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‘Fast Brass’ invades the Savoy Automobile Museum



CARTERSVILLE, GEORGIA – Fast Brass is a temporary exhibition featuring vehicles built during the Brass Era (1890s – 1910s), highlighting large motor vehicles decorated with brass trim and brass headlights. During this experimental period in the automotive world, designing the best vehicles was competitive in the marketplace and on the race track. Many cars in the exhibition competed against each other in historic races, including the Vanderbilt Cup and the inaugural Indianapolis 500 race in 1911. 


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