Vehicles in Sales Archive

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 ...

1959 Cadillac

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1960 Mercedes-Benz 220SE

With the pontoon body series Mercedes-Benz began its evolution into modern, up to date, design in the mid-50’s. The 220 gained Bosch mechanical fuel injection ...

1931 Hanomag

This little Hanomag 3/16 coupe is the antithesis of the Hanomag Company’s signature products: locomotives, industrial tractors and trucks. Despite being diminutive, however, it exhibits ...

1957 Mercedes-Benz 220S Cabriolet

The 220 was Mercedes-Benz’s bread and butter model, comprising the vast majority of cars built, particularly for export, in the mid- and late-Fifties. First introduced ...

1951 Nash Healey

Nash-Healeys are attractive two-seaters with the outstanding attributes of eligibility for early 50’s events, great reliability, Pinin Farina design and widely available parts and service ...

1956 Facel-Vega

Jean Daninos was a successful postwar entrepreneur in France, the country which originated both the word and the concept. His company, Forges et Ateliers de ...

1934 Packard Standard 8

Cars like this 1934 Packard once were the standard. Back in the Fifties and early Sixties they were just old cars, twenty or twenty-five years ...

1982 Morgan

Morgan is the last traditional British roadster, and the Plus 8 is the last of its kind. Introduced in 1968, the Plus 8’s two inch ...

1937 Packard 115C

Building to a price was tough for Packard. Its line mechanics, fabricators, machinists and assemblers were trained to build the best, most carefully fitted, trimmed, ...

1956 Lincoln MKII

The success of Edsel Ford’s Continental taught Ford much about the power of a halo to infuse everything within its influence with stature, image and ...