*Veritas (latin) = “Truth”. Mr. Magnus from Sweden was inspired by this Veritas for sale two years ago, to tell us the story of his father and his Veritas back in the fifties (see photo above). What’s puzzling is that the car had different characteristics from any other Veritas known, like it was a kind of… Read More What’s the Veritas*?
Veritas was an automobile company founded by Ernst Loof, Georg Meier and Lorenz Dietrich who initially re-built and tuned pre-war BMW 328 cars using components supplied by a customer, turning them into BMW-Veritas cars: basically every Veritas until 1950 was based on BMW chassis and engine. The coachwork was then committed to Hermann Spohn, an… Read More Monkfish face: 1950 Veritas Saturn-Scorpion by Spohn
This car has been built in 1950 – starting from a 1946 Mercury chassis – by Lloyd Templeton and his sons. It’s also known as “Bob Hope Special” because it was supposed to have been used in a film with Bob Hope, a film which remained a project. This car was also shown at the third… Read More Expensive Hope: 1946 Mercury Templeton Saturn