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1974 Fascination 2DR Sedan

    The Fascination was created by Paul M. Lewis, the creator of the Airomobile, currently on display in the National Automobile Museum in Reno, NV (The Harrah Collection). The first Fascination was built in the late 1960s in Denver, Colorado. Three cars were built in Sidney, Nebraska; the first Sidney car, powered by a four-cylinder Renault engine, is the one here on display. True to its name, passersby, and onlookers cannot help but be fascinated. It looks like a three-wheeler, but the front spindle has two tires like on an airplane.

    A total of five cars were built; all have survived and are owned by two individuals.

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