1 of only 5 ever built with the Stroud Y alloy head. Cream convertible Panther Kallista (1986) stunning car,a real head turner! 1923 Phelon & Moore 555cc Sport (1 of 4 left in the world) One of the rarest motorcycles of the world.
"The name Curles is derived from the "Curles or meanders in the James River", which defines the broad flat peninsula known as Curles Neck.
Beautiful Panther Kallista 2.8 with leather seats (1989) This car is a real eye-catcher.
Reconditioned radiator 2 1953 PANTHER Mk3 STROUD 1953 Panther Mk3.
The first Curles patent was recorded in November of 1635 when a tract of 750 acres land commonly known as Longfield was granted to Captain Thomas Harris, 100 acres of which was due him as an Ancient planter & adventurer in the time of Sir Thomas Dale.
Of particular interest are the ruins found during the excavations at Curles Neck in eastern Henrico along the James.