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Hyman Ltd Classic Cars

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Hyman Ltd Classic Cars

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  • 1964 Studebaker Avanti It was no secret that in the early 1960s, Studebaker was up against the ropes. Financial troubles that began years earlier led to a dubious merger with Packard, and the failure of that relationship left the company reeling. The product line consisted of good quality, economical cars that didn’t offer much in the way of excitement. What Studebaker needed was a stylish “halo” model to drive traffic into the showrooms, yet budgets were tight. Newly appointed company ...

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  • 1961 Chevrolet Corvair Rampside Pickup The time between the late 1950s and early 1960s was a brief yet bright period of unbridled creativity at General Motors. As the fins and chrome era drew to an end, designers sought new ways to harness rapidly evolving technology. GM divisions had considerable autonomy, and internal competition spawned a series of advanced and inspired designs. This era brought us Buick’s lightweight, all-aluminum V8, Oldsmobile’s Jetfire with the world’s first production ...

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  • 1934 Packard 1100 Sedan Introduced in August of 1933, Packard’s new 11th Series debuted beautiful styling that, for many, represented the pinnacle of elegance and sophistication in the classic era. The concept of streamlining was in its infancy, and the slightest hints of its influence first appeared on the 11th Series – namely in the v-shaped radiator and headlamp lenses, deeply skirted front fenders, lowered ride height, and slightly raked windscreen. Compared to the 10th Series, changes ...

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  • 1939 Delage D6-70 Figoni Et Falaschi Drophead Coupe Armed with just three employees and two lathes in a tiny workshop in Levallois-Perret, Louis Delage began his journey to the top of the French motoring industry in 1905. As a former Peugeot man, Delage knew from the onset to surround himself with talent, and one of those three employees was previously Peugeot’s chief engineer. In the early years of his firm, Delage primarily built small voiturettes utilizing de Dion-Bouton engines. However, ...

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  • 1932 Packard Eight Phaeton The early 1930’s proved to be a difficult period for Packard. Without the financial might of a major corporation such as GM or Ford behind them, Packard relied heavily on cash reserves to get through the challenging economic times. Thankfully, Packard not only survived, but they also produced some of the most beautiful, iconic cars of the era – cars that would go on to symbolize pre-war glamour and opulence. As per tradition, Packards were officially designated ...

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  • 2007 Bentley GTC Convertible Bentley’s posh, 195-mph mega-GT, presented here in the stunning combination of Silver Lake Metallic over a two-tone tan and dark blue cabin. This beautiful example has covered just 12,000 miles from new, and is powered by the mighty 6.0-litre turbocharged W12 engine with all-wheel drive. It is superbly presented with gorgeous paintwork, an excellent blue fabric roof, supple leather upholstery, and striking bird’s eye maple trim. Offered with a clean Carfax report ...

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  • 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa Convertible The ultimate high-performance Corvair convertible, packing a turbocharged 180 horsepower, 164 cubic-inch air-cooled flat six and four-speed manual transaxle. A very nicely restored and well-detailed example, finished in Tahitian Turquoise over a two-tone black and white interior. Comprehensively equipped with period-correct options including wood-grained steering wheel, bucket seats, factory stereo 8-track player, luggage rack, wire wheel covers and more. ...

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  • 1961 Chevrolet Corvair Lakewood Wagon A superbly restored and absolutely charming Corvair Lakewood wagon, offered in deluxe “700” trim. Restored by a die-hard Corvair enthusiast, starting with a remarkably sound and original California car, and subtly updated with a number of well-chosen custom touches. Finished off with a superb primrose yellow paint job over a high-quality terra cotta interior. Equipped with a smooth-running 110-horsepower air-cooled flat six and Powerglide automatic transmission. ...

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  • 1946 Delahaye 135M Drophead Coupe By Worblaufen From its foundation in 1894, Delahaye quickly rose to prominence in the French motor industry. Their reputation for quality and performance resulted from their exploits at Le Mans and elsewhere across Europe in the highly competitive world of Grand Prix racing. In 1935, Delahaye unveiled a new car that became one of the most successful models in its history – the Type 135. Aside from being a natural-born competitor, the Type 135 chassis was also ...

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  • 1950 Ford F1 Pickup The distinctive American GT car promoted by the legendary entrepreneur and showman, Earl “Madman” Muntz. Based on a design by the race car builder Frank Kurtis, and powered by a variety of American V8 engines. This example comes from nearly 40 years of continuous ownership, and is a reasonably well-preserved and complete car, suitable to sort and drive as-is, or treat to further restoration work as desired. Powered by a 337 Lincoln V8 mated to an automatic transmission, ...

