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1970 Plymouth ’Cuda 440 Rapid Transit Show Car

Being offered publicly for the very first time since the early 1970s, this special 1970 ’Cuda — built for Plymouth by legendary customizer Chuck Miller — is a mechanical jewel of many facets. Its history within the Rapid Transit System Caravan, the touring factory group of custom cars that were […]

1906 Thomas Flyer 50HP 7-Passenger Tourer

One of the most recognizable automobiles of this era and arguably the most important of all the pioneering brands, the Thomas was the car that conquered the globe and put the American industry on the map. For the 1906 season, all Thomas cars were built on a 118-inch wheelbase and […]

1932 Chrysler Imperial Series CG Custom Eight Roadster

Seldom is an automobile more closely linked with its original owner than this 1931 Chrysler and Dr. William F. Whelan. A respected Philadelphia ears, nose, and throat doctor, he served for years both in private practice and as an associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School before his […]

1974 Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty 455

One of just 943 Super Duty Trans Ams produced in 1974, this example is one of only 212 ordered from the factory with a 4-speed manual transmission. Finished in Admiralty Blue with optional hood decal, it was equipped with power steering and brakes; additional options include an AM radio and […]

1961 Lincoln Continental Convertible

In production for over 55 years across nine different decades, Lincoln has offered an astounding 10 generations of the Continental, but few were as memorable as this 1961 model. The debut year from the most well-known Continental, it offered reserved overall styling but signature “suicide” rear doors and subtle accents […]

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 LS6

This 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS LS6 is factory documented and includes both factory build sheets. Powered by a 454-ci V8 engine, it has a 4.25-inch bore, 4.0-inch stroke, ported heads and lighter aluminum pistons. This LS6 is pushing 450 horsepower at 5,600 rpm and 500 lb-ft of torque at 3,600 […]

1954 Cunningham C-3 Vignale Coupe

The Cunningham car of the early 1950s was the product of revered sportsman Briggs Cunningham’s determination to win the 24-hour race at Le Mans with an American-built automobile. Cunningham had attempted the feat with production-based Cadillacs, but finding them not sufficient to the task, endeavored to build his own car, […]

1903 Knox Model C Runabout

Knox automobiles were built in Springfield, MA, from 1900 to 1914. The earliest production Knox three-wheelers were built in the Waltham Watch Company’s Springfield factory. For 1903, just one model was cataloged, the Model C, built on a wheelbase slightly extended over its predecessor of 72 inches. The clever, compact, […]

1934 Chrysler Airflow Coupe

The Chrysler Airflow was the first truly aerodynamic streamlined American car. “It bores through the air,” Chrysler advertised — and they could prove it, because the Airflow had been extensively tested in the wind tunnel. But it was more than its form that made the Airflow historically significant. Its steel, […]

1935 Duesenberg Model J Convertible Coupe by Rollston

The Rollston Company was inarguably New York’s finest coachbuilder — renowned for the proficiency of its designers in both open and convertible styles, with conservative or rakish lines. Few American shops of any era were so skilled at so diverse a catalog, all built with outstanding craftsmanship and rock-solid quality. […]