Thursday, September 18, 2014

1914 Rauch and Lang Electric Brougham








This regal 1914 Brougham was built during the glory days of the electric car, and is perhaps the finest example of the luxurious Rauch & Lang Brougham. It is elegantly upholstered in plush red velvet and comfortably seats four and has remarkable all-around visibility for passengers and the driver, who, incidentally, control the car from a rear seat. With tiller steering, it was not that easy to maneuver at speeds above 30 mph.

 text from http://www.conceptcarz.com/events/eventVehicle.aspx?carID=13392&eventID=157&catID=1146

This Suzuki has a moving cover for the gauges, I've never seen that before!




two record players were in cars at the Palos Verdes Concours, and fortunately, one was closed, and the other playing so I can show you both modes



Nice 1960's upholstery

 




Baby Got Class

this may be created just in an attempt to make a video go viral... but it's funny anyway



I laugh the most at her taping the bottle to the side mirror.

Found on http://gentlemint.com/

3d printing and classic lettering (like sign painters and pinstripers create) makes a cool Aston Martin logo