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Hyman Ltd Classic Cars

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1975 ROLLS-ROYCE PHANTOM VI LIMOUSINE Since the end of Silver Ghost production in the late 1920s, the Phantom name has been the reserve of Roll-Royce’s largest, most opulent flagship models. The first post-war Phantom was the highly exclusive Phantom IV, of which Rolls-Royce built just 18 for Royalty and heads of state. ...

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1931 HUDSON GREATER EIGHT BOATTAIL SPEEDSTER Advertised as the “Hudson Greater Eight,” the 1931 Hudsons were offered on the short Series T and long-wheelbase Series U chassis with a wide array of 17 available body styles. Continuing with power supplied by the eight-cylinder engine debuted the previous year, Hudson ...

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1974 JAGUAR E-TYPE ROADSTER A stunning twelve-cylinder XKE benefitting from single family ownership from 1976 to 2021 and showing fewer than 30,000 miles from new. Impeccably restored to concours standards by the highly respected V12 Jaguar specialist, Stew Jones Restorations of Connecticut. Finished in its original, ...

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1964 JAGUAR XKE COUPE In a case of history repeating itself, the 1961 Geneva Motor Show was the site of yet another sensation unveiling by Jaguar. Like it had with the XK120 at the 1948 Earls Court show, Jaguar shocked the motoring world by introducing its latest sports car, the E-Type. Drawing heavily from their multiple ...

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1956 JAGUAR XK140 DROPHEAD COUPE The Jaguar XK140 was introduced in September 1954 for the 1955 model year, building on the positive attributes of the XK120, but with notable improvements. Rack and pinion steering, a more spacious cabin, full-width front, and rear bumpers, improved braking, telescopic shock absorbers, ...

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1970 FERRARI 365 GTB/4 SPYDER Despite increasing pressure from its Italian rivals in the early 70s, Ferrari remained steadfast in its commitment to traditional front-engine V12-powered road cars. When the wild new mid-engine Lamborghini Miura first appeared in 1965, it signaled alarm bells for many at Ferrari, making ...

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2008 ALFA ROMEO 8C COMPETIZIONE COUPE At the 2003 Frankfurt Auto Show, Alfa Romeo unveiled a stunning and evocative new concept car that drew heavily from the company’s vast sporting heritage and tugged on the heartstrings of die-hard Alfisti around the world. The curvaceous two-seat coupe harkened back to a time when ...

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1965 SHELBY GT350 By the time the Ford Mustang made its sensational debut in 1964, Carroll Shelby was well-established within the Ford Motor Company hierarchy. Ford actively pursued all forms of motorsport, from the grassroots to the world stage, and Shelby was their man to get the job done. The Shelby American Racing ...

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1953 JAGUAR XK120 DROPHEAD COUPE Each of the three variants of Jaguar’s XK120 sports car had a unique purpose and character. The Open Two Seater, commonly known as the roadster, was the stripped-down, lithe, and aggressive sports car aimed at the club racer. Alternately, the fixed-head coupe had a more grown-up appeal ...

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1951 BENTLEY CRESTA As Europe resumed business in the wake of World War II, France was understandably reluctant to trade with its former enemies. This fact was none-more true than in the traditionally proud French motor industry, who shut out any vehicles of German or Italian origin from the prestigious Paris Salon in ...

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1951 JAGUAR MKV DROPHEAD COUPE The 1948 London Motor Show was a momentous occasion for Sir William Lyons and his newly re-named Jaguar Cars. The London show was famously the event where the world first saw the sensational new XK120 sports car, with its sublime feline styling and exotic twin-cam engine. Sharing the stand, ...

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1985 FERRARI 400I CONVERTIBLE BY STRAMAN To the casual enthusiast, the name Ferrari conjures images of high-strung exotic sports cars carving up Alpine passes or cruising the streets of dramatic locales like Monaco and Beverly Hills. Yet since the early 1960s, the famous Maranello firm has offered a luxurious, understated ...

