1908 Locomobile 40 Type 1

Locomobile proudly claimed to be the best automobile built in America in the years before the First World War. It’s racing victories, including the famous ...

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 ...

1946 Ford Sportsman Convertible

Ford conceived the wood-bodied Sportsman convertible coupe in 1945 primarily as a high profile ‘halo’ car to attract attention and draw traffic to Ford showrooms ...

1989 Lamborghini Countach

One would be hard pressed to find a car more iconic than the Lamborghini Countach. Few cars are so ingrained in minds of impressionable youth ...

1923 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Tourer

The legendary Rolls-Royce model first introduced in 1906 was not initially referred to as a Silver Ghost rather, the 40/50, referring to its 40 taxable ...

1956 Jaguar XK140 MC Roadster

Conceived as a concept car to promote Jaguar’s new dual overhead camshaft six-cylinder engine, the XK 120 Roadster that was introduced at the 1948 Earls ...

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 ...

1988 DeTomaso Pantera GT5-S Coupe

Argentine native Alejandro DeTomaso left his home country in the early 1950’s to pursue a career as a racing driver. He enjoyed moderate success behind ...

1975 Isuzu 117 Coupe

Isuzu Motors had a relatively short existence in the US Market, but the company is one of Japan’s oldest automakers, with loyal fans worldwide, and ...