1931 Cord L-29 Cabriolet

When the Auburn Automobile Company was facing an ever growing well of red ink in 1924, they realized they needed to make a drastic maneuver ...

1941 Buick Roadmaster

Buicks like this 1941 Roadmaster were known for their performance as well as their quality and luxury appointments. To take advantage of the exceptional ...

1972 BMW 2002 2 Door Sedan

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 ...

1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III

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 ...

1970 Ruger Sports Tourer

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 ...

1973 Jaguar XKE

Jaguar fulfilled a long-awaited promise with the 1971 introduction of the Series III XKE. Under the bonnet was a brand new overhead cam 60-degree V-12 ...

1930 Buick Series 69

For many years Buick was the stalwart brand for General Motors. Its sales and profits kept GM afloat; its factories and executive offices trained ...

1956 Chrysler Imperial Southhampton Coupe

Chrysler heavily promoted its limited production Imperial line in its 1956 ‘Forward Look’ campaign as ‘expressly built for the comparatively few who can afford to ...

1923 Pierce Arrow 33 Vestibule Sedan

In the early 1920s, following the departure of long-serving chief engineer David Fergusson, Pierce-Arrow worked to simplify and modernize its model range while remaining faithful ...