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recognised vertically. There were two 20hps at the Brooklands meeting. It wasn’t until after World War Two that Rolls- Royce produced a factory-bodied car so all those on display at the Brooklands gathering were individual examples of the coach-maker’s art. A 1913 Ghost sporting a body built by Paris carrosserie Saoutchik stood out amongst the mostly British-styled cars. In some ways, an example in salmon-pink was the most flamboyant car of the day, albeit with soberly styled coachwork, and there was also a yellow Rolls-Royce, but not the one from the 1960s film starring Rex Harrison.


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Rolls-Royce Spirit of Ecstasy (Gareth Tarr).


Plymouth Superbird (Tim Morris). T


he Chrysler Corporation is responsible for several makes of US muscle machinery – Plymouth, Desoto, Dodge and Chrysler itself. Legendary names like the Plymouth Barracuda or simply the ‘cuda’, or the winged super-bird stylised as ‘King’ in Disney’s Cars movie. The Dodge Charger painted orange with a southern


Plymouth Satellite (Tim Morris).


flag driven by them good ‘ole’ boys in the Dukes of Hazzard or through the streets of San Francisco in Bullitt. There are plenty of iconic references to Mopar cars throughout the movie world, the Dodge Challenger in the Fast & Furious series is a more recent example. Giant cars, huge engines, gleaming chrome, acres of leather and outrageous


Around the newly-painted Shell petrol pumps (Tim Morris).


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