Any confirmed info on the origin of the different Racing Stripes? - Page 2 - Ford Mustang Forum
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We're talking about vehicles, not clay and animals... lol
I appreciated the historical context even if it was drowned in sarcasm.


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Chrysler didn't "invent" the hemi , they just copied the design. MANY European engines , Aircraft engines ,and American cylinder head conversions like the Frontenac and Duntov s were all "opposing valve , pentroof " designs. Chrysler was the first American "production" car to use the design.
Actually the first production car with a Hemi was a DeSoto not Chrysler. However Chrysler eventually bougt Desoto.

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We're talking about vehicles, not clay and animals... lol
So am I. I am just tracing the roots of the stripes on cars farther back than you did, that doesn't make it less relevant. Before there were stripes on cars they were in other places and then just copied to a cars paint, but the stripes did not originate at the same time as the paint scheme did, they were remembered from previous encounters and thought to look good on a car. Private citizens put stripes on cars before any manufacturer did it.
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