1971 Mercedes-Benz 3.5

Mercedes-Benz created a continuing success when it combined its competent, elegantly styled, luxurious 280SE 111-series chassis with its 3,499cc single overhead camshaft Bosch electronic fuel ...

1970 DeTomaso Mangusta

The Mangusta started as a Ghia project. Alessandro De Tomaso had Ghia adapt it to a mid-engined backbone chassis, installed a Ford small block ...

1969 Porsche 911T Targa

The 1969 model year was a pivotal one for the Porsche 911. Lead chassis engineer Helmuth Bott brought forth significant changes to improve the 911’s ...

1957 DeSoto Adventurer

DeSoto seized quickly upon the performance image that Chrysler developed with the famed 300s, creating the Adventurer in 1957. With dual quad Hemi power ...

1922 Dodge Brothers

Dodge built its first series of 1922 models from July 1921 continuing the Dodge brothers’ reputation for turning out solid, reliable, good performing automobiles ...

1911 Hudson Touring

A colorful automobile in and of itself, this 1912 Hudson also has a colorful story. Long considered to have been owned at one point ...

1956 Jaguar XKSS Roadster

The D-Type was unveiled in 1954 as a successor to the highly accomplished C-Type. Jaguar was eager to continue their success at Le Mans and ...

2003 Acura NSX Targa

Certain marques come to mind immediately when the term “thoroughbred automobile” is used.  Other automobiles fulfill that promise selectively.  The Acura NSX is one ...

1907 Victor Auto Buggy

This delightful 1907 Victor Auto Buggy is believed to be the only example existing in running condition and an endless source of fascination.  A surprising ...

1955 Imperial Newport

If the 1955 Chrysler C300 is the Banker’s Hot Rod, the 1955 Imperial Newport hardtop is the Chairman of the Board’s counterpart. Power comes ...

1959 Cadillac Eldorado

The late 50’s and early 60’s were a glorious time for Cadillac, the unchallenged leader in American luxury cars. Bigger, faster, more comfortable and supremely ...