Vehicles in Sales Archive

1973 International Travelall

International Harvester introduced the Travelall in 1953 as one of the first competitors to the forerunner of the category, the Chevrolet Suburban. Like the Suburban, ...

1978 International Scout II Convertible

By 1971, competition within the off-roader market was heating up. Ford’s Bronco, the new Chevy Blazer, and Jeep’s CJ and Wagoneer were all vying for ...

1907 International

In parallel with Henry Ford’s efforts to create the essentially simple, strong Model T that could be repaired by any farmer a few manufacturers who ...

1958 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster

In the late 1950s, California-based hot rod shop Barris Kustoms was beginning to make waves in the custom car world. George Barris had been tweaking, ...

1936 Lagonda LG45 Tourer

Lagonda is oft considered to be among the most British of motorcar companies, yet this stalwart of English luxury and engineering excellence was in ...

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 ...

1913 Stevens Duryea C6

J. Frank Duryea founded Hampden Automobile & Launch Co. in Springfield, Massachusetts, after parting ways with his brother Charles at the Duryea Motor Wagon Co. ...

1951 Allard J2 Roadster

Sydney Allard developed his mighty J2 sports car specifically for breaking into the burgeoning American sports racing car market. Open road racing on public streets ...

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 ...