OK, motorheads, here’s something you don’t see every day . . . especially in rural California: a mid-1950s British Armstrong Siddeley Saphire 346 Limousine. Found under a filthy tarp, in an old hangar, at a privately owned WWII training airport. Yes, that hood ornament is a winged Sphinx with jet engines: Siddeley was best known as an aircraft engine manufacturer for Hawker and Bristol. Who knew they made limousines too?
Totally dark space, Protomachine flashlight set to white and purple.