1970 Fiat 850 Spider

The Fiat 850 Spider is a rear-engine platform with a body that was designed and built by Bertone. The Bertone design also featured smooth, essential lines and simple, yet elegant details, it was said that he “gives shape t...

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1972 Volkswagen 411

Introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1968, this 411 station wagon was Volkswagens largest passenger vehicle and would be the predecessor to the first generation Passat. Produced with an air-cooled rear engine, this model ...

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1973 Lamborghini Espada 400 GT

The Lamborghini Espada is a grand tourer built by the fabled Italian car manufacturer Lamborghini between 1968 and 1978. Based on the Marzal show car, it was first shown at the 1967 Geneva Auto Show. It was a true four-sea...

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1936 Lanchester Eleven

Lanchester, one of Britain’s and indeed the world’s earliest carmakers, began building motorcars in the late nineteenth century and sold its first car to the public in 1901. Based on the chassis of the BSA Ten, the new Lan...

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1956 Ford Custom

This car’s constructor began with a 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria hardtop coupe, and cleared the body of unnecessary ornamentation. Nosed and decked, it retains the Fairlane side trim, while the grille is replaced by horizon...

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1979 MG MGB MKIV

When you first catch a glimpse of the Vermilion Orange sparkling off of this 1979 MGB MKIV it oozes with early ‘80s appeal. The gold graphics give hints of the pop culture that vibrated throughout London at the time of inc...

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1929 Ford Model A Leatherback

Ford’s new Model A was doing well at the start of its second season. More than a million had been sold, and there was a surfeit of body styles, 18 in all. There were three models of the basic “two window” Fordor, as Ford c...

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1937 LaSalle Convertible Coupe

LaSalle is a car that was developed by Alfred Sloan and was manufactured and marketed by General Motors’ Cadillac Division. This stylish convertible coupe is equipped with a 322-cid L-head V-8 engine. The transmission is a...

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1949 Crosley Super Sport

Although this Crosley resembles the well-known Hot Shot, this Super Sport Roadster came with hinged doors and special script on the front fenders. These sporty cars would only be in production for a few years before manufa...

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1957 Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia

Volkswagen stated of the Karmann-Ghia that “She’s the very essence of Beauty, wedded to common sense.” The first model year for the Karmann-Ghia was in 1956 and went thru 1974. This car blended the mechanical components an...

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1938 Chevrolet Carryall

First introduced in 1935, the Chevrolet Suburban has become one of the longest-running models in automotive history. Initially known as the “Carryall Suburban”, it represented a major step forward in Chevrolet’s thinking a...

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1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS 350

Born due to General Motors heavy drive to compete with the first generation Ford Mustang was the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro. With GM realizing that their compact Corvair line could not compete with the Ford Mustang due to its r...

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