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1969 Volkswagen Dune Buggy Scooby met Speed Buggy in his feverish dream depicting a fantasy of the Mystery Solvers Club State Finals. Lord Infernicus captured everyone except the sidekicks. Guinea pigs appeared wearing identical outfits to each of their human friends. Speed Buggy, Angel, and Principal Quinlan destroyed the connecting area so Infernicus wouldn't find them, however, Infernicus al...
1969 Volkswagen Dune Buggy Scooby met Speed Buggy in his feverish dream depicting a fantasy of the Mystery Solvers Club State Finals. Lord Infernicus captured everyone except the sidekicks. Guinea pigs appeared wearing identical outfits to each of their human friends. Speed Buggy, Angel, and Principal Quinlan destroyed the connecting area so Infernicus wouldn't find them, however, Infernicus al...
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1919 Ford Model T Touring NO TITLE-SOLD ON A BILL OF SALE ONLY The Model T came in many configurations including a sedan, sportster, four door, pickup truck and whatever else Henry could build you upon your request. The early days of the blue oval were interesting, with Henry holding on tight to the corporate reigns and squeezing as much out of that Model T design chassis as he could. Legend ha...
over a month agoElverson, PA+20 milesVacation RentalsOfferedReport Listing
A wonderful weekend adventure awaits you in the charming, historically preserved, tiny hamlet of Saint Peter's Village. Originally a late 19th century industrial company town for an iron mine and black granite quarry and now a destination for those looking for something out of the ordinary. Perfect for a short solo, friends or romantic getaway or longer term writer, artist or contemplative well...
1902 Studebaker Electric Studebaker formally began production in earnest in 1902, and the company chose battery-powered electric vehicles because they were clean, easily recharged, and worked well in urban centers without need of refueling depots (gas stations). Studebaker Electrics were available in a variety of body styles, many of which mimicked the bodies that it had long produced for its l...
over a month agoCoatesville, PA+15 milesVacation RentalsOfferedReport Listing
Located in the Heart of Amish country, surrounded by Amish dairy, corn, wheat, and tobacco farms, with Amish buggies passing by frequently. You will be enjoying a property with a bedroom, kitchenette, and separate Living Room area, and beautiful sunset views. Self check-in via smart lock at entrance. Driveway and street parking available. Conveniently located between Lancaster and King of Pruss...
over a month agoCoatesville, PA+15 milesVacation RentalsOfferedReport Listing
The Pennsylvania Farmhouse was built in 1732 and seamlessly blends its historic charm with modern conveniences. Downstairs you will find plenty of space for entertaining. A living room with fireplace, TV room with Netflix, Game Room with a diverse game selection, dining area and kitchen. There are two bathrooms, both upstairs, along with three bedrooms (one room with crib) and a library. Wifi i...
1898 Daimler Truck "The Machine" designed as a successor to the first truck of 1896 was intended as a replacement for the horse drawn delivery wagons carrying beer and other goods to outlying areas. Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach worked together to produce a horseless delivery vehicle, a faster way to get products to market, and definitely keep the beer cold! One day two "time traveling" ...
1898 Daimler Truck ""The Machine"" designed as a successor to the first truck of 1896 was intended as a replacement for the horse drawn delivery wagons carrying beer and other goods to outlying areas. Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach worked together to produce a horseless delivery vehicle, a faster way to get products to market, and definitely keep the beer cold! One day two ""time travelin...
1964 Shelby 289 Cobra Even before he started racing professionally and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Carroll Shelby had a dream of building sports cars under his own name. In 1961, he got the news that AC Cars from England would stop production of their AC Ace model since the Bristol six-cylinder engines weren't available anymore. True entrepreneur at heart, Shelby realized that the light and ni...
1964 Shelby 289 Cobra Even before he started racing professionally and won the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Carroll Shelby had a dream of building sports cars under his own name. In 1961, he got the news that AC Cars from England would stop production of their AC Ace model since the Bristol six-cylinder engines weren't available anymore. True entrepreneur at heart, Shelby realized that the light and ni...
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