As promised earlier, I’ll show “more” and talk “less” about each of the cars that appeared at the Milwaukee Masterpiece Concours d’ Elegance on August 28th, 2011. Click here to read more about the success of vintage ‘glass at the Milwaukee Masterpiece.
Today’s story features Clark Mitchell’s “Almquist Sportster. ” Clark is one of the “big guns” in vintage ‘glass, gang. He and Harry Heim are the ones who created the very first “Clearfield Plastics” car which subsequently was used as the prototype car to build and expand Ed Almquist’s empire of fiberglass bodies. Here’s what was shown in the program about Clark’s car:
And now…the pictures!
Hope you enjoyed the pictures, and until next time…
Glass on gang…
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