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The 1950 Martin Stationette prototype is a wacky, wood-bodied one-off

Earlier this year we made a trip to the Lane Motor Museum, a shrine to many of the unique and outright bizarre creations people have put on wheels and deemed to be a car, truck, boat, plane, or a combination of the sorts.

 

While browsing their collection, one particular manufacturer caught our eye: Martin. Martin went by many names throughout the years (Martin Aeroplane Factory, Martin Development Laboratories, Commonwealth Research Corporation, and Martin Stationette Associates, to name a few), but its cars seemed to have one commonality throughout the years: a focus on aerodynamics.

 

Read the full article on Hagerty.com:

https://www.hagerty.com/media/car-profiles/the-1950-martin-stationette-prototype-is-a-wacky-wood-bod...

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The workmanship and attention to detail make it unique but strangely attractive.  

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