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Royal Bug Chassis #41111
Posted by dimaxion on Saturday, August 22, 2015 12:12 PM

 **Corection of details , my source was found after correction from another Modeler . Thanx Sir .. The current Body on this Chassis and final Version of the Royal Chassis 41111 . It was and is known as the Coupe de Napoleon . **Re - Edit Correction ;  IS  the Napoleon Coupe . My mistake .* This Typo 41 series traveled and cruised at 85 MPH without stress . Second gear was used up to speed below 60 MPH . Sound familiar ? Just as a '62 Ferrarri does 250 GTO in second gear ?  In Modern times , seeking the Top end is not a reality . The Tires are not replaceable . Nor are the Cars when wrecked trying to find Top End . Would yopu "FLO BODIT" a car on 70 + years old Tires . The newest set of these is 70+ years old . With documentation from owners of the Past , 125 is a certainty to achieve . The Coupe de Ville Passenger Interior Cloth (IIRC - Silk) I fudged using a Color Printer Copy and two weeks of trial and error . The Chauffeur tolerated an outdoor control space on Blue Leather .   Enjoy .. Questions : just ask .

 

Passenger Interior Cloth (IIRC - Silk) I fudged using a Color Printer Copy and two weeks of trial and error . The Chauffeur tolerated an outdoor control space on Blue Leather .   Enjoy .. Questions : just ask .

 

 

 

 

In 1985 , after a decade of negetiations and arrangements , all 6 were united in one Continent let alone one place at one time ever . Pebbles Beach Concourse de Elagance is the spot , 1985 is the year . A Collector Auto Magazine featured and participated in this event . I had that issue with the Event coverage . I had to give it away . I donated it to Either ACD or natmus Museum in Auburn , In. .  IIRC , I did but the Poster of all 6 at one time the magazine featured . This event never will occur again . My then Teenager Daughter chose to place my Posters in a Damp Place in our leaky Basement . I did thinjk about modifing to  build the last versions of all 6 . I am not a wealthy person so I'll pass . The 7 th was made from Spare Parts / handbui.lding . This #7 was a Feature at a Kuuse Auto Action  early in the Centurty . I have pics of # 7 somewhwere ?? Thanx ..

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