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  • 1935 Duesenberg Model J Dual Cowl Phaeton Within moments of its unveiling 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 Duesenberg Model J. At its heart lay a 420-cubic inch, Lycoming-built inline eight-cylinder engine featuring twin overhead camshafts and four valves per cylinder, rated at 265 horsepower in naturally aspirated form. The robust chassis was beautifully engineered, with ...

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  • 1912 Ford Model T Commercial Roadster A rare and highly desirable Brass Era Model T, offered in lovely condition and outfitted with a host of tasty period-correct accessories. Finished in off-white with gray accents and gorgeous, highly polished brass, the gently matured restoration remains in excellent condition. Notable fittings include a Boyce moto-meter, rare Buffalo wire wheels, a 60-mph Jones Speedometer, and a Ruxtel 2-speed rear axle. In the hands of the previous owners, this plucky T ...

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  • 1938 Jaguar SS 2 1/2 Litre Drophead Coupe Before Jaguar was called Jaguar, the company founded by William Walmsley and William Lyons had several changes of identity. Lyons and Walmsley founded Swallow Sidecar Company in 1922 to produce high quality and distinctly stylish motorcycle sidecars. Much of the creative energy came from Lyons, whose keen sense of style helped drive Swallow Sidecar forward. Soon, customers wanted more, and Swallow moved into the coachbuilding business, creating gorgeous ...

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  • 1969 MG B Roadster This fabulous 1969 MGB is beautifully presented in the period-correct shade of Mineral Blue over black upholstery. The subject of recent mechanical and cosmetic restoration work by a noted East Coast specialist, it is authentically detailed and finished to a vey high standard. Excellent quality paintwork, chrome, and trim, as well as new custom-made Stayfast canvas soft top. A delightfully usable and well-sorted example of the quintessential 1960s British roadster that’s ...

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  • 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk One of just 4,356 Golden Hawks produced in 1957, featuring the powerful 289 cubic-inch V8 topped with a McCullough supercharger. Beautifully restored and presented in the period-correct shade of Tiara Gold with Arctic White fins. Nicely equipped with a Flite-O-Matic automatic transmission, Climatizer, dual antennas, pushbutton AM radio, and more. The subject of a highly-detailed restoration, documented with photos, receipts, and Studebaker build records. A marvelous ...

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  • 1906 Woods Electric Victoria Established in 1899, the Woods Motor Vehicle Company of Chicago was an early champion of electric-powered automobiles. The firm got off to a rocky start and fell into receivership in 1901. By the following year, the firm was reorganized, and a new president was installed at the helm. With additional investment, a new factory in the north end of Chicago, and a line of high-quality cars, Woods finally found success. By 1904, the range expanded to include more luxurious ...

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  • 1963 Volkswagen Type 34 Karmann Ghia Coupe The three-way partnership of Volkswagen, Karmann, and Carrozzeria Ghia was born of the post-war economic boom, which saw middle-class buying power grow exponentially. As buyers demanded more from their automobiles, style and performance became top selling points. Volkswagen built its name on the “cheap and cheerful” Beetle, so the thought was that a stylish sporty coupe could boost their image, particularly in the critical USA market. But the boffins ...

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  • In the realm of everyday transportation, the average consumer generally prefers to play it safe, preferring safety and reliability over exotic, untested technology. Despite the conservative nature of the general public, a handful of manufacturers have managed to build their reputations on bringing high-tech engineering and advanced design to the masses, and few car companies embraced the Avant-Garde more than Citroen. The most essential of all French cars, Citroen pushed the boundaries of engineering ...

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  • 1947 Ford 8N Tractor Ford’s iconic workhorse, beautifully restored and detailed to a very high standard. Finished in Medium Gray with red running gear, and superbly presented with high quality paintwork and detailing. A wonderful example to enjoy in field or farm, or as part of virtually any collection of historically significant vehicles. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd for more details. Offers welcome and trades considered ...

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  • From the mid-1950s onward, Jaguar enjoyed considerable success thanks in large part to its highly advanced "XK" family of twin-cam inline six-cylinder engines. This engine is best known for its tenure in the XK120, 140, and 150 sports cars, and in race trim, it powered the C-Type and D-Type sports cars to an impressive six victories in the 24h of Le Mans. While it will always be known for its sporting ability, the XK was quite versatile, and its power and refinement made the big Mk VII and Mk IX ...

