1918 Templar 4-45 Roadster

In the years leading up to the United States’ involvement in World War I, the number of American independent car manufacturers began to slow. The ...

1957 Jaguar Mark I 3.4 Saloon

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 ...

1979 Toyota FJ40 2DR

Toyota’s legendary Land Cruiser hardly needs an introduction. From its arrival in 1951 through today, the Land Cruiser has been the vehicle of choice for ...

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 ...

1954 Jaguar XK120 Roadster

For the Earls Court Motor Show in 1948, the coming-out party for the postwar British car industry, Jaguar featured a low, sleek sports car built ...

1937 Delahaye 135 Cabriolet

Founded in 1895 by Emile Delahaye, the car company that bore his name grew to become one of the most successful and innovative French luxury ...

1948 Delahaye 135M Drophead Coupe

To today’s enthusiasts, the name Delahaye conjures images of opulent, art-deco sports cars that grace the lawns of the world’s most prestigious concours d’elegance ...

1950 Jaguar MKV Saloon

The Jaguar stand at the 1948 London Motor Show was the source of quite a few milestones for the Sir William Lyon’s still-fledgling car company. ...

1931 Cadillac V12 Convertible Coupe

For most of Cadillac’s early history, The Standard of the World was more than simply a marketing slogan used to sell cars. From its earliest ...