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1978 Ferrari 308 GTB Introduced in 1975 as a V8-powered successor to the 246 Dino, the 308 smashed sales records for Ferrari, going on to be a rousing commercial success. With more than 12,000 examples .....

While E.L. Cord gets the credit for saving the ailing Auburn Automobile Company in the mid-1920s, he is also responsible for the company’s eventual demise a decade later. After enjoying a renaissance .....

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 .....

After serving the Union Army with honors in the Civil War, Col. Albert Augustus Pope established a business that would eventually grow into America’s first automobile manufacturing conglomerate. Pope’s .....

Automotive history has had its fair share of interesting characters, and Carroll Shelby will go down in history as one of the most colorful of them all. He had a successful, albeit short-lived career .....

It is safe to say that most hardcore automotive enthusiasts share a common fantasy of one day building their own car. From our formative years doodling in the margins of our homework to time spent with .....

Once the pride of Buffalo, New York, Pierce-Arrow was once one of the most revered automobile manufacturers in America. The “Three Ps” of Packard, Peerless, and Pierce-Arrow enjoyed fiercely loyal .....

Pierce-Arrow of Buffalo, New York was once counted among the most prestigious and revered automobile manufacturers in the world. The path to greatness winds back to 1865, with the founding of Heintz, .....

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 .....

While Howard “Dutch” Darrin is best known for his postwar work with Kaiser-Frazer, the foundation of his career formed in Paris. There, he encountered Tom Hibbard, founder of LeBaron and a former .....

Sydney Allard created his mighty J2 sports car with the specific goal of breaking the burgeoning American sports racing car market wide open. Road-racing on public streets exploded in popularity the USA .....

Established in 1900, the Auburn Automobile Company earned a solid reputation and a loyal customer base for its reliable, well-built motorcars. But as the automobile market expanded rapidly in the 1920s, .....

1928 Hispano-Suiza T49 Tourer Hispano-Suiza stands proudly among the greatest classic-era marques in history. On par with Bugatti, Delahaye, and Isotta-Fraschini, Hispano-Suiza produced some of Europe's .....

With the arrival of the Silver Cloud/S-Series in 1955, Roll-Royce and Bentley fully embraced the process of factory coachwork, which allowed for higher production volume and a healthier bottom-line. Of .....

The Mercedes-Benz W123 succeeded the W114 in 1975, taking over the role of mid-sized volume-sales leader. The fresh, modern styling by Friedrich Geiger and Bruno Sacco was a hit with buyers, who waited .....

1965 Citroen DS Chapron Concorde 2 Dr Citroen’s magnificent, space-age DS turned the motoring world on its head when it launched at the 1955 Paris Auto Salon. Onlookers at the show were stacked .....

As the world emerged from the Great Depression, automakers were cautiously optimistic about the recovering market. Luxury carmakers suffered the most during the economic collapse, and several great names, .....

Upon its debut in 1907, the Rolls-Royce 40/50 horsepower “Silver Ghost” was considered to be the most advanced motorcar money could buy. With Henry Royce’s impressively over-built 7,428cc side-valve .....

Automobiles Talbot was once part of a conglomerate of both French and English companies that included Sunbeam, Talbot and Darracq. Builders of mid and upper market luxury cars to compete with the likes .....

1927 Pierce Arrow Model 36 Tourer Pierce-Arrow’s origins stretch back to the mid-1800s to a company known as Heintz, Pierce, and Munchauer. Based in Buffalo, New York, they produced household goods .....

1930 Pierce Arrow Model B Sedan Once the pride of Buffalo, New York, Pierce-Arrow created some of America's most prestigious and desirable automobiles of the pre-WWII era. After George N. Pierce .....

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. .....

1931 Cord L-29 Cabriolet Shortly after Errett Lobban Cord was brought on to rescue the ailing Auburn Automobile Company from the brink of collapse, he leveraged his success by wresting control of .....

By 1935 Lagonda boasted a stellar and well-deserved reputation for its marvelous sporting automobiles. Despite the accolades, the company nonetheless found itself facing receivership. In spite of the .....

The company we know today as Jaguar Cars evolved gradually, starting from a partnership between William Lyons and William Walmsley, initially formed in 1922. Walmsley had a motorcycle sidecar business .....

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 .....

BMW’s post-war recovery was somewhat rocky, and by the mid-1950s, their product line was a disjointed mix of luxurious but dated sedans, the luscious but money-losing 507 sports car, and the tiny single-cylinder .....

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 .....

