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In today’s SIA Flashback, Langworth mentions Brooks Stevens’s Excalibur neoclassic, one of which just so happened to recently pop up on Hemmings.com. This 1982 Excalibur Series IV also just so happens to come from the same year of Langworth’s SIA article. From the seller’s description:
Finished in classic and desired Arctic White and Deep Red leather interior and White power convertible and hardtop. This exquisite motorcar has had just 2 owners from new and driven less than 8,100 miles. Options include: factory air conditioning, optional padded hardtop, soft boot, fully powered rumble seat and convertible top, complete GM drive train (including Corvette posi rear differential), Corvette 4-wheel disc brakes and suspension, tilt/telescopic wheel and optional 30-gallon gas tank. This magnificent motorcar is one of only 60 built and one of less than 10 known to remain in the U.S. These highly collectible Excalibur roadsters have been bought up by other worldwide buyers because of the favorable exchange rate, and are being shipped out of the country. Fewer and fewer of these rare examples are still available in this country. We are proud to offer what we believe to be the very best, lowest mile Excalibur in existence.
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