1954 Bentley R-Type Saloon

This 1954 Bentley R-Type Saloon is a right-hand drive model that was originally delivered in England and has been with the previous owner for 48 years. The car is powered a 4.6L inline-six paired with an automatic transmission, and its ownership history is known back to new. The car remained with the original owner was […]

1908 REO Model A Touring

1908 REO Model A Touring Engine: Horizontally opposed 2­-cylinder“Float­-Feed” Carburetor / 20 bhp2­-Speed Planetary Transmission w/Chain DriveMechanical Hand­ Brake System ● Rarely Seen 2­-Cylinder Model● Older Museum Restoration● Desirable Brass Era Car The Model: Ransom E. Olds was a lot like Henry Ford. At about the same time Ford was playing with his Quadracycle in […]

1947 Salsbury Model 85 Scooter

Salsbury Model 85 The Salsbury Model 85 is possibly the coolest, most inventive and trend-setting of American scooter. It offers a great streamlined style, but with its variable speed drive*, remarkable performance as well. The featured Salsbury is a Standard, but a DeLuxe was also produced in small numbers. It featured a more enclosed fairing, […]

1966 Austin Healey 3000 Mk III 3000

1966 AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK III ROADSTER Austin-Healeys evolved dramatically during the marque’s brief life. It’s hard to accept today that the debut of the first four-cylinder BN1 in 1952 to the production of the last grand touring BJ8 covered a span of only seventeen years. But that’s all it took. The final Big Healey, […]

2008 Tesla Roadster

2008 Tesla – Founders Series # 22 Roadster History: In 2005, Tesla was creating “test mules” by working with ACPropulsion to make drivetrains that they could put into the Lotus Elise chassis. A couple of these mules were used internally to validate the technology and then retired. In 2006, Tesla made about ten engineering/evaluation prototype […]

1967 Jaguar E-Type Roadster

1967 Jaguar XKE 4.2 Roadster Jaguar’s revolutionary E-Type first appeared to a stunned public at the 1961 Geneva Auto Salon. Jaguar boss Sir William Lyons and his chief aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer paired up to design the new sports car, meant to replace the ageing XK150. The new car employed a semi-monocoque tub that utilized ingenious bolt-on front subframes to support the engine and […]

1927 American LaFrance

1927 American LaFrance Triple Combination Pumper Model 93 The very beginnings of American LaFrance go all the way back to 1832 when hand operated and horse drawn fire fighting equipment was manufactured. This type of fire equipment building in the early 1800’s typically was performed at blacksmith shops. Prior to Truckson LaFrance and partners forming their company, LaFrance Manufacturing Company […]

1931 Studebaker President Roadster

1931 STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT FOUR SEASONS ROADSTER One of the oldest names in the automobile industry, the Studebaker Company was formed in 1852 as a wagon manufacturer. By the late twenties, Studebaker was a successful manufacturer of mid-market cars that offered luxury, comfort and stylish designs at an affordable price. In 1928, Studebaker made a bid […]

1986 Pulse

History of Pulse/ Litestar There were about 347 of these made between 1985 and 1990 in Owosso Michigan by the Owosso Motor Car Company. The first 21 were called Litestars and then the name changed to Pulse. A Pulse is a motorcycle. It rides on 2 main wheels and has 2 outrigger wheels (one on […]

1970 Dodge Charger RT/SE

History of 1970 Dodge Charger RT/SE 440 6-pack The 1970 Charger was changed yet again and gone was the split grille that was introduced the previous year. New front fenders and a new lower-priced version with bench seats and a more modest trim package were added to the mix. The 500 returned as an intermediate […]