This is the story of four Reuters, blood relatives… but not necessarily to each other. It’s also the story of a father with a mother’s name, a guy with nothing to drive, and a short man who did big things with little cars. Confused?
Cliff Reuter is a forty-something-year-old tennis teacher living in Saint Louis, Missouri. Aside from his wife and son, Cliff’s greatest passion is for the small-displacement Italian cars of the 1940s, ’50s and early ’60s that have collectively come to be known as “etceterini.”
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