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Senechal Ts3 - 1926Details click here
A world war i pilot, robert senechal began making light sporting cars in 1921, often racing them himself and compiling 51 wins in 56 races during 1922-23. He went on to become a full-time driver, with a subsidiary of chenard et walcker contracted to build senechals. The last ones probably were made in 1929-
Serpollet Type Paris-madrid - 1903Details click here
A pioneer in the development of steam cars in europe, leon serpollet introduced an instant oil-fired flash boiler and also manufactured road cars capable of 50 mph. Backed by an american, frank gardner, he entered some of his cars in competition. In 1902 a serpollet set a world record of 75 mph for the flying kilometer.
Shelby - 1968Details click here
In the early 1960s carroll shelby, a celebrated race car manufacturer and driver, turned his talents to producing street racers. When ford asked him to make a hot version of their new and highly successful mustang, shelby jumped at the chance, and the shelby mustang gt350 roared into showrooms in 1965.
Simca Plein Ciel - 1958-1962Details click here
The french simca company evolved into a lonely, captive outpost of the american chrysler corporation following a dizzying series of takeovers and mergers. But before that happened, simca earned an affectionate niche in the annals of classic cars.
Simca1000 - 1961-1978Details click here
In 1962-simca, the second-largest french automaker, introduced the 1000, a small, squarish but cheap sedan that quickly became the top-selling french export. When it reached the united states in 1963, motor sport illustrated called it one of the most drivable cars to come down the pike in a long time. the .number produced by 1978 exceeded 1.6 million.
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