108-Year-Old Car Is One Wild Ride

Richard Scaldwell has a 1914 GN running a prototype air-cooled aero engine which JAP built in 1908. GN was a British car company operating between 1910 and 1925, set up by H.R. Godfrey and Archibald Frazer-Nash, while J. A. Prestwich and Company built the engine for Alliot Verdon Roe’s 1909 triplane, which is regarded to be the first all-British aircraft. Now put those together and what you get is one badass ride!

Now watch it whip around the turns at the 2010 Prescott Speed Hill Climb!

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