Borgward Hansa 1500 - 1949-1954Details click here
Carl borgward began turning out hansa automobiles in 1933-34 and introduced the first borgward passenger car in 1939. His hansa 1500 was one of the first german cars to enter production after world war ii.
Borgward Isabella - 1955-1961Details click here
Carl borgwards isabella was his best and most successful car, attractive in appearance and impressive in performance for its engine size. But, in spite of sales of more than 200,000, the isabella couldnt keep his company from falling into bankruptcy. A mexican company bought the components and assembled the car until 1966.
Brabham Bt46b fan Car - 1978Details click here
Exploiting a loophole in formula one racing regulations, brabham installed a giant fan at the rear of its bt46 racing car to create a ground-effect airflow. This bt46b fan car won its only race before being banned
Bugath - 1955-1956Details click here
The last bugatti ever made was a single-seat grand prix racing car that appeared only once in competition. Put together too quickly because of lack of funds, the 251 was underpowered for its task, held the road poorly and was pronounced a death trap by its driver.
Bugath 57g - 1935Details click here
In 1936, the french grand prix was run under a new sport formula intended to end the dominance of state-backed germans. By limiting engine capacity to 4.5 unsupercharged litres and by requiring that entries run on pump gasoline, the new formula was perfectly suited to the emerging generation of french grands routieres, which included such immortal sportstourers as the delahaye 135, talbot-lago and the bugatti 57s.