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Alfa Romeo 6C 1750 Supercar Information

This Alfa Romeo was built in 1931 and was in Switzerland from 1934 until 1959. Chassis repairs suggest the car was wrecked comprehensively, probably in Switzerland, and its safe to say that at some time the car was raced. While there is no record......

Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Supercar Information

This 1931 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300, with registration GN 6076, won the 1931 LeMans 24-Hour race entered by Lord Howe and driven by Lord Howe and Sir Henry Tim Birkin of Great Britain. The race covered 1,875 miles at an average speed of 78.132 miles per......

Aston Martin 1½-Litre Supercar Information

This Aston Martin International was the most successful model of the Bertelli First Series. They are also regarded as one of the best light sports car of the period. The Aston Martins were very competitive, but by the mid-1920s, money was tight.......

Bentley 4.5-Liter Supercar Information

This Bentley is all original in that the body, chassis, engine, and more, were fitted to this car when new. It is one of the few Bentley Tourers that can make this claim. The coachwork is a one-off design by Thrump and Maberly and it has a history......

Bentley 8-Liter Supercar Information

This 1931 Bentley 8-Liter Sportsman Coupe has coachwork by J. Gurney-Nutting. It has won the 1932 RAC Best Coachwork Award, and the 1999 Best in Show of the Louis Vuitton Classic at the Hurlingham Club. In addition, it has won a number of BDC Awards......

Bugatti Type 37 Supercar Information

This whereabouts of this Bugatti Type 37-Ford Special was unknown for many decades, until the previous owner offered it for sale in 1993. It was originally owned by Elwood Lufkin who purchased the car after a tour of the Bugatti factory in 1931. Since......

Bugatti Type 40A Supercar Information

Ettore Bugatti assembled his first self propelled tricycle in the waning days of the 19th century. His immediate passion for all things automotive led to his relocation to Alsace and the birth of his namesake company. In the period between world wars,......

Bugatti Type 41 Supercar Information

Ettore Bugatti planned to build twenty-five of these Type 41 Bugatti Royales. They were built for royalty, but even royalty wasnt prepared for such an exotic and elegant automobile during the Great Depression. Bugatti was able to sell on six. Today,......

Bugatti Type 46 Supercar Information

This Bugatti Type 46 was never sold and the chassis remained in Molsheim, as perhaps the order had been cancelled. It later received Superprofilee Coupe recreated body designed by Aston Keynes Vintage Restoration. The process was overseen by the Bugatti......

Bugatti Type 49 Supercar Information

The Bugatti Type 49 was an enclosed touring car similar to the earlier Type 44. Produced from 1930 through 1934, about 470 examples were manufactured. The Type 49 was the last of the early eight-cylinder Bugatti line, which began with the Type 30, though......

Bugatti Type 51 Supercar Information

This 1931 Bugatti Type 51 is powered by engine number 15 it originally was a Type 35B wearing chassis number 4961, and part of the four-car Bugatti works team in the 1930 Targa Florio. The car was later entered in the Grand Prix of Europe at Spa. Since......

Chrysler CD-8 Le Mans Supercar Information

The Chrysler CD-8 featured split windscreens, eight-cylinder engine, and a four-speed manual gearbox. Hydraulic brakes could be found on all four wheels. In 1931 a Chrysler CD-8 was entered into the 24 Hour at LeMans race by a renowned French pilot.......

Daimler Double Six Supercar Information

This Daimler Double Six carries chassis number 30661 and appears much different in modern times than it did when it was first constructed. This car has the only underslung rear end created on a Daimler Double Six. The original coachwork was by Thompson......

Delage D8 Supercar Information

A new eight-cylinder engine was used as a replacement for the 6-liter unit found in Delages top-of-the-line DR and GL models. The new powerplant was designed by Maurice Gaultier and intended to go head-to-head with the 8-cylidner unit found in the elegant......

Duesenberg Model J Supercar Information

On December 1, 1928, at the New York Auto Salon, the Duesenberg Model J was unveiled to the world. It was easily the highlight of the show. Duesenberg quickly ordered enough parts to build 500 Model Js with the first customer receiving their vehicle......

Duesenberg Model SJ Supercar Information

The elegant and luxurious Duesenberg Model J automobiles were known as Americas Mightiest Motor Car and were built by the Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg Company in Auburn, Indiana. Errett Lobban Cord put out a tremendous effort to create the finest automobile......

Duesenberg Model Y Indy Racer Supercar Information

This car was built for the 1931 Indianapolis 500 by chassis builderfabricator Herman Rigling. Mr. Riglings partner in design and construction was the famous mechanic, Cotton Henning. The Rigling-Henning Duesenberg used a special engine that was designed......

Riley 9 Brooklands Supercar Information

Rileys first racing successes came at the Brooklands circuit in 1924, and this was commemorated with the Riley 9 Brooklands model with a four-cylinder 1087cc engine, built between 1929 and 1932. This was a very successful works and privateer race car......

Rolls-Royce 20/25 Supercar Information

The Rolls-Royce 2025 was introduced in 1929 and it was such a success that the platform was used on the newly acquired Bentley marque, in its 3.5-Litre model, introduced in 1933. All pre-War Rolls-Royce automobile was produced as a rolling chassis then......

Rolls-Royce Phantom II Supercar Information

1931 marked a watershed year for Rolls-Royce. Sales of Springfield Phantoms fell so precipitously that production of Phantoms at the factory in Springfield, Massachusetts ceased. Consequently, the chassis for the Phantom II on display was manufactured......

Stutz Model DV-32 Supercar Information

This Stutz DV-32 Convertible Coupe is powered by an eight-cylinder, double overhead camshaft engine with four-valve per cylinder, and capable of producing 156 horsepower. It sits on a wheelbase that measures 145-inches and carried an original sale price......

Voisin C20 Supercar Information

Gabriel Voisin was born in 1880 and would become one of Frances most famous renaissance men of the times. He had formal training in architecture - and like his brother Charles - had a passion for adventure, invention and all things mechanical. By 1899,......

Voisin C23 Myra Supercar Information

The Voisin C23 was powered by a six-cylinder engine that displaced three-liters and produces 90 horsepower. This example was brought from the Netherlands to the United States for the 2006 Pebble Beach Concours dElegance where Voisin was the featured......