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American Bantam Speedster - 1939-1940Details click here
Worthy of its name, the american bantam, built on a minuscule 75-iri. Wheelbase, ran up to 50 miles on a gallon of gas and could reach 60 mph when the accelerator pedal was floored (although keeping it to the floor was not advisable). But american motorists resolutely refused to think small, and the company is ultimately better remembered for designing and building the u.s. Armys first jeeps.
Amilcar Cos - 1925-1929Details click here
The cgs amilcar was nicknamed the poor mans bugatti in its native france and was among the most successful small sports cars of its day. The amilcar marque took its name from founders emil aker and joseph lamy and was intended to fit into the low-tax cyclecar bracket, which imposed a maximum weight of 770 lbs.
Aston Martin Bulldog - 1980Details click here
The bulldog had to be one of the most misleading names in the history of automobiles. As you stepped through its huge gullwing door and settled into its deeply contoured cloth-covered seat, you thought of a hang glider, perhaps, or a cheetah. You certainly didnt think of a pedigreed hound. But bulldog it was called, after the personal airplane of aston martins managing director alan curtis.
Aston Martin Db 24 - 1953Details click here
Until world war ii, one of britains premiere touring sports car was called the aston martin. The war didnt alter its quality, but postwar models sported an addition new initials. The david brown tractor and gear organization purchased the company and added db to the aston martin name.
Aston Martin Db 24 Mark Iii - 1957-1959Details click here
The aston martin db 24 mark iii was.derived directly from the aston martin db 24 and shared one of its more unfortunate traits: The undersized, occasional rear seats that were better suited for luggage than for passengers. For the driver up front, though, the mark iii was a dream
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