conceptcarz.com
Alfa Romeo 6C 1500 GSTF Brianza Supercar Information

This car is a supercharged Grand Sport model and was the last 5th series car produced. It features Brianza coachwork. The engine is one of six 1500 testa fisa race engines produced by Alfa Romeo.In the 1934 Mille Miglia, this Scuderia Ferrari Alfa......

Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Supercar Information

This Alfa was originally registered in Austria as a 2-seater Drophead, converted to a shortened chassis with a Zagato body. It was restored with a Monza style body in the early 90s. It was vintage raced in England with FIA papers. All mechanicals and......

Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza Supercar Information

The 8C 2300 was designed by Vittorio Jano, also the creator of the 6C 1750. Jano joined Alfa Romeo in 1923 and had immediately begun a design program which would ultimately led to the P2 Grand Prix cars. He was also responsible for the use of twin-cam......

Aston Martin Le Mans Supercar Information

This 1933 Aston Martin Le Mans was built as an Aston Martin Works demonstrator racecar. A long and colorful racing life ensued starting with the 1933 J.C.C. High-Speed Trials at Brooklands, the 1933 R.A.C. Rally, the 1933 R.S.A.C. Scottish Rally and......

Bentley 3.5-Liter Supercar Information

Bentley Motors Limited was founded in January 1919 by W.O. (Walter Owen) Bentley in Cricklewood, North London. In October of that year, the company displayed a chassis, sans engine (a dummy engine was installed), at the London Motor Show. An engine for......

Bugatti Type 51 Supercar Information

This Bugatti Type 51 Grand Prix is the first of a batch of five Type 51s slated for build. On July 4th of 133 it was registered to Automobiles Ettore Bugatti of Molsheim and served as a Works factory race and test car for the next nine months. The racing......

Delage D8S Supercar Information

This 1933 Delage D8S Coupe Roadster by deVillars was the 1934 Paris Show Car. It was featured in numerous publications at the time, including the prestigious Vu magazine with images and a statement describing it as triumphant in any concours dElegance.......

Duesenberg Model J Supercar Information

This 1933 Duesenberg Model J Convertible is a previous Best of Show winner at the Ault Park Concours dElegance. It has been owned by the Perkins since 1968 and took twelve years to restore. He drives a Dusenberg is one of the oldest advertising......

Duesenberg Model SJ Supercar Information

This Duesenberg Model SJ was originally constructed in 1933 in a convertible bodystyle that was a popular choice at the time. It was both sporty and elegant. This vehicle has unique non-whitewall tires. The interior is finished in red while the exterior......

Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Supercar Information

One of the early racing highlights of the Società Milanese Automobili Isotta, Fraschini %26 C. was a victory in the 1908 Targa Florio. The early production vehicles focused on high-horsepower and were very successful in motorsports. In 1919, the firm moved......

Lancia Astura Supercar Information

The Lancia Astura was one of the most luxurious cars built in Italy during the 1930s. This Third Series Astura has coachwork by Carrozzeria Castagna of Milan. One of the oldest established Italian coachbuilders, the Casatagna Company began building......

Maserati 8CM Supercar Information

The normally aspirated 3-liter 8C Maserati was introduced in 1932, but by 1933 the Maserati brothers wanted more power for their racing cars. The 1933 3-liter 8CM Grand Prix cars had an improved 8-cylinder, supercharged engine, producing around 280 horsepower.......

Mercedes-Benz 380K Supercar Information

The originator of this Mercedes-Benz 380K Special was Prinz Max zu Schaumburg-Lippe, a direct descendant of Katherine the Great of Austria and an accomplished race driver. In 1934 he ordered a specially designed 380 chassis and a supercharged M221 engine......

MG K3 Magnette Supercar Information

From 1933 through 1934, MG produced a small number of six-cylinder supercharged competition cars that were based on the concurrent MG K-Series Magnette chassis. Only 33 examples were produced, and since they followed the K1 and K2 production Magnettes,......

MG K3 Parnell Supercar Information

There were 17 examples produced. 3 were built in 1933, 13 in 1934 and 1 in 1935. This MG Parnell K3 was purchased new by Lord Howe in 1934. It was used in 6 Grand Prix event including at Monaco where the car finished in 10th place.......

Napier Railton Special Supercar Information

John Rhodes Cobb was an individual who had the necessary means and finances to participate competitively in racing during the 1920s. His list of impressive cars included a 10-liter Fiat, a 27-liter Parry Thomas Special named the Babs Special, and even......

Pierce Arrow Silver Arrow Supercar Information

Pierce-Arrow enjoyed remarkable prestige and standing from the earliest days of American motor cars. The original Silver Arrow was built for the Chicago Worlds Fair in 1933. Its streamlined styling was the most advanced of the day. It is powered by a......

Squire Roadster Supercar Information

At the tender age of 21, Englishman Adrian Squire began building a car that bore his name. He had a background in the automotive industry, having worked for such legendary marques as MG and Bentley. He was aided by several of his friends who provided......

Talbot-Lago 105 Supercar Information

The British Talbot Company was founded in 1903 by the Earl of Shrewsbury-Charles Chetwynd-Talbot and Adolphe clement to sell French-built motorcars. The company branded its imported cars as Clement-Talbots and assembled their own models, which they called......

Wolseley Hornet Supercar Information

This Wolseley Hornet has had the same owner for over 38 years. During World War II it was buried in Singapore to avoid being captured by the occupying Japanese army. It was used extensively in Singapore road rallies.The Wolseley Hornet Specials had......