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* Dr. Hypercube (via BibliOdyssey) shot this one over to us: François de Dardel has gone through a number of Tintin volumes, picked out the cars and trucks shown in them, and tried his hand at identifying them all. For a comic style, Hergé sure seemed intent on reproducing vehicles fairly accurately.
* Thought the Fiat Jolly was the only type of beach car built over the years? CoolBeachCars.com can fill you in on some of the rest that have been built in that style.
* Over on Marque1.com, Philip reviews “Traumgaragen,” a book of German dream garages.
* Over on the H.A.M.B., Deuce3wCpe presented the excellent story of Henry Harnish, the 15-year-old boy who would meet Stirling Moss on his way to becoming the 1962 Aurora slot car champion and winning a new 1962 Ford Thunderbird.
* Finally, if you’ve been digging the March Military Campaign so far, then clear your afternoon schedule and page through the Military Automobiles Pics post over on MilitaryPhotos.net. Above, the Belarus-built MKZT-79221 16×16 vehicle. What does it do? Exudes pure awesomeness, that’s what.