Vehicles in Sales Archive

1971 Triumph TR6 Roadster

In 1968 Triumph introduced the latest edition in their long-running line of “TR” roadsters. The TR6 replaced the stopgap TR5/TR250, sharing much of the older ...

1956 Bentley S1 Saloon

The Bentley S-type and Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud represented important changes for Bentley and Rolls-Royce with an all new independent front suspension X-braced chassis, wider track, ...

1971 Mercedes-Benz 280SL

Mercedes-Benz’s success with the 300SL and its tamer and more luxurious relative the 190SL led it to introduce a new series based on the W113-series ...

1931 Marmon Sixteen

The Marmon Sixteen was in many respects the masterpiece of the classic era. Its 491 cubic inch engine was by far the largest of Detroit’s ...

1919 Jordan Model F Touring

It has been stated that Ned Jordan, founder of the Jordan Motor Car Company is perhaps best known for his advertising skills rather than his ...

1966 Jaguar XKE Roadster

The Jaguar E-Type is widely revered as one of the most beautiful, iconic sports cars ever created, and its popularity has hardly waned from the ...

1923 Buick Series 23 Depot Hack

Cherished by noted Buick enthusiasts and collectors since the 1950s, this charming six-cylinder Series 23 features a rarely-seen Depot Hack body by J.T. Cantrell of ...

1953 Triumph Mayflower

Introduced by Standard-Triumph in 1949, the adorable Mayflower was envisioned as an upscale small car in the 1 ¼-litre class. It featured a tiny 84-inch ...

1959 Austin Healey 100-6

The Austin Healey 100 of 1952 was the first of several iconic machines born of a fruitful relationship between engineer/entrepreneur Donald Healey and the Chairman ...

1922 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Tourer

Upon its debut in 1907, the Rolls-Royce 40/50 horsepower “Silver Ghost” was considered to be the most advanced motorcar money could buy. With Henry Royce’s ...