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1962 Mercedes-Benz 300Se

The mid-range Mercedes-Benz ‘fintail’ saloons of 1959 were joined by very elegant four-seater coupes and convertibles in 1961. At first there was just one engine, the fuel-injected 2195cc six with 120bhp, but in 1962 Mercedes-Benz topped off the saloon, coupe and cabriolet ranges with a 29 more...

Willys-Knight, a 1932 Rare Car Existing in the UK

Willys-Knight is an automobile that was produced between 1914 and 1933 by the Willys-Overland Company of Toledo, Ohio. John North Willys purchased the Edwards Motor Car Company of Long Island, New York, in 1913, moving the operation to Elyria, Ohio, where Willys owned the plant that h more...

Pontiac Chieftain Convertible

In 1949 the A-body Chieftain replaced the Pontiac Torpedo as Pontiac's smaller and lower priced model. However, the newly redesigned B-bodied Pontiac Streamliner was now very similar (if not exact) in dimensions, engines, trim levels and options. This was the first time since 1934 that all more...

1929 Duesenberg Model J

David Gray’s family managed to parlay a $10,500 investment in Ford stock into a $36 million windfall, including $10 million in dividends paid over 16 years and a stock buyback, in 1919, of $26 million. That afforded the family a certain lifestyle, and no one would have raised an eyebrow wh more...

Mercedes AMG W124 Hammer 1989

When BMW debuted the M1-powered M5 sedan as a concept in 1984, Mercedes-Benz tuner AMG countered the threat by building a hot-rodded version of the E-Class, infused with a tuned V-8 borrowed from the 560 SEC and rated at 355 horsepower. Dubbed “The Hammer,” AMG’s super sedan could also be more...

Volvo 1965 PV544

Lincoln Morehead, Sr., established Morehead Auto Sales in 1946, and took on a Volvo franchise in the late 1950s. Mr. Morehead added the Honda car line in 1974, and sold both marques out of his famous “windmill” building in Middlehope, New York, until giving up the Volvo franchise in 1998; more...

Ford Gran Turino

The Ford Torino is an automobile which was produced by Ford for the North American market between 1968 and 1976. It was a competitor in the intermediate market segment. The car was named after the city of Turin (Torino, in Italian), considered the Italian Detroit. The Torino was initially more...

Jaguar E-Type

The E-type is an icon of the Swinging Sixties, and it isn’t difficult to see why. Sensational looks, the ability to reach close to 150mph (241km/h), and all for half the price of an Aston or a Ferrari: Jaguar’s sports car was an instant sensation. Its curvaceous good looks – equally good more...

Ford Galaxie

One of the best known of the full-size American cars of the 1950s and 1960s, the Galaxie line began in 1959 but really started to make an impact with an award-winning restyle for 1961. It was available in a wide range of models, from the Club saloon to the Starliner convertible, and there more...

Vauxhall 30/98

Laurence Pomeroy was gifted engineer, but even his expertise was stretched by a request for a new competition car in March 1913. It was to be ready for the Shelsley Walsh hill climb, just 13 weeks away… Pomeroy’s response was based on the existing ‘Prince Henry’ Vauxhall. A new, lightwe more...

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