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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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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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1938 PACKARD TWELVE CONVERTIBLE SEDAN This lovely flagship Packard 1608 Convertible Sedan is from the penultimate year of twelve-cylinder production. With its grand, 139-inch wheelbase chassis and luxurious convertible sedan coachwork, it is a beautiful and imposing display of Packard’s unrivaled grace. This example ...

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1954 BUICK SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE The spectacular Buick Skylark debuted in 1953 in celebration of marque’s 50th anniversary, joining the limited production Cadillac Eldorado and Oldsmobile Fiesta in a “Dream Car Trifecta” delivering a host of luxury options and a hefty price tag to match. In typical 1950s fashion, ...

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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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1932 Opel 18C Cabriolet As General Motors grew, it sought to expand its reach outside of the American market throughout the teens and twenties. In 1928, GM purchased a controlling stake in the German firm Opel AG. By 1931, they had full ownership of the company, and within a few short years, Opel was thriving as Europe’s ...

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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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1930 STUTZ MODEL M BOATTAIL SPEEDSTER In the mid-1920s, the brilliant engineer Fredrick Moscovics took over control of Stutz Motor Car Company following the contentious departure of the company’s founder and namesake, Harry C. Stutz. History generally dictates that the exodus of a leader like Stutz would soon spell ...

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1917 OWEN MAGNETIC TOURING As our roads become increasingly populated with gasoline-electric hybrids, plug-ins, and fully electric vehicles, we have the opportunity to pause and look back through the pages of automotive history and see that some of today’s cutting-edge technology today is mirrored in the dawn of the ...

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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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1976 JENSEN INTERCEPTOR COUPE For the well-off car enthusiast in the late 1960s, there was no shortage of stylish, high-performance grand tourers available to them. Aston Martin, Ferrari, or Maserati may have been the obvious choices, but their exotic engines required specialized and costly maintenance. A Jaguar might ...

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1926 PACKARD EIGHT ROADSTER This crisp and stylish Packard Eight features the distinctly sporty roadster coachwork from the factory catalog. The Model 236 rides on a 136-inch wheelbase chassis, with power coming via Packard’s stout and refined 357.8 cubic-inch inline-eight. Offered out of long-term single ownership, ...

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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 DUAL COWL PHAETON Not long after Walter P. Chrysler took over the ailing Maxwell Motor Company and renamed it Chrysler Corporation in 1924, the ambitious Mr. Chrysler began work on a new flagship model. Maxwell provided a good foundation for Chrysler to build upon, and he soon earned a reputation ...

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1949 Cadillac 60 Special Fleetwood Sedan As the austerity of the initial post-war period faded in the late 1940s, the Detroit auto industry was humming again with fresh designs, new models, and rapid innovation. General Motors may not have been the first to hit showrooms with an all-new post-war design (that honor ...

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1951 BENTLEY MKVI PARK WARD COUPE The arrival of the new Mk VI in 1947 marked several significant milestones for Bentley Motors and its parent company, Rolls-Royce. The Mk VI was their first new automobile since production halted to focus on the war effort in 1940, and it was also the first Rolls Royce/Bentley product ...

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1937 FORD MODEL BB TOURING BUS This absolutely wonderful Ford Model BB open-air touring bus was custom-built by Schukraft and Co. for Chicago’s beloved Morton Arboretum. This natural oasis in Chicago’s suburbs was founded in 1922 by Joy Morton of Morton Salt fame, and remains one of the area’s most popular attractions. ...

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Throughout the mid-1960s, Ferrari enjoyed a considerable run of success with its road cars. The diverse 250-series laid a solid foundation for the future production car program, and machines like the sublime 275 GTB did a magnificent job of building upon that base. By the later part of the decade, Ferrari had a noticeable ...

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1989 BENTLEY TURBO R HOOPER 2 DOOR Virtually any automobile enthusiast who’s picked up a magazine or scrolled forums in the last 20-plus years is undoubtedly familiar with The Sultan of Brunei. As the absolute monarch of a small, oil-rich Southeast Asian nation, he rose to fame as one of the world’s richest men, raking ...

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The pinnacle of Maserati’s legendary motor racing accomplishments came in the 1950s and early 1960s with cars such as the iconic 250F Grand Prix car, and a series of innovative sports racers including the A6G, 300S, and Tipo 61 “Birdcage.” Like their rivals at Ferrari and Lancia, motorsports directly influenced Maserati’s ...

