Vehicles in Sales Archive

1980 Auburn Boat Tail Speedster

Following the collapse of E.L. Cord’s business empire in 1937, the remaining assets of the defunct Auburn Automobile Company were quickly and quietly sold off. ...

1931 Lincoln Model K Sedan

1931 was a pivotal year for the Lincoln Motor Company as it marked the introduction of the critically important Model K. The outgoing Model L ...

1964 Volvo P1800 S Coupe

In 1960s Sweden, Volvo was well-established as a manufacturer of rugged, dependable cars with solid sporting credentials. But their slightly stodgy and austere appearance meant ...

1933 Marmon Sixteen

The Marmon Sixteen is one of the pinnacles of classic car design. Conceived from Colonel Howard Marmon’s determination to restore the luster of the ...

1928 Bentley 4.5 Litre Sports Tourer

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 ...

1938 Bentley 4 1/4 Litre Saloon

Bentley rose to prominence with powerful early models that were equally capable of winning the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans or carrying the most ...

1961 Volvo P1800 Coupe

Volvo cars have always been known for being reliable, sturdy and well-built. In the 1950’s, the distinctly American-looking PV444/544 series was the car that cemented ...

1988 DeTomaso Pantera GT5-S Coupe

Argentine native Alejandro DeTomaso left his home country in the early 1950’s to pursue a career as a racing driver. He enjoyed moderate success behind ...

1936 Packard Twelve Coupe

Packard Historian Beverly Rae Kimes describes the Packard Twelves of the 1930s as “the ultimate in conveyances to emanate from East Grand Boulevard” (Packard’s historic ...