1989 Mercedes-Benz 560SL Roadster A gorgeous one-owner SL finished in the rare combination of black over black leather, and presented in superb condition with just 26,000 miles from new. A desirable .....

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 .....

1959 Bentley S1 Continental Saloon In the spring of 1955, Rolls-Royce and Bentley announced the arrival of a new range of two virtually identical models respectively known as the Silver Cloud and .....

We have described the Citroen SM ourselves as “truly a car like none other, before or since”. Many share our fondness for these extraordinary automobiles. The name Citroen SM – ‘Sports Maserati .....

From George Pierce's first single-cylinder Motorette in 1901 to the final twelve-cylinder chassis built for engineer Karl Wise in 1938, Pierce-Arrow stood proudly for quality, craftsmanship, and luxury. .....

At the 1948 London Motor Show, Jaguar unveiled their first postwar sports car to astonished onlookers. The spectacular new XK120 redefined the whole notion of sports cars in the post-war era, combining .....

1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III LWB Saloon As World War II came to an end in 1945, Rolls-Royce seriously considered the worth of resuming motorcar production. The Aero division sustained the company .....

In 1934, MG introduced the N-Type, a new six-cylinder model that would ultimately prove to be the final evolution of the storied Midget, Magna, and Magnette series. Between 1929 and 1936, the “Triple-M” .....

As the Shelby Cobra became a dominant force in SCCA and FIA sports car racing in the 1960s, a handful of competitors attempted to dethrone Carroll Shelby’s mighty Ford-powered roadsters and Daytona .....

In the 1950s, Mercedes-Benz was quickly establishing itself as a dominant force in the automotive market. Mercedes Grand Prix cars and sports-racing machines were sweeping the racetracks of the world .....

Since building a massive fortune in the gunpowder business during the 19th century, the du Pont family rose to prominence as one of America's most powerful industrial families. In the early 20th century, .....

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 .....

Nineteen thirty-two was an odd year for Packard production. The board’s decision to produce a mid-market luxury car to compete with LaSalle and high-line Buick models was put into action, and the 90

1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Landaulette A grand and imposing 1980s classic, professionally converted from a factory Long Wheelbase Silver Spur. Equipped with a multi-position Everflex top and numerous .....

1912 Kissel Semi Racer A rare and desirable “Semi-Racer” from Wisconsin’s own Kissel Kar. Equipped with top and windscreen, and powered by a robust 30 horsepower T-head four-cylinder. Recently .....

1974 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 Coupe The final iteration of Alfa Romeo’s legendary GTV coupe, featuring a Spica-injected 2-liter twin-cam engine and 5-speed gearbox. Tastefully updated with GTA wheels .....

A unique and charming Rolls-Royce 20 HP bodied by Seegers et Sohn of Leipzig, Germany. One of a scant few 20 HP models to receive coachwork outside of England and one of very few known products of this .....

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 .....

It could easily be argued that the Volkswagen Beetle (officially designated the Type 1) is the most popular and most recognizable car ever produced. Like the Ford Model T before it, the Volkswagen put .....

In the late 1920s the president of Studebaker, Albert Erskine, dreamed of adding a new 8-cylinder flagship model to the range that would not only elevate the marque’s standing in the market, but be .....

In the middle of the 1960s, Jaguar engineers were busy trying to keep pace with continually evolving safety and emissions regulations. Increasingly strict standards, particularly in the critical American .....

1934 marked a pivotal year for American luxury car manufacturers. By this time, it was clear that the economy would not be improving any time soon, and many luxury car makers were suffering as a result. .....

Jaguar stunned audiences at the 1961 Geneva Auto Salon with the introduction of their long-awaited replacement for the XK150 sports car. Like the XK120 of 1948, Jaguar boss Sir William Lyons again employed .....

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 .....

A lovely Springfield-built Phantom I with well-known and documented history from new. Originally a dealer demonstrator in Philadelphia, and featuring handsome Avon Sedan coachwork, arguably the best looking .....

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 .....

1948 Bentley Mark VI James Young Coupe With the world still reeling in the aftermath of World War II, Rolls-Royce and Bentley dusted off and set to work returning to the business of making motorcars. .....

1908 Buick Model F Touring Open Tourer Before creating his eponymous automobile company, David Dunbar Buick achieved considerable success in the plumbing industry. He was the first to successfully .....

As the American auto industry returned to civilian production in 1946, overwhelming demand, retooling efforts, and material shortages forced hasty redesigns of pre-war models so that dealers would have .....

1984 Pininfarina Spider Azzurra Between 1966 and 1974, the venerable and enormously successful 124 served as the mainstay of the Fiat line. Thanks to the sophisticated monocoque chassis employed .....

