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Overview

Excalibur is probably the longest running of the makers of neo-classic cars.  The marque was founded by the renowned designer Brooks Stevens who was responsible for designing the Jeep Station Car in 1948 among other projects.  In 1964, with his two sons, he built a car that closely resembled the Mercedes SSK of the 1920s.

Models produced by Excalibur

Royale

1986-0

Series I

1965-1969

Series II

Series II

1970-1974

Series III

Series III

1975-1979

Series IV

Series IV

1980-1986

Series V

1987-1990

SS Phaeton

SS Phaeton

1964-1968

SSK

1964-1966

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