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1930 BUICK SERIES 60 ROADSTER Rolling into the 1930s, Buick was riding high; their confidence boosted after a series of highly successful years. The late 1920s had been quite good for General Motors’ cornerstone marque, readily achieving top-five results in the sales charts. In 1929, Buick celebrated its silver anniversary ...

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1953 MERCEDES-BENZ 300S CABRIOLET The flagship 300-series sedan debuted at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 1951. The large, elegant six-cylinder sedan was graceful yet imposing, a statement of European luxury that was available in either four-door sedan or striking four-door full convertible configurations. The 300 received ...

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1952 BSA B33-500 MOTORCYCLE Built between 1947 and 1960, the BSA B33 was based on the 350-cc B31, but with a larger bore bringing it up to the 500-cc class. Initially, the B33 featured a rigid frame, though in 1949, they added the option of a plunger-type rear suspension as fitted to this 1952 example. The BSA B33 was ...

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1947 ARIEL VH RED HUNTER MOTORCYCLE A beautiful and desirable Ariel, powered by a 500-cc twin-cylinder OHV engine. It is presented in very good cosmetic condition, with a red and chrome tank with black chassis and accents. A classically styled, high-performance British bike. This motorcycle has received a cursory mechanical ...

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1931 CHRYSLER CG IMPERIAL CLOSE-COUPLED SEDAN Walter P. Chrysler never stinted on quality engineering, materials and design, but neither did he or his organization chase fads. Their cars were sleekly designed with tasteful and fully-appointed coachwork as exemplified by this 1931 CG Imperial Close-Coupled four-door sedan. ...

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1937 DELAHAYE 135 COUPE DES ALPES Visitors to the 1935 Paris Auto Salon were treated to a surprise at the Delahaye stand with the unveiling of the marque’s superb new Type 135. The low slung, elegant Type 135 was the ultimate development of the six-cylinder range, with powerful engines, independent front suspension ...

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1948 DELAHAYE TYPE 135M CABRIOLET In the aftermath of World War II, Delahaye had survived battered but not broken. Until production of their landmark 135-series could resume, the company paid the bills by building commercial trucks and buses. Once the 135M was revised for the post-war climate, however, Delahaye was back ...

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1939 LAGONDA LG6 RAPIDE DROPHEAD In 1935, Lagonda had its back against the wall. With all of the press and prestige that came with the M45’s surprise victory at the LeMans 24 hour race, not enough buyers were stepping up and the firm was facing receivership. Management had brought in 29 year old Alan P. Good, a financial ...

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1905 STEVENS DURYEA MODEL R GREAT RACE SPEEDSTER Among their many varying interests in the world of car collecting, Frank Kleptz and his son David were avid competitors in the Great American Race (now known as The Great Race) during its heyday in the 1980s and 1990s. This enormously challenging open road rally is for ...

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1986 TOYOTA 4×4 XTRACAB PICKUP To anyone who grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, there’s a reassuring familiarity with seeing a great Toyota Pickup. Whether you shared Marty McFly’s lust for the black and silver truck in Back to the Future or used a 300,000-mile 3rd-hand beater on the daily commute to school or work, ...

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1913 Hupmobile Model 32 Touring As the American motoring industry exploded at the tail end of the 19th century, hundreds of automobile companies began cropping up in barns, garages, and factories across the country, with wildly varying degrees of success. The burgeoning industry attracted engineers from far and wide, ...

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1979 AUBURN 874 DUAL COWL PHAETON SPEEDSTER When the Auburn Automobile Company folded in the mid-1930s, Mr. Dallas Winslow stepped up to rescue what was left of the once-illustrious firm. He acquired the rights to the company, along with tooling, property, spare parts, and even a handful of original employees, keeping ...

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1929 FORD MODEL A STATION WAGON This is an intriguing vehicle: 1929 was the first year for wood-bodied station wagons by Ford. The first was built for Edsel Ford's estate "Skylands" on Mount Desert Island in Maine. The second went to Murray Body's C.W. Avery who led building Ford's vast woodlands and mill property in ...

