These cars made for quail hunting make a custom Rolls-Royce look tame


Much as the landed aristocracy of Europe traditionally commanded stables of thoroughbreds and packs of highly trained dogs to assist in their hunting parties through the forests of England, Germany, and France, so too did American hunters once enlist the assistance of their own trusty steeds. Over here, however, faced with ranches and game parks spanning hundreds of thousands of acres, mechanical means eventually took over as more suitable and practical form of transportation than mere horseback.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/03/20/quail-hunting-cars-at-amelia-island


I don’t hunt often, but when I do…I prefer to come out of the sun from Angels 8 screaming-down in my custom A-10 Warthog with ‘ripper-zipper’ nose-gun and missiles. Submitted by Gen. Buck T.
“Gentlemen, you can’t fight here. This’s the War Room!”
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