1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS

Late in the 1950s and into the early 1960s, Ferrari developed a series of V6 engines for Formula 1, Formula 2, and sports racing cars. ...

1990 Ferrari Testarossa

Ferrari announced the much-anticipated successor to the 512 BBi at the 1984 Paris Auto Salon, and onlookers were not disappointed when the covers came off ...

1938 Lagonda V12 Rapide Drophead

By 1935 Lagonda boasted a stellar and well-deserved reputation for its marvelous sporting automobiles. Despite the accolades, the company nonetheless found itself facing receivership. In ...

2008 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione Coupe

At the 2003 Frankfurt Auto Show, Alfa Romeo unveiled a stunning and evocative new concept car that borrowed considerably from the company’s vast sporting heritage ...

1979 Toyota FJ 40

Like the Jeep and the Land Rover before it, the Toyota Land Cruiser is a vehicle whose reputation was hard earned in battle, mud, and ...

1936 Pierce Arrow Twelve Town Car

In 1930, Cadillac spawned a multi-cylinder race among manufacturers, with Packard and Lincoln quick to respond to Cadillac’s own Sixteen with their own V12 engines, ...

1987 Mercedes-Benz 560SL

The R107 SL arrived in 1972, replacing the popular and well-received R113 280SL. The R107 was a clean-sheet design, with particular attention paid to Mercedes-Benz’s ...

1947 MG TC Roadster

The MG TC was the third in the “Midget” series of four-cylinder sports cars that first debuted in 1936, replacing the PB. The TA ...

1967 Renault Caravelle S Convertible

In the late 1950s, Renault was locked in a battle with Volkswagen for superiority in the burgeoning import car market in America. Affordable foreign cars ...

1935 Auburn 851

Gordon Buehrig was hired by Duesenberg in 1929, remaining with the Cord Corporation for several years. He would eventually design the Cord 810, an automobile ...