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  • 1975 Mohs Safarikar In the long and rich history of the automobile, there has been no shortage of starry-eyed dreamers with the resources to bring their far-out ideas to fruition. Paging through our well-worn reference books like The Standard Catalog of American Cars or the Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile, we find a wealth of motoring curiosities, many of which have faded into obscurity and are long-lost in the shadow of failure. But thankfully for enthusiasts of the unconventional, a ...

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  • 1940 Willys 440 Coupe-Pickup The stylish cars and trucks produced by Willys in the early 1940s have long been a cornerstone of the hot-rodding and drag racing communities. While a Hemi-powered ’40 Willys “Gasser” tearing up a local drag strip is an iconic image for any historic drag racing aficionado, the same sight might make a traditional marque enthusiast squirm. Whether in coupe or light-duty pickup form, the compact dimensions and light weight of the Willys “Americar” line lent ...

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  • 1970 Auburn 866 Speedster In 1960, the Auburn Automobile Company got its second lease on life when its original savior, Dallas Winslow, passed the torch on to fellow marque champion, Mr. Glenn Pray. After acquiring the assets, Pray moved the operation to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, where he maintained a stash of original parts, tooling, and documents. He quickly earned a well-deserved reputation as the go-to Guru of all things Auburn/Cord/Duesenberg, and marque enthusiasts flocked to his warehouse ...

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  • 1952 Allard J2X Roadster Sydney Allard’s brawny J2 was one of the first and foremost British sports cars of the post-war era, targeted at the rapidly expanding American sports car market. The open-road-racing scene exploded in the USA in the late 1940s, and the Allard J2 quickly rose to prominence as a dominant competitor, particularly when paired with new overhead-valve V8 engines from Cadillac and Chrysler. While the J2 was undoubtedly fast, it also had a reputation for wild handling, and ...

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  • 1931 Duesenberg J LeBaron All-Weather Phaeton In the late 1920s, the Duesenberg Brothers’ stellar racing record had not translated into the sales of road cars they hoped for, and their only model, the Model A was due for replacement. Without the funds to develop a whole new car, they introduced the stopgap Model X as they searched for funding. Thankfully, a savior came in the form of Errett Lobban Cord. He had already transformed moribund Auburn’s fortunes with the vision of creating a motoring ...

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  • 1930 Stutz Model M Monte Carlo In the mid-1920s, the brilliant engineer Fredrick Moscovics took control of Stutz Motor Car Company following the contentious departure of the company’s founder and namesake, Harry C. Stutz. Moscovics’ talent and creative energy rejuvenated the Stutz Motor Car Company, leading them into one of the most successful periods in company history. The Hungarian-born Moscovics trained in Europe and previously worked at Marmon before arriving at the helm of Stutz. He ...

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  • 1959 Jaguar XK150 Drophead Coupe A crisp and attractive XK150 3.4-litre, usefully upgraded to sharpen the driving experience. Equipped with Wilwood disc brakes, aluminum radiator, electric fans, alternator, and more. Beautiful opalescent light blue paint, with beige diamond-stitched leather upholstery and dark blue carpets. Engine refreshed in 2018 with new bottom end bearings, updated rear-main seal, and reground crankshaft. The ideal package for fast road use or spirited touring and rally events. ...

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  • 1958 Mercedes- Benz 190SL Roadster Mercedes-Benz’s perennially stylish roadster, pleasingly restored and presented in the handsome combination of White Gray (DB158) over a natural tan leather interior. The subject of a well-detailed restoration that’s been maintained in fine condition throughout. Equipped with correct twin Solex carburetors, four-speed manual gearbox, Becker Europa radio, and period-correct whitewall tires. A lovely example of Mercedes’ entertaining junior sports car. This ...

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  • 1919 Cadillac Type 57 Brewster Cape Top Phaeton When the V8-powered Type 51 arrived in 1915, Cadillac was already well-established as one of the crown jewels of the American motoring industry, confidently living up to their slogan “The Standard of the World.” Central to the new car was the revolutionary new V8 engine designed Scottish-born engineer D. McCall White. Notable as the first mass-produced V8, it featured two cast iron cylinder blocks with integral heads mounted atop an aluminum-copper ...

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  • 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 “Tanker” Coupe Nearly from the inception of the original Chevrolet Corvette, serious sports car fans and racers were critical of it for compromising performance in the name of style. Even as sales struggled and GM threatened to pull the plug on the program, plans for a more focused, purposeful Corvette began as early as 1957. It took some convincing of the board by a passionate team of engineers led by Zora Arkus-Duntov, but the Corvette was given a stay of execution. In ...

