Great news gang. One of my favorite postwar sports cars, the 1948 Timbs Streamliner, will begin the restoration and rebuilding process in the near future. Great friends Gary and Diane Cerveny, owners of the Timbs Streamliner lost this and many other special cars and memories back in the Malibu, California fire several years ago. Putting the plan together to bring this car back for all to enjoy has already been – and will continue to be – a multi-year project. But the good news is that all is in place and restoration will begin soon. I can’t wait to see the finished car again on the show fields for all to enjoy.
To celebrate the beginning of this project, I asked and received permission to share the “Judge’s Book” especially prepared by the Cerveny’s for the 2010 debut of the Timbs Streamliner at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. With a bit of pushing and prodding of the ole computer keys, we were able to bring this book to you now in online form. All 84 pages of it. So let’s not delay and get those of you who want to begin reading the book and viewing the history of the Timbs Streamliner on their “forward march.”
Here at Undiscovered Classics, we’re bringing more books online with each passing month. We’re also highlighting books that are available in print form only and that can be purchased – authored by friends of Undiscovered Classics about special and rare cars – our favorite topic.
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The adventure continues here at Undiscovered Classics.