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Retrofuturist movie stuff? Not at all!
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This splendid coach was built by Thomas Harrington & Sons of Hove, East Sussex, in 1950. A decidedly 'prewar' streamline design on a loyal AEC Regal III platform.
(by wheelsnwings2007/Mike @ Flickr)

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Lymers' streamliner is not the only survivor of the Harrington/AEC streamliner series. Another "airbreaker" is Bevan Bros. KDD 38. Here it is in October 1993:

(by Ian R. Simpson @ Flickr)

... and 16 years after:

(by lenmidgham @ Flickr)

Bright dorsal fin is spectacular:

Transport Illustrated)

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Comment by lord_k on January 30, 2011 at 9:31am
Flxible Clipper has been already featured here (and will be restored in its full glory), and the Golden Coach is always around.
Comment by Pilsner Panther on January 30, 2011 at 9:00am
Lord K, now you'll have to add some stylish American buses here. I'm no expert on them, but there were some really nice Greyhound and Trailways streamlined bus designs. Also, many of the Greyhound stations in the larger cities were minor Art Deco masterpieces.
Comment by Anthony Stevens on January 29, 2011 at 7:00pm

Lovely! A functional work of art.

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