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So our "Daily Digest" Newsletter format is launched - just two newsletters have been delivered to you in this new format each covering 4-5 stories.  Today is the third new digest e-mail, and I hope you find this new format more enjoyable.  You can now read several stories that we post each week at your convenience.  These stories are shown below.

While the number of e-mails to you may have been reduced, the quantity of new stories have not.  New stories are still appearing on the website nearly every day.  So if you can't get enough of Undiscovered Classics, be sure to visit the home page of our website each day to check out our "Most Recent Stories."  

By the way...you'll see that our forever changing website banners will also be changing on our e-mail digest to you too.  The banner we used in last week's e-mail was the Shark Roadster.  Today's e-mail banner features the Siebler Special.  The next e-mail will feature a different car in the banner but something you've seen on our website so we try and keep the variety interesting for you.

In Today's Digest:

Today's Digest features the five most recent stories on our website shown below.  These include a story on a rare sectioned Shoebox Ford, a Byers SR-100 that made a spectacular debut at a California Concours, a historic piece on Almquist including a book Ed Almquist wrote, the finding of the "Vivant" and the best re-bodied Porsche 914 I've ever seen.

We also introduce two new authors to our Undiscovered Classics audience:  John Mellberg of Milwaukee, Wisconsin who manages the Rare Component Cars Facebook page and group.  Also we are introducing Luis Alarcos from Alarcos Cars in Valladolid, Spain - one of our overseas correspondents who we are excited to have with us too.  Please welcome these individuals to our team and hope you enjoy their first stories with us - posted this week for your review.



Geoff  Hacker
Undiscovered  Classics

New  Stories
Thursday  July  23,  2020
Above: Jim Scudder Behind the Wheel at "Dawn Patrol" at the 2019 La Jolla Concours d'Elegance
Click  Here To Read: 1959 Thomas White Byers SR-100 - Jim Scudder's First Undiscovered Classic
Above: Ed Almquist Started One of the Earliest Speed Shops in 1946
Click  Here To Read: Hot Rod Pioneers by Ed Almquist - A Great Addition to Any Library
Above: If you like the story of the 1965 Vivant We Helped Identify, You'll Enjoy The Hunt For Herb Adams "Other" Missing Car
Click  Here To Read: Finding Herb Adams "Vivant" - And Another Lost Adams Car
Above: The 1971 Hispano-Aleman Vizcaya Sports Car - Styled By Frua
Click  Here To Read: 1971 Porsche 914/6 Hispano-Aleman Vizcaya by Frua

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