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1960 JAGUAR MKII 3.8 LITRE SALOON In 1959, Jaguar substantially updated its successful mid-sized 2.4/3.4-litre sports saloons, renaming the line with the simple moniker: “Mark II.” The unmistakable rounded styling got a slight facelift, resulting in a larger greenhouse and more delicate, chrome-trimmed window frames ...

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2013 ROLLS-ROYCE GHOST A superb and well-appointed Rolls-Royce Ghost with fewer than 9,000 miles from new. Finished in an understated yet attractive shade of Smoky Quartz accented with a high-quality stainless steel-effect wrap on the upper body surfaces. The gorgeous Bespoke cabin is trimmed in light crème hides with ...

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1931 Chrysler CG Imperial Roadster In 1931, Chrysler’s Imperial name graduated from a high-end trim package to an all-new motorcar, entirely separate from the rest of the line. The flagship CG Imperial featured Chrysler’s first eight-cylinder engine, fitted to a massive 145-inch wheelbase chassis, with advanced ...

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1971 STUTZ BLACKHAWK SERIES 1 COUPE During his tenure as the head of Chrysler design, Virgil Exner defined the iconic fins & chrome era of the 1950s with his revolutionary “Forward Look” design language. Prior to that, he transformed Chrysler’s stodgy image and introduced American buyers to sophisticated Italian ...

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1908 Mitchell Model I Touring The Mitchell-Lewis Motor Company of Racine, Wisconsin, was incorporated in 1900. Like many of its contemporaries, Mitchell initially produced horse-drawn coaches before expanding into bicycles, wheel parts, motorcycles, and eventually, automobiles. After experimenting with various layouts, ...

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1921 STUTZ SERIES K BULLDOG TOURING One of the early American automobile industry’s most colourful and skilled personalities, Harry C. Stutz built his first horseless carriage, nicknamed “Old Hickory,” in 1898 at age 22, followed by another by 1900 powered by a single-cylinder engine he designed and built. Following ...

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1933 ROLLS-ROYCE 20/25 LIMOUSINE The 20/25 succeeded the 20 HP in 1929 as the Rolls Royce’s small-displacement model positioned below the flagship Phantom. Engineers made many improvements over the 20HP, and while it was an “entry model” for Rolls-Royce, it was still an exclusive, high-end automobile for a discerning ...

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1959 Bocar XP5 The American road-racing scene in the post-war period was a time of abundant creative energy. As Detroit pumped out cheap, readily available V8 engines, many aspiring engineers, designers, and racing drivers experimented by blending those American engines with sophisticated European chassis and svelte, ...

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1927 ROLLS-ROYCE 20 HP CABRIOLET BY SEEGERS ET SOHN The Rolls-Royce Twenty served as the smaller companion to the flagship Silver Ghost and Phantom models. Just under 3,000 units were built between 1922 and 1929, each sold as rolling chassis and delivered to independent coachbuilders. With the 20 HP being smaller and ...

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1909 Franklin Model H Cape Top Runabout Founded in Syracuse, New York, at the turn of the 20th Century, Franklin is best known for its unwavering commitment to the air-cooled engine. From its very first effort in 1902 – a runabout boasting a transverse, overhead-valve engine, wooden frame, and fully elliptic springs ...

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1914 DETROIT ELECTRIC MODEL 46 ROADSTER One of three known examples of the luxurious Detroit Electric Model 46 Roadster known to exist, and simply one of the finest early electrics we have had the pleasure to offer. Fascinating history from new, with a roster of owners including several world-renowned collectors, such ...

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1901 ER THOMAS AUTO-BI E.R. Thomas of Buffalo, NY was a pioneer of motorized transport, first offering motorized kits for bicycles, before moving on to complete motorbikes, and later, complete automobiles – including the world-famous Thomas Flyer. Advertised as the Thomas Motor Bicycles “Auto-Bi” his two-wheelers ...

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1916 SIMPLEX CRANE MODEL 5 From its foundation in 1907, Simplex rose to prominence as one of America’s most prestigious automakers, pioneering the “supercar” with their large, powerful automobiles reserved for an elite class of motorist. Thundering T-head fours dominated the early years until the arrival of the ...

