Vehicles in Sales Archive

1973 Citroen SM Coupe

When it comes to clever engineering, it is often the Germans we consider first. Yet history has shown us that the French engineers at

1969 Citroen DS21 Pallas Saloon

From the moment the first motorcar rolled out of its Quai de Javel factory in 1919, Citroen has embodied a sense of creativity, style, and ...

1930 Pierce Arrow Model A Convertible Coupe

Buffalo’s Pierce Arrow Automobile Company was founded in its original form way back in 1865 as Heinz, Pierce and Munschauer, who manufactured various household items, ...

1928 Amilcar CGSS Roadster

Amilcar was born amid the of the Cyclecar and Vouiturette movements in early 20th century France. Prior to the outbreak of World War I, ...

1964 Lancia Flaminia Coupe

Vincenzo Lancia was a talented racer turned brilliant engineer who formed the company that bore his name in 1906. Vincenzo pushed the boundaries of automobile ...

1917 Owen Magnetic Touring

As the roads of the world become increasingly populated with gasoline-electric hybrids, plug-ins, and fully electric vehicles, it poses an opportunity to pause and look ...

1954 Nash Healey Roadster

In 1951, America’s first post-war sports car came from the most unlikely source – Nash. Better known for sensible, well-built mid-priced cars, Nash was eager ...

1954 Nash-Healey Roadster

In 1951, Nash introduced America’s first post-war sports car. This stylish little car was the result of an unlikely and chance meeting of two men ...

1960 Jaguar MKII 3.8 Saloon

From the mid-1950s onward, Jaguar enjoyed considerable success thanks in large part to its highly advanced “XK” family of twin-cam inline six-cylinder engines. This engine ...