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1953 ALLARD J2X ROADSTER Sydney Allard’s brawny J2 was one of the first post-war British sports cars explicitly targeted at the burgeoning sports car scene in America. The popularity of racing on public road courses like Pebble Beach, Elkhart Lake, and Watkins Glen had exploded in the late 1940s, and the Allard J2 quickly ...

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1947 Chrysler New Yorker Convertible Before the 1942 moratorium on civilian car production, Chrysler Corporation already had substantial involvement in the war effort. Chrysler-powered machines served in harsh environments worldwide, and their achievements were not lost on the buying public after the war. But in the ...

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1949 Delahaye 135MS Letourneur Et Marchand Coupe In the years leading up to World War II, Delahaye enjoyed elite status among the top French automakers, earning its lauded reputation for quality and performance at LeMans and on the Grand Prix circuit. In 1935, the firm introduced one of its most successful models, the ...

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1959 JAGUAR XK150 DROP HEAD COUPE As the last installment of the XK series, the XK150 arrived as the most refined, comfortable, and user-friendly of these legendary Jaguar sports cars. This 1959 XK150 Drophead Coupe is one of just 2,672 produced, and is smartly presented in its original colors of black over a red interior, ...

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1972 DATSUN 240Z COUPE Before Datsun’s stylish and affordable 240Z fastback coupe arrived on the scene, Americans were stubbornly skeptical of Japanese automobiles. Despite Datsun’s dominant presence in SCCA racing with the 510 sedan and 1600/2000 roadsters, it still took something special to win over American buyers’ ...

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1947 Bentley MKVI Figoni Et Falaschi Coupe The arrival of the new Bentley Mk VI in 1947 marked several significant milestones for Bentley and its parent company, Rolls-Royce. The Mk VI was their first new automobile since production halted to focus on the war effort in 1940, and it was also the first Rolls Royce/Bentley ...

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1935 JENSEN FORD SHOOTING BRAKE Brothers Richard and Alan Jensen entered the motoring field as coachbuilders, and much like William Lyons of Swallow and Jaguar, the humble little Austin Seven was their initial platform of choice. After graduating from Austins, the Jensen brother moved upmarket with stylish body designs ...

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1969 JENSEN FF COUPE As Jensen’s stylish new Touring-designed Interceptor hit showrooms, the firm announced a highly sophisticated companion model developed in conjunction with Ferguson Research Ltd. The new Jensen FF (standing for Ferguson Formula and notably, not badged an Interceptor) featured both permanent all-wheel-drive ...

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2005 ASTON MARTIN DB9 This outstanding Aston Martin DB9 Coupe is an outstanding, 2-owner example with just over 16,000 miles from new. Beautifully presented in Oyster Silver over Iron Ore Red upholstery, is it well-documented with service records and a clean Carfax report. Desirable options and equipment include mahogany ...

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1975 TRIUMPH TR-6 ROADSTER Triumph’s stylish TR6 is a widely beloved cult-classic British roadster, revered by generations of enthusiasts for its gutsy six-cylinder engine and raw, blue-collar appeal. This 1975 example is prime for driving enjoyment, presented in the bold shade of Java Green over black trim. It is well ...

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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 ...

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1937 Detroit Electric Model 99C 2 Dr With roots going back to approximately 1907, Detroit Electric is one of the longest surviving car companies dedicated to purely electric power. Before adopting the name Detroit Electric, the company was known as the Anderson Carriage Company, and they were among the earliest champions ...

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1928 STUTZ SERIES BB TWO PASSENGER SPEEDSTER In the mid-1920s, the Stutz Motor Car Company’s fate was in the hands of Fredrick Moscovics, a brilliant engineer who took over the helm following Harry C. Stutz’s acrimonious departure. Usually, the exodus of an innovative leader like Stutz would spell the end for an automobile ...

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1979 Mercedes-Benz 450SL Roadster As the longest-running passenger car in Mercedes-Benz history, the R107-series of SL-roadsters earned its place as an icon of the 70s and 80s, blending performance, safety, and quality in an impeccably styled two-seat roadster. Much like the R113 that preceded it, the R107 was a sports ...

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1939 BUICK SPECIAL CONVERTIBLE In the late 1930s and into the early 1940s, Buick enjoyed a renaissance of sorts as it solidified its position in GM’s hierarchy above Chevrolet, Pontiac, and Oldsmobile. While Cadillac led the way as the flagship, LaSalle was not long for this world, and Buick was poised to take up the ...

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