Vehicles in Sales Archive

1960 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Cabriolet

In the post-war period of recovery, Mercedes-Benz concentrated on re-establishing itself as a leader in the automotive industry. Their measured and focused approach earned them ...

1973 Jaguar XKE Coupe

For the 1971 Model year, Jaguar treated the E-Type to a comprehensive overhaul. Thanks largely in part to ever-tightening American safety and emissions laws, the ...

1938 Delahaye 135MS Coupe

Thanks to the great technical innovation and foresight of Émile Delahaye, and his successor Amédée Varlet, Societe Des Automobiles Delahaye earned its place as one ...

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 ...

1915 Brewster Town Car

James Brewster began building carriages in New Haven in 1810; his son Henry succeeded to the business, passing the company, now based in New York ...

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 ...

1909 Imperia Roadster

It is likely that only a handful of the staunchest of motoring enthusiasts would be able to name an automobile manufacturer besides Minerva or FN ...

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, ...

1947 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet By Pennock

The French, before and immediately after World War II, created a class of automobiles known as grandes routieres, luxurious high performance cars that took advantage ...

1936 Bentley 4 1/4 Litre Airflow Saloon

March of 1936 saw the introduction of Bentley’s latest model, aimed at providing buyers an unparalleled experience of virtually silent, high-speed motoring. The 3 ½ ...

1908 National Model N

The National Automobile & Electric Co. of Indianapolis, Indiana was founded in 1900 by two former Waverly employees, L.S. Dow, and Philip Goetz. Waverly specialized ...