#174 1938 Phantom Corsair! From National Auto Museum to Inaugural Las Vegas Concours!


Ahead of It’s Time

Cast as the “Flying Wombat” in the 1938 movie Young in Heart, the 38′ Phantom Corsair was way ahead of it’s time as an incredibly sophisticated rolling work of art and style. Match that spectacular vehicle with 200 other gorgeous time pieces of vehicle variety at the very first Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance bit.ly/LasVegasConcours and you have a recipe for one of the premiere car shows in the country.

The Harrah Collection

On loan from the National Automobile Museum, based out of Reno Nevada, http://bit.ly/NationalCarMuseumReno the 1938 Phantom Corsair, along with over 200 eye popping cars, most from the collection of the late casino owner William F. Harrah, and why the museum is sometimes referred to as The Harrah Collection. The museum has authentic street scenes and sounds truly takes you back in time to a special era of automobile manufacturing and styling. Named in the ‘Top Ten Museums’ by Car Collector magazine.

We are honored to have both Jay Hubbard, the museum’s collection manager, and Stuart Sobek, involved in the car collector world for more than 31 years and now chairman of the Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance. on the show!

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