1972 Ferrari 246 GT Dino

In the late 1950s, Ferrari began developing a series of compact V6 engines for Formula 1, Formula 2, and sports racing cars. Enzo’s son Alfredo ...

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 ...

1952 Aston Martin DB2 Coupe

Aston Martin endured many turbulent years and dramatic highs and lows throughout much of its existence. From its founding by Anthony Bamford and Lionel Martin, ...

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 ...

1967 Jaguar HWM Special

As the dust settled in the aftermath of World War II, people across Great Britain and mainland Europe gradually returned to the business of daily ...

1970 Datsun 240Z Coupe

In the early 1960s, Japanese manufacturers got serious about taking on new markets, particularly in the increasingly critical North American arena. As British and German ...

1930 Rolls-Royce 20/25HP Shooting Brake

Rolls-Royce’s 20/25 succeeded the 20 HP in 1929 as the company’s small-displacement offering positioned below the flagship Phantom models. Engineers developed a host of improvements ...

1936 Bentley 4.25 Saloon

During the 1930’s after its acquisition by Rolls-Royce, Bentley became an important supplier of quiet, high speed road cars. The first Roll-Royce engineered Bentley, ...

1967 ISO Rivolta Coupe

The advent of lightweight, powerful, reliable V-8 engines in America in the early 60’s created an attractive option for European builders of high performance Grand ...