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Harley Cluxton the III is the Founder of Grand Touring Cars in Phoenix, Arizona. Back in 1972, Harley incorporated his business and became the youngest owner of a Ferrari authorized dealer at the age of 26. Then in 1973 he was awarded the Lamborghini dealer for the Western United States. In 1976 he purchased the Mirage racing team from Gulf Oil and he went on to manufacture, develop, and race the Mirage at tracks around the world including the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The company went on to restore, race prepare, and sell significantly important race cars with serious historical provenance. Through the years his reputation grew and he expanded to consulting. Today he and his team continue to provide discreet, personal attention to his customers through sales, acquisitions, comprehensive restorations, and expert valuations.

SHOW SPONSORS  

Covercraft

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Christopher Kimball Financial Services

SUCCESS QUOTE 

“Be true to your school.” – Brian Wilson

CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES 

While in college Harley had a huge argument with his father and was cut off financially requiring him to find a way to finish college and begin his career. 

AH HA MOMENT

Realizing that he could drive old racing cars on the street.

FIRST SPECIAL VEHICLE

A 1964 Jaguar XKE Convertible

BEST AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE

Listen to your heart.  

RESOURCES

Study history.

BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

The Mudge Pond Express by Sam Posey

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

Identify your passion and your love and make that your vocation.

WHERE TO FIND HARLEY

Grand Touring Cars

 

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