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* This’ll make you want to go back to college: Stanford University will offer a new program studying the automobile in all its cultural, archaeological, aesthetic, technological and social aspects, starting with a symposium held this past week focusing on a 1933 4-1/4-Litre Bentley.
* Over at ForgottenFiberglass, Geoff’s tackling the mystery of this fiberglass-bodied Crosley.
* Jesse, the justacarguy guy, recently spotted the Meteor, a purpose-built pre-war land-speed racer built by Alfred Churchill, at the recent Goodguys Del Mar show.
* Photos of another one-off special, the alternatively named Thompson Special-slash-Glasscock Speedster, based on a 1929 Packard, came to us this week via The Old Motor.
* Finally, over at Speed Hero, discoquinn ran down some of the pre-4Runner Hilux-based SUVs and camper specials. Know of any more? Send ‘em his way!