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  1. Sarah
    Sarah at |

    What a great old memories.. the excellent collection.;

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  2. AD
    AD at |

    Before ford Model, cars prior to mass production were luxury items, so it’s no wonder an early Rolls- Royce can fetch such a price.

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  3. Nikhil
    Nikhil at |

    #9. Never heard of a car called “ferdinand”. But heard of “porsche”.

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  4. Sarah
    Sarah at |

    The style of Ferrari is awesome, wish to get it so sweet Car.

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  5. sandel712
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    Item 6

    “Also, they spelled special with a “z.” ”

    Well..
    Yepp. That’s the german spelling of “special”…

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  6. RoboChef
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    The Ford Model T was produced from late 1908 to late 1925, so you probably couldn’t have had one before 1905… Yes, Henry Ford pioneered the mass production of automobiles, but wanted to “build a car for the great multitudes”. The cars prior to mass production were luxury items, so it’s no wonder an early Rolls- Royce can fetch such a price.

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  7. Little_Sam
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    How about the 1928 Porter? Only two were ever made. I hope someone on this site is old enough to catch my joke!

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