1930 Bentley Speed Six Sportsman Despite scoring back-to-back wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 1927 and 1928, W.O. Bentley and his star driver Sir “Tim” Birkin realized those victories .....

1937 Rolls-Royce 25/30 Sedanca De Ville By Gurney Nutting Introduced in 1936, the Rolls-Royce 25/30 HP was a direct replacement for the 20/25. While smaller and more sporting than the flagship Phantom, .....

1962 Jaguar XKE Roadster When the revolutionary XK series reached the end of its development, Jaguar engineers, led by company founder Sir William Lyons, relied again on the proven template of combining .....

1935 Nash Ambassador Gläser Cabriolet Of all the American independents, Nash of Kenosha, Wisconsin, has a particularly fascinating story. Company founder Charles Nash is a genuine “rags-to-riches” .....

A charming and rarely-seen early Opel from the firm’s early days as part of the General Motors Empire. Designed by GM in Detroit and built by Opel in Germany. Powered by a throaty, 1.8-liter inline-six .....

Destined to become one of Italy’s most prestigious luxury car manufacturers, Isotta-Fraschini formed in the late 1800s when lawyer Cesare Isotta partnered with brothers Vincenzo, Antonio, and Oreste .....

Once Donald Healey phased out production of his unique Riley-powered cars, he went in search of a new partner to build sports cars. Toward the end of a brief yet relatively unsuccessful venture with Nash, .....

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 .....

Announced in 1929, the magnificent Phantom II served the role of Rolls-Royce’s flagship model for six years and set the standard for other manufacturers of luxury motorcars the world over. Central to .....

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’ .....

Through his connections with Chrysler, Fiat, Volkswagen, and others, Luigi “Gigi” Segre built Carrozzeria Ghia into a powerhouse of the Italian coachbuilding industry. His partnership with Virgil .....

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 .....

1937 Horch 853 Coupe Once part of the mighty Auto Union combine, Horch is one of the German motoring industry's proudest pre-war marques. Founded in 1900 by August Horch, the firm steadily grew its .....

The early 1950s was a fascinating period in the American automobile landscape. Service members returning from duty overseas had experienced the excitement of small, light European and British sports cars .....

The arrival of the 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” in 1968 signaled a seismic shift in Ferrari’s design language. Ferrari was content with the 275 GTB/4, 330 GTC, and 365GT 2+2. However, the young and dynamic .....

Following up on the success of the inaugural 3-Litre model, W.O. Bentley supplemented the line with the big six-cylinder 6 ½ Litre, which he offered to accommodate growing customer demand for larger, .....

1949 Cadillac Series 62 Sedanette For the 1948 model year, GM designers Harley Earl and Frank Hershey struck gold with their new Cadillac line. Fresh, beautiful styling combined with a well-built chassis .....

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 .....

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 .....

1938 Peugeot Darl’Mat As one of France’s oldest and most storied marques, Peugeot is a cornerstone of the modern automobile industry. With its manufacturing history predating the motorcar, they .....

With the world still rebuilding in the aftermath of World War II, Rolls-Royce and Bentley faced the decision of whether or not to return to the business of producing motorcars. Automobile production stopped .....

2014 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta By the 1990s, Ferrari’s series of mid-engine flat twelve-powered machines was showing its age. The roots began in 1973 with the 365 GT/4 BB and included the 512BB, Testarossa, .....

1963 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Nearly since the original Corvette debuted in 1953, engineers within GM pushed for a more sophisticated version that was more in line with European sports cars. .....

1927 Locomobile Model 90 Sportif Once the pride of Bridgeport, Connecticut, Locomobile rose to prominence as one of America’s most prestigious and exclusive automobile manufacturers. After a false .....

The Rolls-Royce Phantom II had proven to be one of the most successful flagship models for the marque; one that would cement Rolls-Royce’s reputation as the leader in the world luxury motorcar market. .....

Powel Crosley Jr’s impact on the American automobile business is far more significant than his diminutive cars might suggest. Crosley cars were decades ahead of their time, and Powel led his eponymous .....

In the mid-1950s, Jaguar was riding high on the wave created by their revolutionary, highly advanced "XK" twin-cam inline-six. The engine is best known for its tenure in the sumptuous XK120, 140, and .....

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 .....

As Chrysler rolled into the 1950s, they were buoyed by a booming economy and strong sales, due in part to the arrival of Virgil Exner, who joined the advanced styling department, signaling Chrysler's .....

