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FAUN

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Faun (Fahrzeugfabriken Ansbach und Nurnberg) began truck production in 1918 in Germany.

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BRANDT

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Jules Brandt revealed the "Reine 1950" at the 1948 Paris Salon.

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MAZ

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Minski Autamabilny Zavod (MAZ) is a state-run automotive manufacturer association in Belarus, one of the largest in Eastern Europe.

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MOON

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At the age of 21, Joseph W. Moon headed to St. Louis, Missouri with his horse and began working in the buggy industry. While attending a buggy convention in 1902 in Detroit, Joseph Moon's interest in automobiles began.

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LINDSLEY

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The Lindsley car was made by J.V. Lindsley & Company in Dowagiac, Michigan.

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DORRIS

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The Dorris Motor Car Company was located in St. Loius, Missouri, USA.

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SENECHAL

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Robert Sénéchal built sports cars in a workshop in Courbevoie from 1921 to 1929 and often drove them in races.

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SCOUT

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Scout Motors Inc. established the brand’s online presence for the first time by launching its website, social media, and brand-owned community forum.

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ROLLAND-PILAIN

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Rolland-Pilain was a French car maker established in 1905 by François Rolland and Émile Pilain.

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PILAIN

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Founder Francois Pilain began in 1893 and was the uncle of Emile Pilain who later founded the Rolland Pilain in Tours.

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    A very short and quick recap of H4 headlights ring on my 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 and the unexpected color matching struggles.

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    A very short and quick recap of H4 headlights and trim on my 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2

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  • The first V8

    Léon Levavasseur, born in France on January 8, 1863 was an engineer, aircraft designer and inventor. His innovations included the V8 engine (patented in 1908), direct fuel injection, and liquid engine cooling. Primarily associated with the Antoinette company (named after his investor - Jules Gastambide's daughter.

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    A quick recap of a few minor interior improvements on a 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2.

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    The Porsche 924, 944, and 968 were never meant to be Porsches. This lineup started as a consulting gig for Volkswagen, code named EA425. Which was to be sold as an Audi or VW.

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