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1932 DUESENBERG J CUSTOM SPEEDSTER One of the most memorable and distinctive customs of the early post-war era, based on a matching-numbers Duesenberg J chassis and engine. Believed to have been built by David Clark of Virginia, and later California, after the original sedan body was separated from the chassis. Clark ...

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1933 PACKARD TWELVE LE BARON SPORT PHAETON One of the most spectacular Packards of the Classic Era is undoubtedly the Individual Custom Sport Phaeton, coachbuilt by LeBaron Carrossiers under the direction of Packard styling chief Ed Macauley. The breathtaking streamlined design was years ahead of its time, and was appropriately ...

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1935 AUBURN 851 PHAETON A truly outstanding example of the stylish and luxurious Auburn 851 Phaeton, presented with an older yet superbly maintained concours-quality restoration. Lovely brick-red paintwork accented with straw-yellow wire wheels and accent stripes, beautifully detailed and finished to a high standard throughout. ...

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1937 BUGATTI TYPE 57C CABRIOLET When Bugatti’s spectacular Type 57 debuted in 1934, nobody knew it would be the final all-French design in the legendary marque’s brief yet brilliant history. The firm’s patriarchal leader Ettore Bugatti was fully committed to developing the petrol-powered rail cars ordered by the ...

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1938 PACKARD TWELVE COUPE ROADSTER One of only 566 Packard Twelves of all types produced for the Sixteenth Series of 1938, and among a small handful of Coupe-Roadsters extant. The 16th Series Convertible Coupe is among the most sought-after late-30s Packards, renowned for its power, refinement and impeccable style. This ...

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1959 FIAT 500 JOLLY This rare and desirable early “Bug Eye” Jolly is a wonderfully restored example of Ghia’s eminently charming and trend-setting beach car. Built in the spring of 1959, it is believed this car spent much of its life in California, where it undoubtedly lived a charmed life. In more recent years, ...

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1963 PLYMOUTH SAVOY “MAX WEDGE” Beginning at the dawn of the 1960s, Detroit’s major automakers chased sales success with increasingly wild, production-based cars designed to qualify for the wildly popular NHRA Super Stock competition. While the various General Motors automotive divisions started the decade strongly, ...

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1969 MERCEDES-BENZ 280SL ROADSTER A crisp and lovely example of the Pagoda SL with an extremely well-maintained older restoration. Finished in bright red over tan leather, it is authentically restored and presented in excellent order throughout. Equipped with both tops, Becker radio, and a 2.8-liter inline-six with Bosch ...

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1942 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL In the mid-1930s, Lincoln was at a crossroads. While undoubtedly an excellent car, the large Model K was rapidly falling out of fashion as buyers turned away from the extravagant coachbuilt machines of the recent past. In 1935, just 2,000 customers opted for the Model K, and the company indeed ...

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1930 DUESENBERG J MURPHY CONVERTIBLE BERLINE It seemed that within moments of the Duesenberg Model J’s debut at the New York Auto Show on December 1, 1928, the world’s business moguls, movie stars, and social elite lined up for their chance to own the glamorous new “supercar” from Indianapolis. At the heart of ...

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1937 Chrysler CW Airflow “Major Bowes” In April of 1934, the Major Bowes Amateur Hour debuted on WHN radio in New York City. “Major” Edward Bowes, who created and hosted the show, was a former vaudeville actor and the managing director of New York’s lavish Capitol Theater. Through his multiple business partnerships, ...

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1932 Chrysler CL Imperial Convertible Sedan For the 1932 model year, Chrysler refined its superb CG Imperial with revised front-end styling and a host of smartly style new bodies. Central to the new CL-series Imperial was its gracefully reshaped front fenders, a bold deep-v radiator shell, and a revised hood that extended ...

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1956 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MKII After successfully bridging the pre-war and post-war eras, Lincoln’s flagship V12-powered Continental was discontinued in 1948, and the name briefly retired. But within a few years, Ford Motor Company charged Edsel Ford’s 28-year-old son William Clay Ford with developing a new division ...