After parting ways with his brother Charles at the Duryea Motor Wagon Co., J. Frank Duryea set off on his own to form Hampden Automobile & Launch Co. in Springfield, Massachusetts. Soon after setting .....

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 .....

1959 Jaguar XK150 Drop Head Coupe Upon its introduction in the spring of 1957, Jaguar’s latest iteration of the XK-series got off to a slightly bumpy start. First, the factory fire that famously .....

A delightful example of this iconic pre-war V8 Ford. Gorgeous styling by the brilliant Bob Gregorie, and desirably equipped with the 85-horsepower flathead V8 and flagship Deluxe trim. Subject to a lovingly .....

Many of today’s enthusiasts lament the current trend of sports car manufacturers sacrificing tradition to meet the insatiable demand for high-end sport-utility vehicles. Porsche proved to the world .....

As Jaguar's ground-breaking XK series of sports cars reached the end of their natural development, Jaguar engineers, led by founder and director Sir William Lyons, turned their attention to building a .....

1961 Daimler SP250 Roadster A rare and rapid English sports car powered by a 140 horsepower, 2.5-litre hemi-head V8, and with lightweight fiberglass bodywork. A largely original car benefitting from .....

1963 Volkswagen Type 34 Karmann Ghia Coupe A rare and highly desirable Karmann-Ghia variant based on VW’s larger Type 3 platform, shared with the Squareback and Fastback models. Considered by many .....

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 .....

1965 Jaguar XKE Coupe Jaguar’s XK series of sports cars proved to be a resounding success for the Coventry-based marque. In production from the late 1940s through 1960, the XK established Jaguar .....

1953 Chrysler New Yorker Convertible To mark its 25th anniversary as an automaker, Chrysler introduced its first all-new post-war design for the 1949 model year. The overall look was considerably .....

1941 Cadillac Model 6227D Club Coupe A stylish and desirable Series 62 with fresh and modern styling by Harley Earl. Presented with a matured older restoration, displaying a light patina from age .....

A rare and highly desirable classic era Cadillac featuring gorgeous 2/4-passenger roadster coachwork by Fisher. An authentic, documented example with factory build records. Presented with a finely maintained, .....

Lancia was at the height of creativity in the 1930s. In the first part of the decade, while still under the leadership of the brilliant Vincenzo Lancia, the firm had created some of the most advanced .....

Daimler Company Ltd is one of the cornerstones of the British motor industry. Founded in the late 1800s as a licensed distributor of Gottlieb Daimler’s internal combustion engines, the firm began producing .....

Jaguar engineers were wise to take an evolutionary approach to the replacement for the XK120, due for the 1953 model year. After all, the XK120's formula for success proved itself well, so it was best .....

1925 Cadillac Type V63 Phaeton Convertible By the middle of the 1920s, Cadillac firmly established its reputation as a leader in luxury, innovation, and quality. Cadillac’s founder Henry Leland was .....

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 .....

This elegant DS420 is a fine example of Daimler’s exclusive factory-built limousine. Riding on a stretched version of the Jaguar 420G platform, the DS420 shared the big Jaguar’s independent suspension, .....

1922 Bentley 3 Litre At the foundation of W.O. Bentley’s enduring legacy sits Bentley Motors first production model – the rugged, high-performance 3-Litre. The very first prototype sprang to life .....

1958 Facel Vega HK500 Coupe One of the earliest known surviving examples of the glamorous HK500. Sold new by the factory and delivered directly to American actor Tony Franciosa. Famously photographed .....

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 .....

American LaFrance is one of the oldest and most respected names in American fire apparatus manufacturing. Thruxton Slocum LaFrance founded his eponymous LaFrance Manufacturing Company in Elmira, New York, .....

In the mid-1950s, Jaguar was riding high on the wave created by the highly advanced twin-cam inline six. The firm could bask in the glory of the hugely successful XK sports cars and their offspring, the .....

Mercedes-Benz has always maintained a tradition of building a vast array of vehicles ranging from basic transportation to magnificent, technologically advanced luxury cars. For example, in the 1930’s, .....

1940 CADILLAC SERIES 62 CONVERTIBLE COUPE The 1940 Cadillac Series 62 marked an interesting transition for Cadillac. On one hand, it was the first year for this new model, the entry level of the Cadillac .....

In the 1980s, Ferrari came to rely on the mid-engine V8-powered 308 GTB and GTS as its bread and butter. This, the spiritual successors to the brilliant 246 Dino, soon became the best-selling model in .....