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  • The Peerless Company of Cleveland, Ohio was, for a brief period, one of America’s most exclusive automobile companies. Along with Packard and Pierce-Arrow, the trio of car makers known as “The Three Ps,” was equally revered for their quality, refinement, and engineering excellence. The route Peerless took to automobile manufacturing was remarkably similar to that of its rival Pierce-Arrow. Before making cars, Peerless manufactured a variety of household goods including clothes wringers and ...

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  • 1934 Packard Twelve Sedan Many Packard enthusiasts consider the Eleventh Series of 1934 to be the pinnacle of the marque’s pre-war design efforts. From the Standard Eight through the flagship Twelve, all 1934 Packards shared the same elegant and sophisticated form that placed them among most desirable cars in America. While the 11th Series design was similar to the outgoing 10th Series, subtle improvements like the deeply curvaceous front fenders lent a fuller, more glamorous appearance. Beneath ...

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  • 2009 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead Rolls-Royce revived the iconic Phantom name in 2003, marking the seventh time in the company’s illustrious history that it graced their flagship offering. Upon debut, the all-new Phantom was offered only as a four-door saloon, with bold styling that was unmistakable as a Rolls-Royce, while simultaneously fresh and modern. The Phantom was the first Rolls developed from the ground-up under the guidance of parent company BMW and was the most technologically advanced ...

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  • 2017 Porsche 911 GTS Between 2011 and 2019, the 991-generation of Porsche’s iconic 911 introduced some of the most significant changes in the model’s extensive history. Officially the seventh generation of 911, the 991 was completely new from the ground up, based on a longer, wider platform with redesigned gearboxes, engines, and new styling that beautifully evolved the 911’s unbroken lineage from the original 901. With the arrival of the 991.2 in 2015, all standard Carrera models were ...

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  • 1912 Buick Model 43 Touring Buick’s largest and most expensive offering from 1912, powered by a 318 cubic-inch, “valve in head” inline-four rated for 48 horsepower. This is one of approximately 15 known survivors, sporting a lovely, well-maintained older restoration, and pleasingly detailed with period-correct accessories. Discreetly updated for touring with electric start, alternator charging, and coil ignition. A rare and prestigious early Buick that’s sure to provide many miles of ...

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  • 1967 Citroen DS19 Pallas 4 Dr An attractive and desirably equipped DS19 in European specification, with Citromatic 4-speed semi-automatic gearbox and Pallas trim. Well presented with an honest aesthetic, and accompanied by service and parts receipts from its time in Europe an in the USA, including extensive maintenance and sorting by marque expert Dave Burnham. A great example of Citroen’s iconic “Goddess,” ideal for regular enjoyment. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is ...

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  • 1937 Cord 812 SC Phaeton The Cord 810/812 was originally conceived by designer Gordon Buehrig as a “baby Duesenberg” to support E.L. Cord’s flagship brand into the late 1930s and beyond. But as the faltering economy led to Duesenberg’s untimely demise, E.L. Cord recycled the concept as a way to revive his eponymous car company, which had not produced a car since the last L-29 in 1932. The Cord 810 and 812 pushed the boundaries of technical sophistication with semi-monocoque construction, ...

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  • 1964 Fiat 600 Jolly The brainchild of Fiat's dynamic president Gianni Agnelli, built by Carrozzeria Ghia as a yacht tender for shuttling passengers around posh Mediterranean resorts and marinas. The improved 600 Jolly features the same iconic details as the 500 Jolly - including the step-through doorless body, wicker seats, and surrey top but in a slightly larger platform and with a more powerful water-cooled inline-four-cylinder engine. This lovely example is charmingly presented in “Creamsicle” ...

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  • 1951 Jaguar MKV Drophead Coupe An elegant Jaguar sports tourer, equipped from new with the preferred 3 ½-litre engine, manual gearbox, and handsome 3-position drophead coupe body. The subject of an older restoration, finished in its original colors of black over lovely red leather trim, per the Jaguar Heritage Certificate. Accompanied by the original factory tool kit, original owner’s manual, and more. This vehicle just arrived, and a full description is coming soon. Please contact Hyman Ltd ...

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  • 1962 Lancia Flaminia 3C Touring Coupe To many, a list of the greatest car manufacturers of Italy may struggle to reach past Ferrari, Lamborghini, Alfa Romeo and perhaps Maserati. But pose that same question to a full-blooded Petrol Head, and Lancia would likely be the first word out of their mouth. Founded in 1906 by Vincenzo Lancia, the company that bore his name went on to produce some of the most thoughtfully engineered and stylish automobiles the world has seen. Standard Lancias were generally ...

