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1936 Stout Scarab ... DieselPunk & Lord K - "The Stout Scarab was an aerodynamic masterpiece that featured a rear-engine layout, flow through ventilation, concealed running boards, and modular seating. Not only did it have a unit construction body made out of light aluminum, it featured the famous Ford flathead V8 engine placed at the rear driving the rear wheels via a Stout-built three-speed manual transaxle. It has a 135-inch wheelbase, 4-wheel independent coil spring suspension, and the most spacious cabin of any American car as the result of no running boards and no drive shaft tube. ..." more:
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D Canty
Nice color and very sleek. Beautiful design and classic areodynamics without the aid of modern computer modeling and specialized degrees.
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