In the early 1930s, Edsel Ford saw a need to fill an ever-widening gap between the top Ford Deluxe models and the ultra-exclusive, coachbuilt twelve-cylinder Lincoln K series. The era of custom coachbuilding .....

Brooks Stevens is one of America’s great industrial design masters. Practicing design much in the same way his contemporaries like Raymond Loewy and John Vassos, Stevens designed products, machines .....

1967 RENAULT CARAVELLE S In the late 1950s, Renault was locked in a battle with Volkswagen for superiority in the burgeoning import car market in America. Affordable foreign cars were just starting to .....

1954 KAISER DARRIN In the bustling years after World War II, American manufacturers quickly saw the value in adding a sports car to the regular lineup. Sports cars were gaining in popularity rapidly, .....

Donald Healey was a successful garage owner, an accomplished rally driver, decorated WWI RAF pilot and all-around gifted self-promoter. Beginning in 1945, he added automobile manufacturer to his already .....

Standard-Triumph firmly established itself in the highly competitive sports car market with its fun, energetic, and stylish TR (Triumph Roadster) series of sports cars. Americans had developed an insatiable .....

Jean Daninos is one of France’s greatest industrialists of the post-World War II era. Famous for his business savvy as much as his playboy lifestyle, he rewarded his success with the creation of one .....

1978 FERRARI 308 GTB COUPE Ferrari’s first attempt at replacing the sublime, V6 powered Dino 246 came with the Bertone-bodied 308 GT4 2+2; a fine car which failed to enthuse buyers in the same way .....

1948 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY CONVERTIBLE The idea of turning the structural aspect of wood as a styling feature may not have originated with Chrysler, but it can be argued that they certainly perfected .....

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, .....

1920 STUTZ SERIES H ROADSTER As the son of a farmer, Harry C. Stutz grew up tinkering with mechanical objects. Prior to the turn of the twentieth century, young Harry was repairing and improving implements .....

For the 1934 model year, Cadillac began a dramatic shift toward streamlined design. The first hints of streamlining appeared in 1933, as the headlights became more bullet-shaped, the grille gained a deeper .....

The Fiat 600 was first introduced in 1955 as an Italian answer to the hugely successful VW Beetle and as a follow up to Fiat’s own beloved Topolino. The 600 was designed by the brilliant engineer Dante .....

Henry M. Leland was one of America’s great automotive pioneers. As an engineer and partner in Leland & Faulconer, he was an early proponent of standardized parts, and was instrumental in the development .....

1933 was a bleak year for automobile manufacturers around the world. The global depression had affected virtually every economy and there were a great number of manufacturers who could not weather the .....

Frederick and August Duesenberg are undoubtedly best known for their iconic Model J of the 1930s. However, their groundbreaking road cars may never have been built if it weren’t for the notoriety they .....

2017 MERCEDES-BENZ SL550 ROADSTER Since the 1950s, the Mercedes-Benz SL has been a showcase for sophisticated style and engineering excellence. The original 300SL Gullwing was a highly exotic, thinly .....

1963 MASERATI 3500 VIGNALE SPIDER Upon its introduction at the 1957 Geneva Auto Show, Maserati’s new 3500 GT marked a significant turning point for the storied Italian sports car maker. Up to that .....

Upon the introduction of the stunning new Series 452 V16 at the New York Auto Show on January 4th 1930, Cadillac assumed the command of the hotly contested American luxury car marketplace. With this, .....

1931 ESSEX SUPER SIX BOATTAIL SPEEDABOUT In 1916, Hudson was enjoying steady success in the automobile market. The Detroit-based company may not have been the biggest manufacturer, but they offered a .....

Dodge’s relationship with the US Military began around 1916 when Dodge Brothers supplied touring cars to the government for use in an operation against Poncho Villa and his revolutionary soldiers from .....

1934 BENTLEY 3 1/2 LITER COUPE Following in the wake of Rolls-Royce’s contentious takeover of Bentley Motors in 1931, the first new Bentley model to come out of Rolls-Royce’s Derby Works was the .....

1974 JAGUAR E-TYPE ROADSTER In the early 1970’s, Jaguar gave its perennial E-Type a major makeover. While it might be hard to imagine the lusciously styled Jag ever needing a refresh, there was a lot .....

The normally stoic and pragmatic Germans must have had a great need for a bit of levity after all they had been through during World War II. The German infrastructure, economy and spirit had been crushed .....

1956 AUSTIN HEALEY 100M ROADSTER Donald Healey is one of the great characters of the British motor industry. A former RAF pilot in WWI, he went on to own a successful garage business, making a name for .....