Don’t Call it a Kit Car

Some of you might be familiar with the Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale.

By Brian Snelson from Hockley, Essex, England - 1967 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale Prototipo, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=4399048
Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale Prototipo

I’ll bet most of you aren’t. That’s a shame, it’s been called one of the most beautiful cars in the world. But it’s also understandable since only a handful were made and they cost a small fortune. Considered the first “supercar” ever produced, the V8-powered Stradale was a street legal race car clad in an aluminum and plexiglass bodywork. Imagine witnessing one on these on the road in 1967!

Sadly, most of us will never lay eyes on one of the few, rare examples ever produced. But wait— maybe we will! Not necessarily one of the real Italian examples, but an Oklahoma version passionately built incredibly close to the genuine article.

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Finding International Buyers on eBay

If you sell stuff on eBay, and you’re based in the US of A, you most likely don’t offer international shipping. The majority of us have found the ins and outs of sending items across the pond… well, a hassle. Extra paperwork, language barriers, customs, VAT, yada yada. But all that might be a thing of the past with a new service eBay is offering:

Learn More About eBay International Standard Delivery

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Covid Curves

There for a while we heard a lot about “flattening the curve” and how important it was. Most of America managed to meet the goal and avoid swamping hospitals with patients and running out of ventilators. While the death toll is tragic, it’s not as bad as it could have been.

Now we watch the curve of overall cases. Hopefully these will peak, then decline. This is happening in many states, as shown by the graphs at EndCoronavirus.org

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