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1933 Chrysler CL Imperial Dual Windshield Phaeton Chrysler freshened the CL Imperial range in 1933, introducing a new chassis stretched 146 inches, complemented by stunning styling with a swept-back, steeply-raked raked grille, cowl-less hood, and flowing fenders. Hydraulic brakes, adjustable seats, and hydraulic dampers ...

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1936 Pierce Arrow Salon Twelve Town Car By Derham In 1930, Cadillac spawned a multi-cylinder race among manufacturers, with Packard and Lincoln quick to respond to Cadillac’s own Sixteen with their own V12 engines, and Marmon matching Cadillac with a superb V16 of its own. Pierce-Arrow, once one of the most storied ...

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1938 PACKARD TWELVE CONVERTIBLE SEDAN Introduced by Packard for 1932 as the “Twin Six, recalling the first V-12 models of 1915-1923 but soon renamed the “Twelve,” Packard’s V-12 entry into the elite-level, multi-cylinder automobile market of the 1930s ranks among the finest and most collectible motorcar lines ...

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1954 Kurtis 500 S Roadster The Midget racers, Sprint cars, and Indy cars racing under Frank Kurtis’ Kurtis-Kraft banner amassed an incredible record of success in open-wheel oval racing from the 1930s through the 1960s. Kurtis-Kraft earned five outright wins at the Indy 500 and countless victories in local dirt-track ...

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1930 Chrysler Series 77 Brewster Town Car Chrysler Corporation was just six years old in 1930, yet the firm had already built a solid reputation for quality, style, and value. The ambitious Mr. Chrysler added Plymouth, Dodge, and DeSoto to his portfolio to fill the entry-level and mid-priced slots, providing the financial ...

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1932 DeSoto Custom SC Convertible Coupe DeSoto arrived on the scene in 1929, positioned above Plymouth as a mid-priced, high-value companion marque for Chrysler. Reflecting on DeSoto’s history, it’s a curiosity that Chrysler created the division since they had acquired Dodge around at the same time. Defying the ...

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1932 Plymouth PB Sport Roadster When Walter P. Chrysler introduced the Plymouth brand in 1928, its mission was to take on Ford and Chevrolet in the highly competitive low-cost car market. The typically arrogant Henry Ford dismissed Plymouth as a bit player, assuming he and Chevrolet had a firm lock on the market. But ...

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1951 MERCEDES-BENZ 170S CABRIOLET Mercedes-Benz has been a manufacturing powerhouse for over a century, and during World War II, its factories were highly valuable targets for Allied bombers. Many of their manufacturing and design facilities were heavily damaged, but despite this, the company was quick to resume automobile ...

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1923 BUICK SERIES 23 DEPOT HACK Cherished by noted Buick enthusiasts and collectors since the 1950s, this charming six-cylinder Series 23 features a rarely-seen Depot Hack body by J.T. Cantrell of New York. Wonderfully restored in attractive colors and fitted with a host of interesting period details. Powered by a robust ...

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1910 White Model G-A Speedster Between 1900 and 1918, White of Cleveland, Ohio, produced a range of high-quality steam and gasoline-powered automobiles. They gained considerable notoriety, and national attention after a White steamer set a world record speed of 73.75 miles per hour at the Morris Park Track in 1905. ...

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1937 PACKARD SIX CONVERTIBLE COUPE When Packard introduced the 115-C Six in 1937 they hadn't built a six-cylinder car since 1927. Effectively, even through the darkest days of the Great Depression, Packard just didn't know how to build a "less-expensive" Packard. That changed in 1935 with the introduction of the One-Twenty, ...

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1931 Chrysler CG Imperial Convertible Coupe The CG Imperial marked Chrysler’s arrival to the upper echelon of the highly competitive luxury automobile market in the 1930s. The sublime, low-slung styling was paired with a grand 145-inch wheelbase chassis, superb handling and braking, and a powerful L-head inline 8-cylinder ...

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