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1938 American Bantam Roadster

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Initially founded as the American Austin Car Company in 1929 with factory facilities in Butler, Pennsylvania; they produced their first cars in 1930 with coachwork designed by Alexis de Sakhnoffsky and is frequently described as adorable and cute. The cars garnered plenty of attention with celebrity owners such as Al Jolson, Ernest Hemmingway and Buster Keaton. Our Gang loved the car, as did cartoonists and radio comedians. When Walt Disney penned a car for Donald Duck, it was inspired by the Bantam Roadster..

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