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The tricked-out 1917 Majestic lived up to its name, but was doomed to fail | Hagerty Media

Considering the era in which it was built, the 1917 Majestic was appropriately named. There was nothing quite like it; the automobile was so regal that it offered features rarely seen on four wheels. However, as political tension rose and the U.S.
https://www.hagerty.com/media/car-profiles/the-tricked-out-1917-majestic-lived-up-to-its-name-but-wa...
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Swimdom
Pit Crew

Interesting article. However, I see no correlation between a 1917 failed motor vehicle company and World War Two twenty years later.
drhino
Technician

Yep. Looks like one too many “I’s” were included.
Zephyr
Instructor

The car was obviously aimmed at the rich since it appears that it couldn't be driven in anything other than perfect weather.