Vehicles in Sales Archive

2007 Morgan Aero 8 America Roadster

Morgan Motor Company stands proudly as one of Britain’s oldest and most staunchly traditional automobile manufacturers. Since producing their first three-wheeled cycle-car in 1910, Morgan ...

1913 Hudson 4-37 Torpedo Tourer

Hudson was only in its third year as a manufacturer when the Model 37 debuted in 1913. Despite its relative infancy, it had already established ...

1933 Auburn Model 8-105 Salon Phaeton

Established in 1900, the Auburn Automobile Company earned a solid reputation and a loyal customer base for its reliable, well-built motorcars. But as the automobile ...

1936 Bentley 4.5 Tourer

Despite all of the inimitable road and racing motorcars to come out of W.O. Bentley’s Cricklewood workshops, Bentley Motors often struggled with a severe shortage ...

1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider

Alfa Romeo made its name building big powerful sports cars, touring cars and luxury sedans for the Italian elite. In the early days of the ...

1933 Cadillac V-16 All Weather Phaeton

“The Standard of the World” was not only Cadillac’s advertising slogan, but it was a doctrine for its engineers and designers to live by. During ...

1950 Allard K1 Roadster

American sports car enthusiasts owe more to British engineer Sydney Allard than they may know. Operating out of his small London garage business, he became ...

1994 Jaguar XJ220 Coupe

In the early 1980s, motor racing’s international governing body, the FIA, unveiled a new formula for rallying and sports car racing to replace the old ...

1963 Apollo 3500 GT Coupe

In 1962, two young entrepreneurs from California decided they could build a world-class sports car to take on the best that England and Italy had ...

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 ...

1973 Lotus Elan +2 S130 Coupe

Following in the wheel tracks of the radical Elite, Lotus’ equally brilliant Elan proved to be Colin Chapman’s most successful venture to date. The ...