Speedster Motorcars. USA, 1979 -
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Speedster Motorcars has been building Auburn Boattail Speedster Replica's in Florida for over 25 years and has the most knowledge and experience in the industry when it comes to this classic car.

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The knowledge of the building process, strict attention to detail and deep desire to stay true to the original has enabled Speedster to develop two new lines of automobiles including the GW Coupe and the Z-Series. The new GW Coupe is molded after the 1955 Mercedes 300SL coupe with its famous "Gullwing" doors. Unveiled in 2005, the Z-Series is inspired by the 1939 Lincoln Zephyr and is offered in both a coupe and convertible model. The success of the Z-Series line has already prompted Speedster to roll out a Custom Edition line and Limited Edition Package with Bourget Bike Works.

Speedster works personally with each of its customers and assures them of a unique motoring experience. Every vehicle comes in a variety of colors and can be further customized to the client's particular desires and needs.

Speedster is an affiliate of Obsidian Enterprises, a private holding company headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Obsidian invests in small- and mid-cap companies in basic industries such as manufacturing and transportation.

Speedster Motorcars produces replicas of the Auburn Boattail Speedster, Lincoln Zephyr and Mercedes 300SL Coupe and is not in any way affiliated with the original Auburn Manufacturing Company, Ford Motor Company or DaimlerChrysler.

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