Austin-healey 3000 Mk Ii - 1962-1963Details click here
Leave it to a fighter pilot to design a stunt plane for the road. In 1952, triumph and mg had already demonstrated their abilities to employ exotic designs to capture buyers in the american market. Enter donald healey, successful racing driver, former wwi raf pilot and employee of the sopwith aviation company, who approached the austin company with the notion of selling cars to the yanks.
Austro-daimler Adr6 Bergm Eister - 1931Details click here
Austro-daimlers adr series was designed by karl rabe, who succeeded ferdinand porsche as the firms research director. With the big six-cylinder bergmeister engine, the adr6 could reach a top speed of 94 mph despite its heavy weight. Factory tuning made the model even faster.
Autobianchi Bianchina - 1970Details click here
Edoardo bianchi was among the most distinguished pioneers of motor manufacturing in italy. He began manufacturing bicycles in 1885 and built his first automobile in 1899- but his company began to decline in the face of stiff opposition from fiat in the twenties, and car production ceased in 1939. Though the company continued building trucks and bicycles
Bentley 3 Litre Speed Model - 1921Details click here
In the annals of highly efficient and fast sports cars, the roaring twenties offered a classic. The bentley speed model was built for motorists who liked to tear it up on the often muddy and unpaved open roads of the day. It could also be handled effortlessly in city traffic and driven for long periods without breakdown rarities in those golden days of automotive ingenuity.
Bentley 414 Litre - 1936-1939Details click here
Built only five years after designer w.o. Bentley sold his company to rolls royce in 1931, the bentley 4 14 litre reflected elements of w.o.s influence, but was a rolls royce at heart.