At the Bonhams auction in February in Paris a number of advertising
cars developed for the Tour de France were offered for auction.
Here is a link to one of them, which will get you to the auction
On Mar 28, 2009, at 10:23 AM, Dave Porter wrote:
> There are quite a few "vintage" team cars on Facebook photo sites.
> with the Bill Woodul fan club
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> Subject: [CR] Bentleys, Bikes and team cars
> A few years ago I was lucky enough to be a guest at Donnington Park
> the chance to ride around in a 1920's 4.5 liter Bentley. It was
> . Nothing like your R-type, but still pretty cool.
> Maybe Lord March will catch on with the Cars and Bikes bit and a
> bring a
> vintage bike racing class to Goodwood sometime. I bet it would be a
> hit. And cheaper to ship a bike then a car. When you consider
> all t
> he drivers that raced bikes, including, maybe the greatest early
> American d
> river, Barney Oldfield, there is a real historical connection. He got
> s start racing bikes on the track.
> Does anyone have any idea what ever happened to the vintage cycling
> pport cars?
> They have to be somewhere. Maybe not. Would love some photos of
> if anyone has them.
> Cheers. Jim
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