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  • 1956 Jaguar XK140 MC Drophead When the XK120 was introduced in 1949, it set new performance and style standards at a surprisingly affordable price point. The follow-up to the 120 arrived in 1954, dubbed the XK140, and offered numerous improvements to address the shortcomings of the early models. With the 140, Jaguar endowed their flagship sportscar with rack and pinion steering, improved braking ability, telescopic dampers, and increased suspension travel. The engine was relocated in the chassis, ...

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  • 1930 Packard 745 Waterhouse Victoria In the late 1920s, Packard was riding high on a wave of record sales and profits. With little indication of the trouble to come for the luxury car market as a whole, the company forged ahead with their latest model, the Seventh Series, introduced in August 1929. The range consisted of the 726 and 733 Standard Eight, followed by the uncharacteristically sporty 734 Speedster, then the 740 Custom Eight, and finally the superb flagship 745 Deluxe Eight. Per their ...

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  • 1935 Packard Twelve Coupe Roadster In its long and illustrious history, there are numerous shining examples of why Packard consistently stood head and shoulders above its rivals, year after year. From the company’s inception in 1899, the Packard name represented quality and uncompromising excellence. In 1913, Packard’s recently-hired chief engineer, Jesse Vincent, began work on a sophisticated new V12 engine to power the company’s flagship models, and firmly establish the marque as the ...

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  • 1935 Cadillac 355E Coupe Cadillac enjoyed considerable success in the early 1930s. They entered the decade with heady confidence that spawned the incredible V16 and V12 models. But Cadillac’s mainstay for the 1930s was the 355 series, an 8-cylinder model manufactured between 1931 and 1935. The series evolved through the early 1930s and remained Cadillac’s best-selling model. The 355D debuted in 1934, featuring beautiful new streamline styling that carried over to the Series 10 (also called ...

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  • 1985 Ferrari 400i Convertible 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 four-seat grand touring car in their catalog. The tradition started in 1960 with the 250 GTE, which holds the distinction of the first serial production Ferrari with four seats. It was ...

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  • 1934 Covered Wagon Camping Trailer For nearly as long as the automobile has existed, drivers have taken cross-country adventures, exploring our nation’s natural wonders and camping in roadside campsites, national parks, and open wilderness. Travel trailers began to grow in popularity in the late teens and early twenties, however, they were limited to either rudimentary tent trailers (literally a trailer with a built-in tent) or large, opulent, and expensive “house cars” built to order ...

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  • 1938 Packard Twelve Victoria Few American cars capture the spirit of Classic Era elegance and prestige quite like a Packard Twelve. The Twelve served as Packard’s flagship from 1932 (then known as the Twin-Six) through 1939, and the range highlighted the company’s commitment to engineering excellence and unrivaled quality. Coachbuilders worldwide used the Packard Twelve chassis to show off their skills, with Dietrich and LeBaron responsible for many of the most memorable and elegant creations. ...

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  • 1969 Porsche 911T Targa The 1969 model year was a pivotal one for the Porsche 911. Lead chassis engineer Helmuth Bott brought forth significant changes to improve the 911’s handling and performance, hoping to broaden its appeal without sacrificing any character. Addressing the notorious high-speed instability, Bott stretched the 911’s wheelbase by 2.4 inches, added lengthened trailing arms and a new rear anti-roll bar. He also specified stiffer torsion bars, new dampers, and a larger wheel/tire ...

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  • 1934 Packard Twelve Coupe The Packard 11th series debuted in late 1933 for the 1934 model year and was an evolution of the outgoing 10th series. New fenders and other stylistic refinements gave it a fuller, more elegant appearance, which many today’s enthusiasts consider is the quintessential Classic Era design. The Twelve returned as the flagship model, with a wide array of coachwork and wheelbase options to ensure exclusivity and customizable options. Unlike Cadillac’s overhead-valve V16 ...

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  • 2008 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Roadster At the 1999 Detroit Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz unveiled a dramatic new supercar concept called Vision SLR. Imagined from the onset as a joint venture between Mercedes-Benz and McLaren Cars Ltd, the wild-looking front-engine supercar evoked the iconic Mille-Miglia record-shattering 300 SLR, reimagined for the modern era. Mercedes had ramped-up their investment in Formula 1 racing, partnering with the legendary McLaren team, so a road-going supercar seemed ...

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