Vehicles in Sales Archive

1962 Studebaker Avanti R2

Studebaker had been nurturing a sporting image for a few years when the Avanti sport coupe burst upon the scene in 1963. Its radical design ...

1951 Nash Rambler Series 10 Wagon

The Nash Rambler, introduced in 1950, reflected George Mason’s prescient view that American car manufacturers had ignored a significant niche, smaller (‘compact cars’ he called ...

1953 Oldsmobile Fiesta Convertible

The Motorama, General Motors’ extravagant traveling display of the latest technology and GM’s part in it, was in full swing in 1953. Sports cars were ...

1985 Rolls-Royce Corniche Convertible

The Rolls-Royce Corniche replaced the Silver Shadow convertible in 1971. It continued use of the Shadow’s unit body construction and 6,750cc V-8 engine but was ...

1962 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II

The Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II marked the debut of the new R-R all-alloy V8 engine displacing 380 cubic inches and making an estimated 185 horsepower. ...

1971 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 V-8 ...

1961 Jaguar MK IX Sedan

Despite the laurels earned by Jaguar’s sports models, from the SS 100 through the legendary XK-series, it was the sedans which formed the backbone of ...

1952 Hudson Commodore 8 Sedan

Hudson introduced the most innovative, unusual automobile in America in 1948 with the ‘step-down’ Hudson. Built on a semi-unit body principal with the body welded ...

1988 Ferrari Testarossa

The Testarossa was a significant advance for Ferrari. Designed for series production, this flat-12 supercar continued Ferrari’s twelve cylinder tradition in a modern mid-engined ...