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American Roadster
The American Motor Car Company produced many of the most exciting cars in the early sports car revolution. Read More
The Twelve Salon Speedster
Auburn was a sports car for the 1930s, perhaps the only one, which fits that criteria. It was meant to be made in series (not one-off), it was designed different from the other series produced cars, and it was advertised for its speed and sporty look. Read More
The Ace Combat Speedster
The Ace Automobile Company started ambitiously right after World War I, the dream of an engineer who, unable to buy cars of the type he wanted, decided to make his own. Read More
Colby Side
The Colby Motor Company of Mason City, Iowa had the makings of a successful company. Supported by local banks and experienced managers, they produced their first car in 1911. Read More
356
With any historic object, provenance is the most important factor to consider. If the goal is to use a car purely for pleasure, without consideration of its previous history or its future place in the automotive pantheon then provenance is less important. However, we deal here with objects of practical, artistic, and historical significance as… Read More
Chadwick Full
Hailing from Pottstown Pennsylvania, the Chadwick Engineering Works was founded by a young engineer by the name of Lee Sherman Chadwick. Read More
Baby Bugatti Starting Grid
In 1927 Ettore Bugatti designed and built the first “Baby” Bugatti for his son Roland’s birthday. The Baby Bugatti is a half size replica of the Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix with a 12 volt electric motor. Read More
Amplex
Not much is known about the Amplex Motor Car Company of New York City except they built a line of impressive “valveless”, “self cranking” cars through 1910. Read More