1929 Bugatti Type 44

In the spring of 1966, the Bugatti Owners Club’s Bugantics published the following advertisement: “Type 44 for sale in Poland. Photo shows car number 44380 in tired original condition. It is for sale but only in exchange for a modern car, as this is the only way to get a car out […]

1964 Ferrari 250 LM

They had won! The Ferrari 250 LM was the first over the line at the 1965 24 Hours of Le Mans, defying the predictions of another win for Ford. This model came to symbolize the victory of David over Goliath, the resistance that Ferrari put up against Ford’s mighty armada […]

1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 Targa

The introduction of the 964-coded 911 in 1989 represented a product refresh by Porsche designers on almost every level. Coincidentally, the 964 represented the last generation that Porsche offered with a Targa roof until it was revived with the Type 991 in 2011. The example offered here was built to […]

2008 Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione

s name alone, “8C Competizione,” brings to mind the greatest episodes in Alfa Romeo’s racing history and the 8C’s victories in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Mille Miglia, among innumerable other successes. Sold via the Alfa Tenailles Automobiles GTA garage in Nevers, FRA, this car in the color […]

1990 Nissan R90CK

Born in 1982, Group C relaunched the World Endurance Championship and, for almost 10 years, this category attracted many competitors, both from major manufacturers and from more-modest craftsmen wanting to try their luck. Nissan was interested in this championship from an early stage, starting with the 1986 R85 V, fitted […]

The Triumphant Toyobaru

The affordable sports car has always been the foundation of the car-enthusiast hobby, and for decades such cars were plentiful. The Mazda Miata became the king of this segment in the 1990s, evoking everything drivers ever loved about their British and Italian sports cars while providing modern Japanese reliability. That’s […]

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 […]

1937 Citroën 11 BL Traction Avant Sedan

Nearly every list of the most important automotive designs must surely include André Citroën’s beloved Model 11 Traction Avant, which loosely translates to “front-wheel drive.” Citroën is said to be the individual who put France on wheels, and his compact and bullet-proof 2CVs were both affordable and functional, especially when […]

1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta

The highly successful racing berlinetta that Ferrari introduced in late 1959, on its new 2,400-millimeter short-wheelbase chassis, was a triumph in terms of both aesthetics and performance, as brilliantly epitomized by this desirable example of the 250 GT SWB. Chassis number 2347GT is the 62nd built out of a total […]