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Good morning, old sport! Last Saturday was a fine, if a bit windy, day at the races. I enjoy frequenting Great Meadow, because some spectacular cars always turn out for race day. Have a gander.

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First off, as you might have guessed, this 1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III:

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Bentley S1:

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Mercedes-Benz 280 SE:

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A more modern Phantom for you kids today:

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A decidedly more plebeian Maserati Quattroporte:

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Peeking out here we have a Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow:

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Jaguar XKE:

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1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith:

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1932 Pontiac 6 Coupe:

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One of a few modern Bentleys that showed up. I’m partial to the Flying Spur body style:

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And a few parting shots of hood ornaments:

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